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TK24697 'sounds' better, I reckon.

That's what I thought...

Just hope nobody uses it now lol...

 

that's no moon, Kim Kardashian is bending over again...

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Are TK numbers different than TD's or does it fall under the same guidelines?

As far as I know, the numerical characters are the 501st unique designation. Under the same number, you can change the alpha prefix to whatever costumes you own... TK for Stormtrooper, TD for desert stormtrooper etc... Am I right? :D

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My 2 kids bdays. Jan 6 and March 11. TK16311

 

 

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Numbers come from 501st. Only the TD, TK, TX, SL, etc. are detachment identifiers. You could always open up the counter and set it to whatever you want. 

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My TK-ID is 42134. I was thinking of a number while I was building my armor, and thought “The first three digits of my log in at work is 421!” I added “34”, because it is a favorite number between some close friends and I.

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TK-35679

My professional license number as a Medical Technologist.... 0035679

Edited by darthcue

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TK-26287

 

My birthday is on the 26th, my wife’s is on the 28th, and we had been married 7 years while I was making my TK. My simple dedication to our love and marriage, and her support. 

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Birthday, 

 

Also sounds a bit like TK421 so an added bonus!

 

671

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On 3/23/2016 at 2:02 AM, Surfintrooper said:

Zip code also.<br>

But after I got my number, I thought of a good way to create one that would be unique for each TK. <br>

Using the number for the letters of each TK 's initials. The letter "A" =1 on up to "Z" =26. <br>

That could even work for assigned numbers in an actual military situation, as they would all be unique. And if any 3 letter combinations ( first, middle, last names) did repeat, a 1 and so on could be added to the end of the repeat ones. <br>

Mine would have been TK-23137. Still available. And I actually like it better than my zip ode.

I actually did that for my screen name:

B=2, D=4, W=23, C=3.......BDWC= TK-24233

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