Class B Uniforms

Class B Dress Uniform: TOS (Male)Class B Uniforms: Duty Uniforms (TOS)
This is normally considered the third highest level uniform for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is based on the standard uniform seen on Star Trek: The Original Series.
Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired.
Composition: This Duty Uniform is comprised of the Shirt and the Original Series Trousers, and accessories and accoutrements as authorized below.
Shirt, Duty: The shirt is the standard uniform shirt seen in episodes of Star Trek (the Original Series). It is charcoal instead of a branch or departmental color. The shirt is worn outside the trousers, not tucked into the waistband.
Trousers, Original Series: Original Series Trousers are black in color, low waist, bell bottomed and without side and hip pockets. A 1“wide red “blood” stripe is worn along the outside of each leg. The trousers are worn bloused into or at the top of the boot. An acceptable option is to wear the Dress Trousers worn with other SFMC Dress Uniforms.
Belt: The black web belt is worn with the buckle edge aligned with the shirt and pant closure edges. The buckle is gold for officers, silver for enlisted.
Headgear: Only the beret is authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform, Original Series.
Footwear: Black boots, no laces, similar to those seen in Star Trek The Original Series) may be worn with the Duty Uniform, Original Series. Acceptable options are Boots or dress shoes.
Insignia & accouterments:
Only the following listed items are authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform, Original Series.

 

 

 

  1. Insignia of grade – Worn on both sleeves, using same format as rank worn in Star Trek (The Original Series). Gold Braid for Officers, Silver Braid for Enlisted Marines. Braid is to begin 2” above the Sleeve cuff. Please consult the rank chart in this manual for exact rank to be worn. Non-metallic Braid may be used as long as it is substantially similar to the braid seen on Star Trek.
  2. SFMC Insignia – Globe, Anchor and Delta to be worn ½” above highest rank braid. May be the current SFMC collar pin or embroidered and sewn on the sleeves as appropriate.
  3. Chest Badge – Worn in the usual place on the left chest. This insignia consists of one of the following:
    1. Your Chapter Insignia (NOT Chapter Patch) if one has been developed (similar to the insignia used by the different ships of Starfleet as shown on Star Trek, The Original Series).
    2. The embroidered SFMC Globe, Delta and Anchor worn on the sleeves.
    3. A silver “Trek Delta” with the appropriate branch insignia embroidered in the center to denote your SFMC Branch of Service

Class B Dress Uniform: TOS (Female)Female Variant:
This variant replaces the Duty Trousers with the Duty Skirt, and changes the footwear to more feminine styles. Women may wear the Male Variant of this uniform if they so choose.

Skirt, Original Series: This is a plain black skirt (mini skirt is worn on Star Trek (Original Series)) with a 1 inch red blood stripe running vertically along the two outer seams, from the bottom of the waistband to the bottom edge of the skirt. It shall be hemmed so the edge falls within a range of 2-4 inches above the knee. It should be without side hip pockets.
Footwear: There are two types of footwear authorized with the Woman’s variant. Plain black pumps and hosiery are worn with the skirt. The pumps should be highly polished, have no bows or decorations, and have heels of 3 inches or less. Stockings or pantyhose should be flesh-toned, without decoration or visible seams. Fishnet, lace, or multicolored hosiery is specifically prohibited. Calf-high black boots are also authorized. Boots will be highly polished, have no decorations, plain toe and have heels of three inches or less. Combat boots are not authorized to be worn with the dress skirt.
Insignia & accouterments: The same items are authorized for wear on the Women’s Variant. The Branch Insignia may be adjusted as necessary for proper  fit and image. Women are also authorized to carry a plain black purse with shoulder strap and no other adornment or decoration.Source for Uniform Components: Rank Braid, Branch Insignia and embroidered Globe, Anchor and Delta can be obtained from costumecostumecostume.com. Some Uniform construction services may also be possible through this source.
Uniform Design by Peter Christian, USS Thermopylae
Class B Duty Uniforms (DS9/VOY)Class B Uniforms: Duty Uniforms (DS9 and VOY)

 

This is normally considered the third highest level uniform for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is based on the standard uniform seen on Star Trek: First Contact and lately on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired.

Composition: The Duty Uniform is comprised of the Duty Jacket, the Duty Trousers, a Duty Branch of Service (BOS) Tunic or Dickey, and accessories and accoutrements as authorized below.

 

 

 

Jacket, Duty: The jacket is the standard open collar, shoulder cut, Starfleet issue top. It is black with gray shoulders. The shoulder area is quilted vertically. The jacket is worn outside the trousers, not tucked into the waistband.

Tunic/Dickey, Branch of Service, Duty: Under the jacket is worn a tunic or dickey with a turtleneck collar (this is the principle distinguishing feature between the Fleet and SFMC versions of the Duty Uniform). This shall be in the marine’s BOS color, except that First Sergeants, Sergeants Major, Unit OICs, and General Staff officers may wear a white dickey instead of the BOS color.
 
Trousers, Duty: Duty Trousers are black in color, low waist, straight legged and with or without side and hip pockets. Simple black dress slacks without any product labels will do (they should be plain front—unpleated). The trousers are worn unbloused.
Tactical Trousers: Tactical trousers are six, eight, or eleven pocket black trousers, and are authorized for wear when the Duty Uniform is worn as a Class C, or field uniform. Unlike BDU trousers, tactical trousers are less baggy, and do not have articulated knees. The trousers will be worn bloused with military style boots in this configuration. An affordable example of the trousers can be found here:

Belt: The black web belt is worn with the trousers, under the jacket.
Headgear: Only the beret is authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform.
Footwear: Dress shoes, or ankle boots are authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform. Military style boots are only authorized for wear with the Class C (BDU) trouser, when the Duty Uniform is worn as a field uniform.
Insignia & accouterments:
Only the following items are authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform.

  1. Combadge (7.3.11.2) – worn on the left chest, centered left to right, along imaginary vertical line drawn from where the shoulder meets the neck of the jacket, down along the body of the jacket, and 1/2 inch below the bottom stitching of the shoulder quilting.
  2. Branch Devices (Type A Insignia) (7.3.1) – worn on left side of chest, centered, left to right, along imaginary vertical line drawn from where the shoulder meets the neck of the jacket, down along the body of the jacket, and 1/2 inch above top stitching of the shoulder quilting.
  3. Collar Brass (7.3.5.1) – Worn on the left collar of the undershirt, and vertical to the deck. The leading edge of the insignia is 1.5-inches from, and parallel to the zipper of the undershirt. If a dickey is being worn, and has no zipper, the insignia will be placed accordingly from the center of the neck of the dickey.
  4. Insignia of Grade (7.3.10.2 or 7.3.10.6) – worn on the right collar of the undershirt, and vertical to the deck.
    1. Officer’s Bars – worn vertically, with the leading edge of the insignia parallel to the zipper seam of the undershirt, and the bottom edge parallel to the seam between the body of the undershirt and the collar. The leading edge of the insignia is 1.5-inches from the zipper of the undershirt. If a dickey is being worn, and has no zipper, the insignia will be placed accordingly from the center of the neck of the dickey.
    2. NCO Chevrons – worn horizontally with the leading edge of the insignia parallel to the zipper seam of the undershirt, and the bottom edge parallel to the seam between the body of the undershirt and the collar. The leading tip of the insignia is 1.5-inches from, and parallel to the zipper of the undershirt. If a dickey is being worn, and has no zipper, the insignia will be placed accordingly from the center of the neck of the dickey. The greatest number of chevrons will be worn pointing to the front of the neck.

 
Service Undress Uniform (Scotty B)
This is normally considered the third highest level uniform for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is based on the working uniform seen in various motion pictures set in the late 23rd Century, most prominently worn by Montgomery Scott, hence the informal nickname of  “Scotty” for this uniform type.
Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired
Composition: The Service Undress Uniform is comprised of the Duty Vest, the Duty Trousers, a Duty Branch of Service (BOS) Tunic, and accessories and accoutrements as authorized below.
Vest, Duty: The Duty Vest is as described elsewhere, with details as noted below under Insig-nia and Accoutrements for this uniform.
Tunic, Branch of Service, Duty: Under the vest is worn a tunic with a turtleneck or mock turtle-neck collar (ribbed or unribbed). This shall be in the marine’s BOS color, except that those holding the office of First Sergeants, Sergeants Major, Unit OICs, and General Staff officers may wear a white tunic instead of the BOS color. The tunic is normally long sleeved, but short sleeves may be worn when appropriate for local conditions .
Trousers, Duty: Duty Trousers are black in color, low waist, straight legged and with or without side and hip pockets. Simple black dress slacks without any product labels will do (they should be plain front-unpleated). The trousers are worn unbloused. At the discretion of local com-manders, the trousers may include the same 1 inch “blood stripe” as found on the Dress Trou-sers for the Dress Black uniform
Belt: The black web belt is worn with the trousers, under the vest.
Headgear: Only the beret is authorized for wear with the Service Undress Uniform.
Footwear: Black boots or black casual shoes may be worn with the Service Undress Uniform. The footwear need not be highly polished, but must be neat and clean in appearance.
Insignia & Accoutrements: Only the following items are authorized for wear with the Service Undress Uniform.
1. Insignia of rank – Worn on the right of the turtleneck, placed horizontally and centered vertically. For enlisted ranks, the tips of the chevrons are worn pointing forward.
2. SFMC Insignia – Worn on the left of the turtleneck, centered vertically.
3. Commbadge/Branch Badge (or other appropriate Starfleet insignia) – Worn centered on the left breast pocket flap or in an equivalent location if the vest has no such pocket and/or flap.
4. Distinctive branch device (Aerospace Wings, Advanced or Expert Infantry Device, Special Operations Device, etc) – As an option, a single Branch Device earned may be worn centered relative to the commbadge, 1 inch above the commbadge
Vest, Duty: The Duty Vest is a black, roughly hip length vest with a squared off hem and a front closure, roughly similar to those worn by Starfleet personnel in the late 23rd century. The duty vest shall be of generally solid construction (i.e. not primarily composed of a mesh fabric) and may include useful pockets.
Due to local supply situations, the details of the appearance of the duty vest may vary from unit to unit, but all members of the same unit should endeavor to wear similar if not identical vests. The details of insignia and accoutrements worn on the duty vest are described in the uniform descriptions referencing the vest.
CLASS B Uniform: Duty Uniform, TNG TV Series
This is normally considered the third highest level uniform for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. IClss B Uniform: Duty Uniform, TNG TV Series.t is based on the standard uniform seen on Star Trek: The Next
GenerationOccasions for Wear:

  1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
  2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired.

Composition: The Duty Uniform is comprised of the Jacket and Trousers, and accessories and accoutrement as authorized below.
Jacket: The Jacket is a pull over style with collar as seen in episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and early episodes of Deep Space Nine. Keeping with the TOS SFMC tradition the color is charcoal instead of branch or departmental color as with the Fleet side.
Trousers: Duty Trousers are black in color, low waist, straight legged and with or without side and hip pockets. Simple black dress slacks without any product labels will do (they should be plain front unpleated). A 1″ wide red “blood” stripe is worn along the outside of each leg. The trousers are worn bloused into or at the top of the boot.
Headgear: Headgear is optional for wear with the Duty Uniform, TNG Series. If worn all standard rules for wearing headgear must be observed. (only wearing outdoors or while under arms)
Footwear: Black boots may be worn with the Duty Uniform, TNG Series. Acceptable options are high gloss black dress shoes (pants wouldn’t be bloused in this case) or spit-shined combat/jump boots.
Insignia & Accoutrement: Only the following listed items are authorized for wear with the Duty Uniform

  1. Combadge (7.3.11.2) – worn on the left chest, centered left to right along imaginary vertical line drawn from where the shoulder meets the neck of the jacket, down along the body of the tunic, and 1/2 inch below the shoulder yoke seam (1/2 inch into the charcoal colored material of the body of the tunic).
  2. Branch Devices (Type A Insignia) (7.3.1) – worn on left chest, centered left to right along imaginary vertical line drawn from where the shoulder meets the neck of the jacket, down along the body of the tunic, and 1/2 inch above the shoulder yoke seam (or 1 inch above the combadge) and centered on the combadge.
  3. Collar Brass (7.3.5.1) – worn on the left collar of the tunic, 1 inch from the edge of the collar, centered top to bottom, and vertical to the deck.
  4. Insignia of Grade (7.3.10.2 or 7.3.10.6) – worn on the right collar of the tunic, 1 inch from the edge of the collar, centered top to bottom
    1. Officer’s Bars – – worn vertically with the bottom edge of the insignia parallel to the seam between the body of the tunic and the collar.
    2. NCO Chevrons – worn horizontally with the bottom edge of the insignia parallel to the seam between the body of the tunic and the collar. Greatest number of chevrons will be worn pointing to the front of the neck.