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TLJ Resistance Bomber Gunner Standard (Proposal)

 
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:49 pm    Post subject: TLJ Resistance Bomber Gunner Standard (Proposal) Reply with quote

Posted this in the wrong area before. This is my first standard write up, feel free to input any corrections. I personally feel a few areas are too detailed. Any help from you all would be appreciated.

FLIGHT SUIT
• Mustard, one-piece jumpsuit in screen accurate color and material. All seams are top stitched. There is a yoke on upper chest and upper back panels.
• With a stand-up style collar. Collar is a mandarin style collar with rounded ends that do not overlap.
• Pleated trim details run down the outside of the arms and down to the cuff at the wrist. Trim is 60 mm wide and made of an oxford weave fabric. Trim is same color or slightly darker than flight suit fabric.
• Wide "pen holder" pocket built into the jumpsuit on the upper left arm below the left shoulder seam with three ¾’ (pen-sized) loops in the middle. Top of pen holder has five horizontal lines of decorative stitching spaced ⅛” apart. 3 metallic screen accurate tools should be in the openings.
• No visible waistband, zippers or snaps on the jumpsuit. Zipper up front of the suit should be covered by a placket.
• Small tab along the placket just below the collar serving as an attachment point for the chest box. The chest box has a clip on the back (similar to a slide belt clip) to secure it to the tab.
• The jumpsuit legs have a roughly 6” tall knee pad fabric in the same material as the suit that goes around the circumference of the knee.
• Each leg has one pocket:
- A top right thigh flat pocket open at the top. This pocket has 5 horizontal decorative stitches at the top spaced roughly ⅜” apart.
- A cargo style pocket with squared edges located on the left leg, with a flap top and is sewn into an octagon shaped panel on the upper left thigh.
• The flight suit legs should be bloused over the boots.
• Sleeves end with no separate cuffs attached.

FLIGHT VEST
• Off-white vest consisting of six parts: a left and right upper front panel, a left and right lower panel that connects to the upper and lower back panel, the lower back panel and the upper back panel.
• The upper right panel should had another panel with 9 horizontal quilted/padded bar sections starting at the shoulder blade and going down past the square cut out.
• The top of the right front panel should have a Capewell parachute C release bracket located above the top two quilted/padded bars. It is attached to 1-¾” parachute webbing that starts from the top right corner of the quilted/padded back panel. Another section 1-¾” parachute webbing is sewn on between the lower first and second quilted/padded bar. It goes up and loops thru the lower bar of the Capewell release bracket and over on itself. It is held in place by a ¾” loop.
• On the left panel of the front vest there is a black/dark-grey distressed rebel bird at collarbone height. It is partially covered by 1-¾” parachute webbing. The webbing starts on the upper left corner of the back quilted/padded panel. The webbing is threaded thru a parachute D-ring assembly and ends with a latch and link release assembly. The latch and link release should have sides that angle in. The webbing is sewn down to the vest right above the latch and link release assembly.
• The 1-¾” parachute webbing should have visible stitching going parallel with the webbing.
• Both upper front panels have square cut outs on the outside bottom corners. 1” webbing is located on the outside of those cut outs and attaches to the lower front panels.
• The lower right front panel of the vest hangs just above the hips but below the belt. It has 1” webbing going horizontally in the middle of the panel and diagonally on the inner bottom corner. Under the webbing is an “L” shaped piece made of the same fabric as the ejection harness knee covers. The top of the “L” shape has two visible rivets. The lower front right panel attaches to the upper back panel at the sides. It attached to the upper right panel with a square overlap and to the 1” webbing. A parachute snap hook attached to 1-¾” webbing is sewn down over the overlap area. Under that, a parachute tensioner is attached with 1-¾” parachute webbing. 1” webbing is sewn on the lower portion of the tensioner and leads to a 1” snap hook that sits right above the inner bottom corner of that panel. A cargo strap tensioner sewn down with 1-¾” webbing sits on the outer top corner of the panel.
• The lower left front panel of the vest hangs just above the hips but below the belt. It has 1” webbing going horizontally in the middle of the panel and diagonally on the inner bottom corner. Under the webbing is an “L” shaped piece made of the same fabric as the ejection harness knee covers. The top of the “L” shape has two visible rivets. The lower front left panel attaches to the upper back panel at the sides. It attached to the upper left panel with a square overlap and to the 1” webbing. A parachute snap hook attached to 1-¾” webbing is sewn down over the overlap area. Under that, a 1” round ring is attached by 1” webbing. 1” webbing is sewn on the lower portion of the round ring and leads to a air force personnel lowering device descender that sits right above the inner bottom corner of that panel. A cargo strap tensioner sewn down with 1-¾” webbing sits on the outer top corner of the panel.
•The front panel is closed by the two snap hooks attaching to two parachute D-rings sewn together with 1-¾” webbing.
• A TFA x-wing pilot vest buckle should be visible under the chest box between the two upper front panels.
• The upper back panel should have scoop style arm holes and a square quilted/padded panel on it. Sewn at the top and bottom of the square panel. There are 8 quilted/padded strips that run horizontally on that panel. Under that is a 2” wide cotton tape that starts on one side of the back panel and ends on the other.
• The lower back panel should be attached to the upper back panel and not to the lower front panels. Metallic grommets adorn both lower corners of the panel. Next to the grommets are “L” shaped panels made of the same material as the ejection harness knee covers. Sitting on top of the “L” pieces are cargo strap tensioner attached to the lower back panel with 1-¾” parachute webbing. In the center of the lower back panel is a parachute link. It is attached to the panel with 1-¾” parachute webbing.
•The ejection harness consists of a knee cover on each leg with 1-¾” parachute webbing sewn on. THe webbing runs up to the vest and loops thru the cargo strap tensioners. Not too much excess webbing should be visible after they are looped thru the cargo strap tensioners. The knee covers are a rectangular piece with one diagonal corner on the outer top and a top square piece with diagonal corner on the outer bottom.


CHEST BOX
•The chest box consists of two parts. A base and an upper box.
• Upper box should be white/off-white. The upper right corner has a silver cog. The upper left corner has six red indented holes. The lower section consisted of two blue rocker switches, a white rocker switch, a larger white button and two smaller yellow buttons
•The lower box is black and has two hoses attached.
• A black corrugated rubber hose connects to the bottom left of the bottom box. It runs down across the front of the body to terminate on the lower left front panel between the cargo strap tensioner and “L” shaped piece.
• A black corrugated rubber hose connects to the upper right of the bottom box. The end of the hose is connected to a flight oxygen mask. The hose a red wire coiled around it held in place by 4 wire loops. The oxygen mask is covered in a white gauze material. ½” straps attach to the mask at two points on each side and end at a helmet attachment clip. The straps have black adjustment buckles.

BELT
•Dark gray/ charcoal color. Made of British military PLCE material with a silver roll pin buckle. The sides of the belt have light gray webbing loops that hold 5 metallic barbed quick release air hose fittings.

BOOTS
•Military jackboots. Black in color with no visible zippers or buckles of any sort.

GAUNTLETS
• Tan/gray padded leather or leather-like material with a mid-length gauntlet cuff.
• Screen accurate 5 raised padded strips on the back of the palm. 5 raised padded strips around entire gauntlet cuff.
•A commlink adorns the left gauntlet cuff thru a square opening.
•An adjustment strap is located on the underside of each wrist. Strap should be similar color as the gauntlets.


OPTIONAL: Accurately styled helmet with all hard details (visor, mic, etc.)
Appropriate paint scheme (if it doesn't look like it would fit on screen strafing Stormtroopers or Starkiller Base, then don't use it!)


OPTIONAL: For Paige Tico, a tan round leather patch with a worn red rebel starbird is sewn on the right shoulder. A dark red/crimson scarf should be worn around the neck. And a gold crescent shaped necklace should be worn around the neck and tucked under left shoulder parachute webbing.

OPTIONAL: A brown flight cap made of a ribbed material. Circular decorative stitching around the ears, two rows of square panels run down the center of the cap. An adjustment strap is sewn on both sides of the chin area. One strap should have a black tri-glide adjuster.
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