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Wednesday, May 24

Starfleet Uniforms, 2365-present


Introduced in 2365, these Starfleet uniforms addressed a common complaint among most personnel -- comfort. Now, instead of the restrictive one-piece jumpsuit, Starfleet has returned to a two-piece uniform for all duty variations.

The updated duty uniform features a front-close jacket that corresponds to the individual's service department -- wine-red for command personnel, pilots and helm officers; mustard-gold for operations and security; and teal-blue for science and medical. Trim on the raised collar of the jacket matches the uniform color. Separate pants match the black of the uniform jackets. These uniforms are standard issue for all Starfleet naval personnel serving on starships, space stations, and planetary bases.

The Starfleet insignia combadge is worn on the left breast, with rank insignia -- in the form of round gold or gold-black pips -- on the right side of the collar.

An optional black belt can be worn with this uniform, thereby providing holsters and attachments for phasers, tricorders, and other necessary small devices.

Starfleet Marine duty uniforms have been updated to match this style, with the standard Marine duty uniform featuring gray with green trim, instead of the standard red, gold, or blue.



This jacket serves as the standard-issue Starfleet naval dress uniform. This is worn by all ranking and enlisted Starfleet personnel during formal events. Each uniform consists of a thigh-length, wrap-around tunic worn instead of the standard duty jacket. Each dress jacket reflects the color of the wearer's service department, with a band of gold trim running along collar and the top of the overlap enclosure.

The Starfleet insignia combadge is worn on the left breast, with rank pips and insignia worn on the narrowest point of the black fabric on the right shoulder (just below the gold trim). Service medals may be worn on the right breast, if desired.



This uniform is standard issue for all Starfleet admirals and high-ranking flag officers. It consists of the standard duty uniform (in the color of the wearer's command department), embellished with gold trim along the chest. The collar trim extends down to the colored chest area, and three gold stripes (regardless of rank) adorn the cuffs of both sleeves.

The Starfleet insignia combadge is worn on the left breast, with rank insignia -- in the form of admiral pips -- on the right side of the collar.



This jacket serves as the standard-issue Starfleet admiral dress uniform. This is worn by all flag officers during formal events. Each uniform consists of a thigh-length, front-close tunic worn instead of the standard duty jacket. Each dress jacket reflects the color of the wearer's service department, with a gold-trimmed black V-neck punctuating the black shoulder area. A band of gold trim runs along the rest of the chest, separating the black shoulders from the primary jacket color.

The Starfleet insignia combadge is worn on the left breast, with admiral rank pips worn on the right side of the collar. Service medals may be worn on the right breast, if desired.
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