The model for the 68th Airlift Squadron is completed and available on the site. Up next is yet to be determined.
There are several ways of contacting me. You can use the contact form on this site, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, you can leave a comment on this blog, and if all else fails you can reach me via pm on the Vectric forum or the Joes Hybrid forum at username cac67. I will respond to any of these contact methods as soon as possible, generally within hours but no more than 48 hours. If you don’t hear from me within 48 hours check your spam folder. Adding my email address to your contact list will not necessarily keep my emails out of your spam filter.
The comments on this blog are moderated. I see every comment that is posted and have to approve them before they’ll show up. I have yet to approve any comments simply because none have been relevant yet. I get 3 or 4 spam comments a day, usually just gibberish and a link for fake gucci bags, shoes, or something else completely unrelated to the topic.
The crest for the 2nd Engineer Battalion (USMC) is complete and available on the site.
There will be a slight delay in the 68th Airlift Squadron crest because it’s been brought to my attention that certain officer rank insignia in the Navy/Marine Corps rank is not correct. It’s correct according to the chart at www.defense.gov/about/insignias/officers.aspx but my source was insistent. So my next task will be to create new rank insignias for those ranks in question and add them to the zips I have on the server.
If you see anything wrong on my site please let me know either in the comments here, via the contact form or by email at email@example.com.
The model for the 51st Logistics Support Squadron is available for download. Next up, the USMC 2nd Combat Engineer Bn.
The 12th Marine Regiment crest is completed and available for download. Next up is the USAF 51st Logistics Support Squadron. That shouldn’t take too long so I’ll be moving on to another Marine Corps crest then another Air Force crest. I haven’t looked at the Marine Corps crests yet to pick the next one but I already know what I’m doing for the next Air Force crest. Who could resist that mightiest of all fighting creatures, the pelican?
The crest for the USS John C Stennis is complete and available on the site. Next up, the 12th Marine Regt. crest.