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  • Birthday January 16

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  1. First Jedha MEPD Police Officer! That's history! Well done and great work!
  2. Congrats and well done! Another fine addition to the UAE Outpost. If you want a Police Officer coin, check out the pinned post for more details
  3. Well done Kainan! It took a long time but you never gave up. That's the spirits! Now you can take pride been a SWAT Officer, one of the highest costume accuracy award in the 501st. Good job.
  4. Good job Paul. Well done. Congrats and welcome to the ranks.
  5. Congrats Paul! Your gold coin will go out this week. Thanks for waiting.
  6. Another year of awesomeness! Congrats Boss!
  7. Congrats! First Police Officer of 2019 right? Your gold coin is on its way.
  8. Congrats on the fast deployment! Your shinny gold coin is already on its way.
  9. Congrats and well done! Your shinny gold coin will be on its way end of the week
  10. Hi Scott, I don't understand your complain here. But I shall try my best to explain the merch process and hopefully it will give a better understanding on what goes on behind the scene. First off, the MEPD has always has a constant supply of merch. 2018 so far we already done these merchs below - Desert Fox patch - MEPD new costume coin - MEPD racing shirt - MEPD new costume 10" patch Since we are now at the last day of July, Thats an average of 1 merch every 2 months. To me, that's a reasonable time frame. Please bear in mind it typically takes around 3 months for a merch to be completed from start to finish, from getting the design done, getting it approved, liaising with the vendor to make sample, opening the run on the forums, improving on the sample, actual production, shipping, packing them individually and finally mailing them out to buyers. Thats for the first 2 months. The 3rd month is after sale support where we wait for buyers to receive the items and to resolve any issue that may arise. Some runs might take shorter or longer depending on whether its a re-run, how fast the legion approve things, how much improvements are needed and how fast the shipping takes. We just ended the ordering phrase of the MEPD 10" patch and is currently in production and waiting for them to be shipped to me. Rest assured there's always something moving in the merch train, a lot of time it's waiting and logistics. But even while waiting, we are planning for the next one. Which in this case will be the regular MEPD shield patch, which will open order once the 10" patch after sale support is concluded, which is end of August. The MEPD shield patch is a regular item which we re-run every year during the fall. Please keep a look out for it if you are interested. Speaking of looking out for it, I understand some people will say they always missed out on runs thus the impression MEPD has nothing to offer. I will strongly suggest for everyone to log in the forums at least once or twice a month to check out what merch are available and to stay on tops of things, like announcements, check out others' PO/SWAT application etc. A merch ordering period usually goes on for 3 weeks so if you log in at the minimum once a month, there's no reason to miss anything. I also try my best to order extras to keep for latecomers but even those will run out eventually. Lastly, members might want to ensure they have requested for the correct forum access. Most merchs are posted either in the 501st or Sandtrooper section. So make sure you can access them. And finally, I think its unfair to compare with other detachments because everyone has their own workflow and ways of doing things. Some of them might have the budget to order a big chunk to keep as readily available stock or their merch vendor is just next door, or they have extra pair of hands at home to help pack stuffs or their postage service is super efficient etc. All in all, I believe that as long as we are not terribly bad at doing merchs or take way too long to get them done, we should be OK and we humbly seek your understanding and patience while we work the best we can to get things out to you.
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