The standard issue uniforms of the United Arshan Federation's military.
The United Arshan Federation's formal dress uniform, worn by both military personnel and 'civilians'.
The United Arshan Federation's general duty uniform, commonly worn by military staff in officers or performing non-physical tasks.
The United Arshan Federation's utility uniform. This jumpsuit is worn by pilots, engineers, and other military personnel performing tasks not suitable for the General Duty Uniform.
Encompassing a wide variety of equipment combinations, the Combat Duty Uniform serves as the United Arshan Federation's primary combat uniform.
The standard calibre ammunition used in the United Arshan Federation, using the Arshan caseless ammunition technology.
A portrait of Dominika Kirilisav in her Service Dress Uniform, with the unit patch of the ACV Esther IV's bridge crew.
The reference colors used for the shoulder markings of the Military Uniform (Arshan). The color represents a soldier's 'Command Tier', which indicates their position in the chain of command.
A reference image of the Arshan Military Uniform. This reference shows the General Duty Jacket (left) and Service Dress Coat (right) along with the slacks, shoes, and undershirt worn with both uniform variants.
A reference image of the Sol Guard Parade Uniform, worn by members of the Sol Guard Corps during parades, formal events, and other settings where the standard guard uniform is not suitable.
An Arshan Service Dress Coat, worn as part of the Service Dress Uniform (Arshan). This coat has the white trim of Alpha Squadron, as well as the green shoulder accent and single-bar insignia of a Sergeant.
The shoulder patch for the United Arshan Federation's Alpha Squadron, as worn on the Service Dress and General Duty uniforms. The patch depicts the Arshan emblem surrounded by a circle in Alpha Squadron's color: White.
A to-scale reference of the Service Dress Uniform's left sleeve (From the wearer's perspective). This reference shows the sizing and positioning of the squadron trim, unit patch, unit name-tag, and seniority stripes.