Uniforms

While engaged in Navel operations duties, all Navel personnel must wear the Slabovian Navey uniform. During long missions aboard ships that employ a watch rotation, personnel may don civilian attire while off duty.

There are four standards of dress for Slabovian Navel Officers as follows:

DUTY DRESS


Wooley-Pulley Option


Windbreaker and Ball Cap Option


Duty Dress (any colour shirt) with Ball Cap Option


Duty Dress, Ladies Overblouse Option


Duty Dress

This order of dress is the most widely used in the RSN. It is designed to be comfortable, casual, and practical, and is meant for regular duty including time at sea, in space, or other operating environments.

  • Black pants - not jeans (or black skirt women only...except maybe for black kilts)
  • Dress shirt (any colour) with epaulettes or black Navel windbreaker with any shirt underneath, or wooley-pulley (any colour) with epaulettes, each with Approved Insignia
  • Black socks
  • Black shoes or boots (not sneakers)
  • Black ball cap with ship crest and "scrambled eggs" on the brim is optional for ship and fleet commanders

Note: Women may opt to wear a specifically designed overblouse (untucked) instead of a regular (tucked in) dress shirt.

SERVICE DRESS


Ladies Overblouse Option


Service Dress

Service dress is required for courts-martial and diplomatic functions, or when you just feel like standing out.

  • Black dress pants or kilt for men, black skirt for women
  • White dress shirt with epaulettes, with Approved Insignia
  • White peak cap with Navey cap badge (no gold braid on peak for junior officers, one row of gold braid for senior officers, two rows for Admiralty)
  • Black socks
  • Black dress shoes

Note: Women may opt to wear a specifically designed overblouse (untucked) instead of a regular (tucked in) dress shirt.

TROPICAL DRESS


Tropical Dress

The tropical bush jacket is a good option that is approved for wear while on duty in the tropics, or anywhere on those really hot, sunny days when wearing black will make you melt.

  • White short-sleeved bush jacket with belt and Approved Insignia
  • White pants
  • White peak cap with Navey cap badge (no gold braid on peak for junior officers, one row of gold braid for senior officers, two rows for Admiralty)
  • White socks
  • White dress shoes

MESS DRESS


Mess Dress

For formal functions and command performances at black or white tie affairs, mess dress may be worn instead of regular civilian formal wear.

  • Tuxedo (no tailcoats) with gold sleeve braid and shoulder boards
  • Full medals/Orders optional