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Hey everyone in the MEPD! I am a 501st ANH Stunt TK (TK-58058) and a Bith musician (DZ-58058) of the MidSouth Garrison in the Nashville, TN area. However, this is my first full build myself and I thought I would post some questions if that is ok. I have an ANOVOS TK that has been in the box for 4 years and I am excited to make it a sandy first basic then eventually PO. I am following UKWrath’s build instructions for ANOVOS TK but following the TD CRLs closely and making TD adjustments as I go. Anyway thanks in advance as I will post some questions here and I hope to join the dirty boys someday!
Hey folks. So i thought i might as well post here too considering i'm not sure if i will get an answer on the form i posted on the UKG. (31 views and 0 replies) I am currently getting my kit to level 3 requirements. But that will take a few more weekends,Time to get ready. I should hit level 1 requirements by this coming week. My question is should i start my submission when i think it's ready for Level 1 requirements? Or should i wait till i get everything at least level 3 requirements? Either way beyond excited and i will be applying for police officer as soon as i hit level 3 . (Which one last question how do then apply form level 1 to 3 if i do it this way) (P.s i do understand the thigh ammo part and Sniper knee plate is on the wrong side,It's been fixed as well as i am working on a repaint and dirty boots/Pauldren)
Hello one and all! This is Kristen Bowes from Garrison Carida and I have come across an issue with my TD. I have come to the assembling part of my TD and i'm trying to find a way to correctly fit my ATA armor. The problem I am having is with my chest and ab plate armor. Me being 5''4 with a shorter torso, the chest plate covers a good portion of the ab plate, including the two buttons. Should I trim the chest at the bottom removing the return or is there another way to do it? Would a shorter chest affect if I wanted to apply for SWAT status eventually? Any help would be very much appreciated. -Kristen Bowes