Duty Uniform:

TDuty Uniformshe normal everyday uniform is called a Duty Uniform. With the exception of the medical staff and crewmen, it is easier to tell the Departments more at a glance. The duty uniform tunic consists of two colors with a diagonal line going from the right shoulder to the left waist separating them. The bottom color is dark blue while the top color is the department color. The trousers are  dark blue with department color on  the cuff. The patch was moved from the sleeve to the left side of the chest, and a belt was added.

For Medical, the jacket is solid white and the trousers are dark blue with white on the cuff.

Crewmen have similar duty uniforms to the officers, but instead of dark blue, they wear red. Instead of a 'red shirt," they are "red pants."

Their rank is shown on their collar.

Cadet Acting Ensign Ensign Lieutenant Junior Grade Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain
Cadet Acting Ensign on Ship Ensign Lieutenant Junior Grade Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain

Dress Uniform:

Dress UniformsThe Dress Uniform is used mainly for Diplomatic situations and various ceremonies. For all departments, the trousers are dark blue and the jacket is one color (except Crewmen), the Department Color. Like the Duty Uniform, the trousers have the department color on the cuff. The jacket's closure is a flap on the side instead of centered like the duty uniform. Again, the patch was moved from the shoulder to the chest, and a belt was added

The Crewmen have piping on their sleeve to signify their Departments. And the color on the cuff of their trousers is red.

Admiral Uniforms Uniforms

The Admiral Uniforms are very similar to the Command Uniforms. The Duty Uniform Jacket is, however, solid Amethyst. Then the Admiral's Jackets have a row or rows of "Gold Leaf" clusters on the sleeves. The number of rows is determined by rank, just like the stars.

Admiral Duty AND Dress Uniforms


Commodore - 1Star One Star One Row Commodore Sleeve

Rear Admiral

Rear Admiral - 2 Stars Two Stars Two Rows Rear Admiral Sleeve

Vice Admiral

Vice Admiral - 3 Stars Three Stars Three Rows Vice Admiral Sleeve


Admiral - 4 Stars Four Stars Two Rows of Gold Leaf clusters and Two Solid Stripes Admiral Sleeve

Fleet Admiral

Fleet Admiral - 5 Stars Five Stars Three Rows of Oak clusters and Two Solid Stripes Fleet Admiral Sleeve


Jacket Variation

Captain's JacketThe Captain has the option to wear a suede jacket instead of the tunic worn by everyone else. Notice, he wears a royal blue shirt under it, and the jacket has gold trim where it closes.

The Captain also has a right to issue these jackets to the Department Heads in their colors.

Previous Uniforms

Old Duty UniformDuty Uniform:

The normal everyday uniform is called a Duty Uniform. With the exception of the medical staff, the duty uniform consists of a dark blue jacket with dark blue trousers. On the jacket, the department color is visible on the collar and across the chest as illustrated above. On the trousers, appropriate colored piping goes along the hem.

For Medical, the jacket and trousers are white.

Old Dress UniformDuty Uniform:

Even though the Medical's Duty Uniform is already completely white, their dress uniform is the slightly longer white jacket and the dark blue trousers with the white stripe. For ceremonies and special occasions, the dress uniform is very similar to the duty uniform. The Jacket, however, is white, and slightly longer. The trousers are dark blue with a white stripe down the side.

Everyone wears white gloves, except when dining.

Department UniformsDepartment Colors:

Amethyst: Long thought the color of royalty, amethyst is the color chosen for the Command Staff

Sapphire: The largest department aboard ship, Operations staff wear Sapphire.

Emerald: Emerald represents many things, included of those is life and healing, therefore Emerald was chosen to represent Medical and Science.





End Notes:

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