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« on: February 10, 2017, 02:59:30 pm »

Standard Duty Uniform


The standard Starfleet duty uniform of the mid-2160s was a gray jumpsuit, similar to the ones worn by Starfleet officers in the 2140s to early 2160s. This one was gray with the division color on the shoulders with that same color as a stripe that went from the zipper and around the back. It had the same colored lining on the legs of the jumpsuit. It had the mission patch for the ship the officer served on sewed onto the right shoulder and the Starfleet insignia sewed on the other.

Department Colors:
COMMAND: Gold
OPERATIONS: Red
SCIENCES AND MEDICAL: Blue/Teal

Bomber Jacket



This uniform featured a bomber jacket that could be worn on away missions. It was a black leather jacket with the mission patch on the shoulders.

Active Wear



For use in more casual circumstances or during physical exercise and training, active wear was available to Starfleet officers serving at Starfleet Command on Earth as early as 2143. Among the options was a light-gray long sleeve shirt with dark-gray trim at the sides and beneath the arms. The shirt was marked by a name tag adorning the right breast and a Starfleet mission patch worn on the left sleeve. This tunic was sometimes worn over standard duty uniform trousers.

Environmental Suit



In use aboard Starfleet vessels during the early 2150s, the typical environmental suit (or "EV suit") featured an independent air supply and gravity boots. Distinguished by a copper-colored, rubber-like material, these uniforms featured helmets connected by thin material that allowed a wide range of movement. Featuring a heavy chest place sitting on the shoulders, these suits were worn with tight-fitting gloves (with zipper connections) and shoe-like boots, with heavy, ridged soles.

The helmets were illuminated from within, casting a blue light on the wearer's face, with lamps mounted on either side of the head to illuminate the surrounding area (if needed). Air supply gauges were located on the back of the suit, as well as on the sleeve. Identifying name tags and mission patch logos were located on the chest plate, alongside a built-in communicator, tied into an ear piece.

Headwear



Available for use with the standard duty uniform was a hat, embroidered with the specific registry number of the wearer's home assignment. Made of stretchable material, these hats were essentially one-size-fits-all "baseball caps." While these caps were generally worn during away missions, some officers wore theirs aboard ship.


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Re: Ranks and Uniforming
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2017, 03:40:31 pm »
RANKS




« Last Edit: February 10, 2017, 04:43:35 pm by Dylan Torngate »
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