Hi Christine, and sorry for delaying. Life turns a bit crazy from time to time.
We are a few steps to grant your Centurion Badge, but as you may know, Centurion is the top level of accuracy and we check the applicants a bit more detailed and consider not only the Crl but the screen reference images.
Bellow are some fixes we need you to do that are Centurion level requirements .
CRL for Basic: Frown is painted gray and does not leave the teeth area.
This is a common issue that can be easily fixed. Carefully using a toothpick with some paint disolver (non acetone) or sharp tool like a cutter or knife point.
CRL L3: Ear screws shall be slotted, flat topped, countersunk and painted white.
The ears top screws are perfect but the lower ones need to be changed to the flat topped requested in the crl.
CRL L2: Correct Aerators/Hovi-MIX tips are present. Screens used shall be of a wide type mesh, with the rim of the mic and the inside white or painted white.
This is an easy fix with a few minutes of painting session.
Your small ab plate looks like having a return edge that it's not present in the screen used references. A little trimming time will be needed to solve it.
CRL L3: No return edge on the inside of the front of the forearm is allowed.
There is a remaining little return edge. Just a little sanding job, easy and quick fix.
CRL L3: Canvas belt must be firm / sturdy in appearance. No creasing or sagging
There are some creases that are quite prominent, a possible solution could be to tighten the canvas a bit and if that doesn't work a replacement will be needed.
In my experience with Anovos canvas belts, I had to carefully remove the ABS belt because the square covers are glued on tightly (if the belt got damaged, I would fix it with an ABS piece behind it) and install a new one. I consider this one the toughest issue but we are confident that you can do it Trooper. We are here to help you if you need.
CRL L2: Sniper knee plate must be aligned with the ridges on the shin.
You did a great advance with the first fix requested in your EIB submission, but sadly, the sniper knee is still a bit lower (red lines) and should go aligned with the shin (blue lines). To fix that, It would be necessary to take it off and re-glue it higher to match the ridges correctly.
Remember you can contact any of us in the DO Dpt. for assistance.