Hi Tyler! Great to see your Centurion submission !.
You did a great job with some of the required Centurion fixes, we need you to make and extra final effort so we can place that Centurion Badge under your name.
First of all I'll need to add some missing photos according to the Check list like:
9. ___ Thigh ammo pack connections (interior and exterior, left and right sides)
10. ___ Sniper knee plate (left and right sides)
11. ___ Wrist openings
12. ___ Abdomen button plates (close-up)
18. ___ Close-up of Hovi tips
20. ___ Ear screws (close up, left, right and bottom).
25. ___ Boots (tops and sides)
By the other hand, as it has been noted by fellow troopers Caleb and Glen, there are some issues that need to be fixed :
1- Helmet rear traps lines
This is a suggestion in case you would want to improve a little more your helmet.
Is and easy and quick fix , just adding a half centimeter of gray paint to the upper section of the taps.
BEFORE AFTER REFERENCE
2-Shoulder Bridges and White elastic.
CRL L3: These shall be glued in front.
The plastic shoulder straps need to be held down in the back via a white elastic band to the white fabric that connects/bridges the chest and back piece.
I'll need a close photo of the front section of the shoulder bridges showing they're glued and not velcroed. and move the white elastic to the rear section.
3- Ab-Kidney Connection:
Your armor shows a little overlap in the right side and a noticeable gap in the left one.
CRL L3: Ideally there no gap between the abdomen and kidney armor. Abdominal and Kidney Plate align horizontally at top.
A single visible seam line is present.
4- ABS Ammo Blet position:
This was a Centurion requirement from your EIB review.
CRL L3: The top of the ABS ammo belt should sit at or just above the bottom of the central and vertical abdomen button panels.
Finally: As you rightly noted , the resolution can be improved so we can see more in detail. Remember that Centurion is our top level and the more scrutinize
Also your full body images are quite small in resolution 435 x 580, makes it hard to magnify to see some details
Size: Photo size larger than 800x600 (preferably 1280 x 960) to allow the DO to see your armor's details. 1024x768
Almost there Trooper !!