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DDD Campaign Completion Rollcall
11Charlie
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Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 - 02:11 PM UTC
Below is a list of those I have physically checked to ensure they have a completed sub posted somewhere on Armorama.
I know I do not have everyone, so if you do not see your callsign listed, and you have completed at least one sub for the DDD campaign, please PM me or post here to let me know where your completed sub can be viewed. I'll keep checking as well.
I can't thank you all enough for the spirit and camaraderie shown during this campaign, as well as the support everyone showed each other.
A special thanks to all who lent technical support also.
Not bad...not bad at all.... cheers to all!!

In no particular order:

Garrybeebe
Agrillion
95Bravo
007
Martinnnn
MikeM
ModlrMike
AtomicTuna
Halfyank
John17
Rigger
Grumpyoldman
Puma112
Thathaway3
Tiger101
Skipper
eMan
imodeller
Chief
Warvos
Gunny
11Charlie
Mother
Silantra
Mondo
Blaster76
lestweforget
Tiger101
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Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 - 03:39 PM UTC
BTW I see one name missing Silantra finished a Kilo for the campaign. If I see any more I'll let you know.
mondo
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Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 - 04:04 PM UTC
Link to my U47

Cheers,

mother
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Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 - 06:24 PM UTC
Hey Darryl...I also have completed this campaign. Pics are in my gallery, pg. 2 Both are Dragon's 1/700 scale. (1) USN Lafayette class, USS Ben Franklin. (2) Soviet Sierra class.

Link:

http://photos.kitmaker.net/data/500/DDD_2.jpg
11Charlie
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 04:20 AM UTC
I added Mother, Silantra and Mondo. Sorry about that guys. That's why I solicited help...I want to make sure everyone is accounted for before I start giving the awards, so let me know if you notice any others I missed. Thanks.
john17
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 04:27 AM UTC
Hi Darryl and fellow DDD mates:

You have me listed as completing the campaign, which I said I had done. However, I never formally posted a picture in the threads. I had just put the image in the DDD Campaign Gallery. Here's the link:

http://photos.kitmaker.net/showphoto.php/photo/78446/cat/525/page/1

Thanks Darryl for all your hard work on keeping this campaign alive. I know Garry would be proud of you, as well as all those who participated.

John
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 08:00 AM UTC
John,

I was counting you in no matter where you had posted your photo on the site. It's nice to have them in the gallery devoted to the campaign, so they are all in one location,but that isn't a requirement.
Hey, can you tell me if you and Staff_Jim ever got together on the correct size of the ribbon? I think that needs to be addressed before I can actually post the awards.

Attention staff...I need help!...Can anyone help me update the warships campaign forum, specifically where the enlistee list is found and the image of the ribbon can be viewed before it is actually given out?
john17
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 09:07 AM UTC
Darryl:

I believe the ribbon size was settled quite a while back if memory serves correctly. I think I had even sent it on to Jim. If you PM your email address to me, I'll send it to you and you can pass it on to Jim along with the list of people who are to receive it.

As far as the ribbon goes for the campaign page, I think Jim would have to populate that.

Let me know if you need anything else.

John
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 09:46 AM UTC
Only a minor spelling error in my call sign:

Thathaway3.

Sure was a fun campaign! I'd have loved to have done a second one in time, but with my oldest daughter's wedding over the weekend, I knew that one would have to suffice.

On to Dreadnaught!!!!

Tom
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 10:49 AM UTC
Hey now! 50% of those who started, completed the campaign. Not too shabby the first time out of the gate!

Well done gentlemen.

Well done Darryl.


Steve
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 01:22 PM UTC
Blaster here....I completed my 1/ 72nd Revell U-boot with the Modelbrass PE set in late March and noted it. Refer to my gallery for pic. Glad this one is over, now we can start talking about battlewagons for the next 6 months YIPEE !!!! Then the ultimate FLAT-TOPS starting in December
11Charlie
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 03:35 PM UTC

Quoted Text

Only a minor spelling error in my call sign:

Thathaway3.

Sure was a fun campaign! I'd have loved to have done a second one in time, but with my oldest daughter's wedding over the weekend, I knew that one would have to suffice.

On to Dreadnaught!!!!

Tom



Sorry about that Tom. I'll get it corrected! Thanks for letting me know.

Steve(blaster76) I added you to the list...Thanks!
11Charlie
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 03:41 PM UTC

Quoted Text

Darryl:

I believe the ribbon size was settled quite a while back if memory serves correctly. I think I had even sent it on to Jim. If you PM your email address to me, I'll send it to you and you can pass it on to Jim along with the list of people who are to receive it.

As far as the ribbon goes for the campaign page, I think Jim would have to populate that.

Let me know if you need anything else.

John



Thanks John. Do you know I can go ahead and start giving the awrds out, even if the ribbon isn't visible on the Campaign page? Something tells me that would have to added/corrected before I could do so. I sent a message to Jim, but haven't heard back from him yet. I hope to soon though.
Martinnnn
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 06:10 PM UTC
Whoohoo, I'm on the list!

for those who haven't seen it yet, my entry:



More pics can be found at my site (click my banner)

Martin
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Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 06:38 PM UTC
I finished mine a while back, here it is









It's Tamiya, IJN I600, 1/700

Cheers

11Charlie
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Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2005 - 01:58 AM UTC
I'm adding you to the list now David. Thanks!
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Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2005 - 09:05 AM UTC
Just got back from a short (75 day) underwater ocean cruise. The food wasn't bad but the entertainment and accomodations kind of sucked.
Anyway I see I've missed the deadline. My Ohio is still in drydock waiting for a missile deck, fairwater planes, sail, screw, and a paint job...in other words I've got a great looking bare hull sitting on my bench. Oh well, looks like some of you have turned in some great looking projects. I really like your weathering job Martinn.
v/r,
Cob
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Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2005 - 07:23 PM UTC
Hey Cob...I'd love to see your Ohio when you're all done. If you would, take a look at mine over in the gallery for the DDD campaign. I'd be interested in your expert opinion regarding my paint sheme. I had to rush through painting and decals to get it done the last day.
BTW, I haven't forgotten about the "gifts" either. I have to go out of town for almost a week, but will post a photo when I get back. I'll go into more detail with everyone when I do that.
Glad to hear everything went well for you on your little excursion
Take care.
Cob
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Posted: Friday, June 03, 2005 - 01:41 AM UTC
Darryl,
Nice job on the Boomer. If anything your paint job is too pretty. Most of the ones I see are more "patchwork" with lighter and darker sections. This is because there isn't always time in a drydocking refit to completely repaint the hull. The camo on the masts and antennas looks spot on. The only other comment is that boats in service have draft marks forward and aft (the white decals with numbers). I am very impressed with the number and variety of subjects in this campaign.
v/r,
Cob
11Charlie
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Posted: Friday, June 03, 2005 - 05:11 AM UTC
Cob,

Thanks for your comments. The camo on the mast and antennas are the kit supplied decals. I was in such a hurry to get them on, I forgot to decal them before gluing them to the CT. I'm surprised I was able to get them on with the mast and antennas so close together. Thank God for Solva-set.

I did put the draft marks (decals) on, but I guess their hard to see with the angles at which I took the pictures. I agree she is way too clean...I didn't do any weathering on her, but hope to build this one again when I can correct the mistakes I made and do some weathering. I was most concerned about the way I painted the far aft section of the sub just in front of the propeller. I couldn't find any good photo's that showed it, so I pretty much guessed how it should look.

Thanks Again Cob...don't forget to show us your Ohio when you finish it.