General Duty Uniform
Based on the standard issue uniform worn by most Republic military forces, the naval general duty uniform is made from lightweight flame retardant materials. The flexible and breathable fabrics allow full range of movement to ensure that general crew duties can be carried out unhindered and the excellent wicking properties allow crew to regulate their temperature whilst performing tasks aboard ship or on base. The semi-rigid shoulder board includes the crew member’s rank slide and position on the crew, enabling quick identification of personnel for crew serving on larger ships. The utility belt and modular storage pouches provide crew members with the means to carry tools and equipment relevant to their specialisation. Included in this uniform is a chest-holstered standard issue naval blaster pistol, to be carried at all times for unexpected incidents requiring small-arms use.
Ceremonial Dress Uniform
An intrinsic aspect of military service is formality and ceremony, especially in a service with as rich and vast of a history as the Republic Navy. Worn only on special occasions, the Dress Uniform is one of the most distinctive uniforms worn by the naval service. Worn at occasions of ceremonial importance or public significance, the Dress Uniform comes with tight regulations on appearance and upkeep. The Dress Uniform is the only naval branch uniform that permits all service related commendations, campaign ribbons and medals to be displayed, worn on the left breast.