Which firmware are you running on the Rockets? Do you have administrative control of the Rockets? Or is that another department? There is a setting for multicast on the Advanced tab. If someone changed the setting, it could have blocked the OSPF multicast traffic. Older AirOS firmwares had issues passing OSPF. Sometimes it worked, sometimes not. StarOS had the same issues. As I understand it MikroTik has had similar issues.
The work around is to run NBMA or Point-to-Point OSPF network type on wireless links. My network uses OSPF point-to-point across all wireless backhauls. Works well. With older versions of AirOS, we still had occasions of one end getting out of sync, but it would reconnect.
AirOS 5.5.2 and up is much better. I'm seeing neighbor associations last until something actually happens to the link. I have no idea if OSPF multicast traffic behaves better with the newer firmware. I'm perfectly happy running non-multicast OSPF across my wireless links. Point-to-point requires less link specific configuration than NBMA which means the OSPF configs are simpler. So I use that where I only have two devices on the segment.