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Fans will never really understand exactly why there have been so many variations to Star Trek’s costume color choices, let alone why these choices have occasionally contradicted each other.

a b " Star Trek: TNG: An Oral History". Entertainment Weekly. September 25, 2007 . Retrieved May 7, 2011. The Star Trek creators then did make a few fumbles when clothing cast members, and there were a few inconsistent color scheme choices, and occasional random swapping throughout. Despite the fact that there were a few unintentional alterations and mishaps, the red, blue and gold color scheme was well received and has thus become the canon color scheme within the Star Trek community. Star Trek Fleet Command expands its universe with the launch of a brand new arc, Star Trek: The Next Generation! The rank indicators used in the pilots and the production series differed because Roddenberry and Theiss had not yet worked out a consistent system for officer-grade indicators on the uniforms; this they would do after the second pilot.

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A Starfleet insignia is worn on the left breast: this also functions as a communicator badge. This combadge insignia was redesigned for the movie Star Trek Generations (the only surviving part of a planned redesign of the uniforms), replacing the oval with a trapezoid with a cutout oval in the center. [14] This new combadge is also used in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine from season three onward, and in Star Trek: Voyager. The uniform design for the reboot basically recreates the original series uniforms, but with some cosmetic changes. Some licensed Star Trek publications present some insignia that contradict the ones shown on screen or in other publications. For example, the second and third editions of The Star Trek Encyclopedia offer differing insignia for various Starfleet ranks. [23] Additionally, some Star Trek publications, including officially licensed ones, posit additional ranks that are not seen or mentioned in live-action productions. Join Millions of players -- forge alliances, defeat your enemies, and build an epic fleet to secure, or dominate, the galaxy. Trimble, Bjo. (1982). On the good ship Enterprise: my 15 years with Star Trek. Norfolk: Donning. p.264. ISBN 0-89865-253-7. OCLC 8588232.Gold trimming has also been seen on uniforms of different colors like red or blue, and is used to indicate the rank and command level of that member within that class in those cases. This is done by adding accents, piping, trimming, and embellishments. The ranking was also depicted by the number of stripes on the sleeve – the more stripes, the higher the ranking. Starship duty [ edit ] The delta insignia iconic of duty aboard Starfleet starships. This version bears an elongated star to designate the command division. Star Trek uniforms are costumes worn by actors portraying personnel of a fictitious Starfleet in various television series and films in the Star Trek science fiction franchise. During the various series, the costume design has often changed to represent different time periods and for reasons of appearance and comfort. Sometimes different styles were deliberately mixed to enhance the sense of time travel or alternative universes.

Rank for admirals (as worn by Admiral Alexander Marcus) is indicated by 1 to 5 paired diamond-shaped gold-metal "pips" worn on the flag officer tunic's shoulder-boards. Marcus is described as a fleet Admiral (usually equivalent to a NATO five-star military rank) and wears 5 paired gold pips on his shoulder-boards. There are other ranks mentioned in the movies (Kirk himself is offered the rank of Vice-Admiral in Star Trek: Beyond). If the rank scheme is similar to NATO ranks they would be: commodores wear 1 paired gold pip, Rear Admirals wear 2 paired gold pips, vice-admirals wear 3 paired gold pips, and admirals wear 4 paired gold pips. Alternatively, the rank of fleet captain (a senior grade of captain and brevet flag officer rank) is signified by 5 paired silver pips, and the rank of admiral is always signified by 5 paired gold pips regardless of grade. This did not deter from the intended purpose of the colors used, and fans seemed to gather the overall point of the color system. Regardless of the color shade outcomes and technical issues, the outlining choice and designation of uniforms were in fact very organized and intentional when Star Trek was originally written. Star Trek’s color ranking systemPilot version [ edit ] The original uniform as worn by Captain Christopher Pike and First Officer " Number One" in the first pilot " The Cage", and by Captain James T. Kirk in the second pilot " Where No Man Has Gone Before" J. J. Abrams' Star Trek series takes place in a parallel universe starting in 2233 (James T. Kirk's birth year), known as the "Kelvin timeline" for the fact it was created when the late twenty-fourth century Romulan Nero destroyed the USS Kelvin, on which Kirk's parents served. Kirk's father is killed, and Jim Kirk is born in space three months prematurely after his mother is evacuated from the Kelvin.

The original uniform designs were the product of costume designer Bill Theiss. These uniforms consisted of a colored top and dark pants, with significant variations between the designs used in the pilot episodes and the rest of the series. Theiss designed a shield-shaped badge in 1964 which he called the "arrowhead", with input from Roddenberry. This came to be known as the Star Trek delta insignia, and has since become iconic of the Starship Enterprise and the entire Star Trek franchise. Roddenberry's intent was that personnel of all starfleet starships would wear this, but in production of the second season episode " The Omega Glory", Theiss mistakenly got the idea that each starship would have a unique insignia, from the fact that some starship officers in an earlier episode " Charlie X" wore a different insignia (see Civilian starship duty). He therefore designed a rectangular insignia worn by the captain and the chief medical officer of the USS Exeter. Shortly before October 7, 2018, a December 18, 1967, memo to Theiss from producer Bob Justman was discovered. Justman noticed the error while reviewing footage and consulted with Roddenberry, who clarified that this indeed was a mistake: all Starfleet starship personnel are to wear the delta insignia as seen on the Enterprise crew uniform. Footage was not reshot to correct the error, but Justman made it clear it was not to be repeated. Going forward, the delta symbol remained consistent for all starship personnel, as seen in “ Court Martial" and " The Tholian Web". [7] Command: Including helm and navigation functions; the basic delta with an elongated star is worn on a gold tunic and the captain's special green tunic. Including ranking titles such as captain, commander, lieutenant, and various subordinate roles, there were many official authority titles that were already familiar to the shows’ viewers. While this could potentially be due to the writer’s career history prior to the story’s creation, it may have also served as a point of familiarity for viewers at a time where sci-fi themes were not overly popular or well received. Harvey, Aaron (June 22, 2017). "A Close-Up Look At 'Star Trek: Discovery' Uniforms [INFOGRAPHIC]". . Retrieved August 28, 2017.The early first season episode " Charlie X" shows the captain and first officer of the Antares wearing a differently shaped insignia. As Roddenberry clarified The first Star Trek movie opened over a decade after The Original Series ended, and changing times meant a change in the look. The tricolors went out the window starting with Star Trek: The Motion Picture in favor of muted, neutral tones such as brown, beige, and sky blue. No particular significance was connected to specific colors. Instead, the Star Trek symbol on the uniform's left breast contained a color circle behind the delta, coded to match the wearer's department. Starfleet Academy cadets wear a smaller, pewter-colored version of the Evening Starflower worn by Starbase personnel. A simulacrum of Kirk's academy rival and bully Finnegan is seen wearing it in " Shore Leave (Star Trek: The Original Series)". this was due to their service on a civilian (merchant marine) vessel, but led to Theiss' mistaken idea that every starship had a unique insignia.

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