Service Dress Uniform: C-12 through C-17

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Service Dress Uniform: Royal Manticoran Merchant Marine

The service dress uniform is the standard uniform for personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 for all but the most formal of activities.


Uniform

Tunic

Personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 will wear a short, Eisenhower style, tunic in navy blue. The tunic should fall to the wearers waist when worn. This tunic does not feature a plastron (bib). The tunic will zip up the front and features a zipper flap, closing to the right, that hides the zipper from view. The collar is mandarin, in the same styling as those found on the uniform tunics of the Star Empires' armed forces. The tunic does not feature epaulets, or shoulder loops. Additionally, personnel will trim their tunic with 1/4" grosgrain ribbon. The trim will be placed along the upper collar, and extend down the outer edge of the zipper flap. Regardless of the department, the trim color for all personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 will be yellow gold.

Undershirt

Personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 may wear a white, close fitting, mock turtleneck or a white, mandarin collar, dress shirt. The dress shirt should be worn closed at the neck.

Trousers

Personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 will wear navy blue uniform trousers and a navy blue uniform belt with a gold military friction buckle. The trousers are worn bloused with black, low-topped boots, or worn unbloused with shined, black, military style, low quarters.

Service Dress Uniform Example
C-12 through C-17
This image shows a member of the Deck Department
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Headgear

All ranks will wear a navy blue RMMM beret with the RMMM flash positioned over the left eye

Standard RMMM Beret
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Branch Patch

All ranks will wear the RMMM patch affixed to the upper right sleeve.

RMMM Branch Patch
RMMM-Branch-Patch.png


Assignment and Company Patches

Personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 will wear their assignment patch and company patch affixed to the upper left sleeve.

Standard Assignment Patch Example
RMMS Morning Star
Company Patch Example
Karstadt Lines, Karstadt Group Ldt.
RMMM-Assignment Patch-Example.png
Karstadt Lines.png


Name Badge

All ranks will wear a gold, metal, name badge with black lettering. The name badge should be affixed to the right breast of the uniform tunic with clutch pins or magnets. The name badge features the wearers LAST NAME, FIRST INITIAL. Those personnel honored with a Peerage in The Royal Manticoran Navy, The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, may elect to display their Peerage name instead. For example: CALABASAS. For proper placement, please see the measurement guide graphics at the bottom of this page.

RMMM Name Badge
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Rank Insignia

Personnel in the grades of C-12 through C-17 will display rank insignia on each collar. Additionally, they will display the appropriate number of stripes for their current rank, as well as their departmental insignia on the cuff of each sleeve. The rank insignia and stripes will be gold or silver as appropriate, and the departmental insignia will be embroidered in a gold metallic that matches the rank stripes. Departmental Insignia should be 1" across and either 1", or appropriately proportional, in height. For proper placement, please see the measurement guide graphics at the bottom of this page.

Tunic Collar
C-12
C12 SDC-RMMM.png
Fourth Officer
C-12
Deck Department
Fourth Engineer
C-12
Engineering Department
Junior Purser
C-12
Catering/Hotel Department
Nurse
C-12
Medical Department
C12 Sleeve-Fourth Officer.png
C12 Sleeve-Fourth Engineer.png
C12 Sleeve-Junior Purser.png
C12 Sleeve-Nurse.png


Tunic Collar
C-13
C13 SDC-RMMM.png
Third Officer
C-13
Deck Department
Third Engineer
C-13
Engineering Department
Purser
C-13
Catering/Hotel Department
Senior Nurse
C-13
Medical Department
C13 Sleeve-Third Officer.png
C13 Sleeve-Third Engineer.png
C13 Sleeve-Purser.png
C13 Sleeve-Senior Nurse.png


Tunic Collar
C-15
C15 SDC-RMMM.png
Second Officer
C-15
Deck Department
Second Engineer
C-15
Engineering Department
Assistant Cruise Director
C-15
Catering/Hotel Department
Assistant Merchant Surgeon
C-15
Medical Department
C15 Sleeve-Second Officer.png
C15 Sleeve-Second Engineer.png
C15 Sleeve-Asst Cruise Director.png
C15 Sleeve-Asst Merch Surgeon.png


Tunic Collar
C-16
C16 SDC-RMMM.png
First Officer
C-16
Deck Department
First Engineer
C-16
Engineering Department
Cruise Director
C-16
Catering/Hotel Department
Merchant Surgeon
C-16
Medical Department
C16 Sleeve-First Officer.png
C16 Sleeve-First Engineer.png
C16 Sleeve-Cruise Director.png
C16 Sleeve-Merchant Surgeon.png


Tunic Collar
C-17
Deck Department
Tunic Collar
C-17
Engineering Department
C17D SDC-RMMM.png
C17E SDC-RMMM.png
Ship Master (Captain)
C-17
Deck Department
Chief Engineer
C-17
Engineering Department
C17D Sleeve-Ship Master.png
C17E Sleeve-Chief Engineer.png

Awards

Ribbons

All ranks may display ribbons, if earned, on the left breast of the uniform tunic. For proper placement, please see the measurement guide graphics at the bottom of this page.

Aerospace Wings and Space Warfare Pin

All ranks are authorized to wear aerospace wings, if earned, directly above the ribbons of the left breast of the uniform tunic. Additionally, personnel are authorized to display a space warfare pin, if earned, directly below the ribbons on the left breast of the uniform tunic. The wings and space warfare pins are metal and should be gold or silver, as appropriate. For proper placement, please see the measurement guide graphics at the bottom of this page.

Officer Aerospace Wings Example
May be worn by C-12 through C-17 if earned.
Officer Space Warfare Pin
May be worn by C-12 through C-17 if earned.
RMN Aerospace Wings Officer.png
SWP-Officer.png

For more information on the Aerospace Wings, the different varieties, and how to earn them, please click here.
For more information on the Space Warfare Pins, including how to earn them, please click here.

Award Stripes

All ranks may display award stripes, if earned, on the upper right sleeve of the uniform tunic, below the RMMM patch. The stripes are worn on the outer part of the sleeve and run from the back sleeve seam to the front sleeve seam at an angle. The ends of the stripes should be folded over, or ideally, tucked into the seams. For proper placement, please see the measurement guide graphics at the bottom of this page.

Chivalrous Orders

Members may display any earned chivalrous awards that are represented by an award ribbon or a chest star. The wearing of awards that hang about the neck (with the exception of the Parliamentary Medal of Valor and the Star of Grayson) and those represented by a sash are specifically prohibited with the Service Dress Uniform. For more information on this topic please consult TRMN-05, "Proper Wear and Display of the Knightly Orders and Chivalrous Awards."


Measurement Guide

Right Arm Example
All Ranks
Left Arm Example
C-12 through C-17
Both Arms Cuff Example
C-12 through C-17
RightArmAllOthers-RMMM.png
LeftArmWorking-RMMM-C12-C17.png
RMMM C12-17 CUFF ARRANGEMENT.png
Tunic Detail
C-12 through C-17
Collar Detail
C-12 through C-17
SDUFront-RMMM-C12-C17.png
Collar Detail-RMMM-SDU.png

Wearing of Arms

If authorized by company leadership to carry personal arms, a plain black, tactical style, gun belt may be worn with a standard Manticoran military sidearm and its accompanying drop leg holster. The belt should be worn under the tunic at the waist of the trousers.


Necessaries

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