The Rebel Marines feature in the Battle of Scarif. The Battle of Scarif was the first major battle fought in 0 BBY between the Alliance to Restore the Republic and the Galactic Empire, marking the beginning of the five-year Galactic Civil War. (Source Wookieepedia)
Hoth-style soft cap in coyote brown or blue with replica communication device and tactical goggles. Replica communication device must be proportional to the wearer. Goggles may have clear, smoke, or yellow tinted lenses.
M1-style helmet with tan cloth helmet cover, and green or dark grey replica outer ring. Cloth helmet cover should have ribbed strip on the top that does not extend past the replica outer ring. Screen accurate logo may be placed on front left of replica outer ring. Rubber band circling outer ring, flashlight, and pill box may be present but are optional.
AN-H-15 cloth cap (or replica) and green or dark grey “donut” rigid outer ring. A ribbed strip on the top and cloth bill should be present on the cloth cap. Screen accurate logo may be placed on front left of replica outer ring.
Accurate helmet with rounded front, pointed back, and five ridges along the top (Eskro Casrich-style, see Rogue One Visual Dictionary). Screen accurate logo may be placed on front left of helmet.
-Choose one variation-
Zip-up canvas jacket in khaki, brown, or dark blue with military style stand collar. Sleeves should have row of tan stripes from shoulder to cuff. Stripes should be approximately 1.5 inches in width.
M69-style flak vest in dark blue, brown, or tan with accurate greeblie on upper left chest, color matching pouch on left chest below the greeblie, and adjustment strapping. Optional color detail on right shoulder may be present in yellow or red and white.
Russian Gorka top type III (button down) or IV (pullover) of olive-green fabric with brown reinforcement panels.
U.S. Medium Olive Drab Nylon Grenade Vest, dyed black with yellow detail on the two grenade pouches on the upper right shoulder. The grenade pocket tabs, grenade pocket edge tape, and the vest’s edge tape are painted brown.
Sten Machine Carbine Magazine sash-style bandolier.
Pullover canvas jacket with Velcro neck closure in blue or khaki. Left sleeve has two pouches half way between the shoulder and elbow. Right sleeve has accurate emblem at the shoulder.
Screen accurate, open-backed vest in brown or dark blue with accurate greeblie on left chest and yellow detail on upper right chest. Greeblie on lower right chest may be present but is optional.
BDU-style pants in chocolate, coyote brown, khaki, or dark blue with cargo pocket on each outer thigh. Pants may have accurate padding sewn in to knees. Pant legs are worn inside the boots.
PLCE belt in tan or olive. Belt closure should be roll pin-style or silver buckle with accurate greeblie.
Chelsea-style boot in brown or black leather (can be suede). No visible laces.
-Choose one variation-
Swiss military-style leather gaiters with three straps across the back and one that goes under the arch of the boot.
Gaiters should match boot color regardless of style.
1. Black sniper scarf
2. Sterling SMG magazine carrier bandolier
3. Sten Machine Carbine Magazine bandolier
4. Olive French three grenade pouch
5. Olive drab military satchel or pouch
6. Greek Thompson mag pouch with accurate tubes filling the pouch
7. Field ration pouch with accurate emblem
8. Beige gauntlets with accurate greeblie on the left wrist
9. Blaster: (Unless local laws prohibit or strongly discourage carrying anything that looks like a firearm)
a) A-300 in carbine, rifle, or sniper configuration
Standard reviewed and agreed by the Costume Standards Committee: 22 January 2018
PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)