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[New] Blue Squadron U-wing Pilot

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2020 10:19 pm    Post subject: [New] Blue Squadron U-wing Pilot Reply with quote

This is for a new standard for the Blue Squadron U-wing Pilot.

This standard is based on the the X-wing standard where costume pieces match, forum discussions, and rewrite guidelines. All feedback and recommendations are welcome. Please provide reference photos or reasoning for your change if possible. I will update this first post with changes as they are discussed. Thanks for the help!

Standard Name: Blue Squadron U-wing Pilot
Primary Detachment: Starfighter Command
Submission Date: 
Existing Standard URL:

Front Image
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Back / Second View Image
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Source: Movie Still
  
Character Description

Blue Squadron was an air speeder and starfighter squadron that served as part of the Rebel Alliance's starfighter corps during the Galactic Civil War. The squadron most notably participated in battles such as the Battle of Scarif, Siege on Tureen VII, the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor. The members were skilled pilots, and wore unique blue flight suits during the early stages of the war. (Source: Wookieepedia)

Required Items

Flight Suit
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Required Details
• Petroleum blue one-piece flight suit/coveralls
• Fabric has a slight sheen  (such as acetate or bomber silk) with sufficient weight to create a puffy look
• Contrasting top stitching in a beige-colored thread
• Front zipper is hidden by a strip of the same material as the flight suit
• Sleeves have knife pleats from the bottom of the collar to the wrist
• Each pleat is approximately 1/2″/1.3 cm wide
• Pleats are made of an off-white fabric of similar material to that of the suit, a shade darker than the color of the flak vest
• The pleating is inset with piping along the edges
• The strip of pleats is approximately 3″/7.6 cm wide
• Collar closes at the front
• Collar is padded and has a horizontal gray/silver zipper along the sides and back to create the appearance of a hidden hood.
• Commpad pocket on left sleeve with an open“window” sits above the wrist and is made of the same fabric as the suit
• There are two chest pockets with curved openings that wrap around the sides of the torso, one on each side
• There are two upper thigh pockets with curved openings, one on each leg
• The wearer's right front thigh has a cargo-style knee pad pocket with a rectangular frame at the top and a bottom flap with blue/dark gray webbing pull tab
• There is a charcoal/dark gray vertical, rectangular pocket on the wearer's left front thigh approximately 4"/10.2 cm tall and 2.5"/6.35cm with a vertical gray/silver zipper
• Rectangular shaped pocket on the lower portion on the outside of each leg with horizontal gray/silver zipper at the top
• There is a charcoal/dark gray vertical, rectangular pocket at the center of each leg that reaches down to the bottom of the pant leg with a vertical gray/silver zipper
Optional Details
• Collar closes at the front with two snaps
• There are two grommets on the front of the suit with pull strings through them at the waist
• Right front thigh cargo-style knee pad pocket has a side pen pocket

Flak Vest
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Required Details
• Flak vest consists of a front and back panel made of off-white material (ballistic nylon or similar fabric) that is weathered
• It is contoured to fit over the chest and back 
• The two panels are connected together by straps approximately 2”/5 cm over the shoulder
• The flak vest is proportional to the wearer
• Both panels have a series of horizontal ribs created by inserting 0.25″/.65 cm tubing (or similar sized material) through fabric tubes prepared for the tubing.
• Ribs are separated from each other by a space that is the same width as a finished rib
• The two panels connect at the middle of the front panel and bottom of the back panel sides with straps of 1” webbing similar in color to the vest using a strap adjuster style buckle
• Front Panel 
      - The top of the front panel sits 1-2"/2.5-5 cm below the collar
      - The panel covers most of the torso
      - The top half of the panel is fitted and contours over the chest 
      - The bottom half of the panel tapers at a diagonal on each side and has a horizontal flat bottom 6-9"/15.25-22.85 cm
      - There are two equally spaced rib at the top (near the collar)      - Immediately below the two top ribs,there is a flat wide area with approximately 8 horizontal rows of top stitching that is approximately 0.25″/.635 cm apart, for a total of approximately 2”/5 cm of flat area      - Immediately below the flat wide area, there are 4-6 ribs that gradually get longer to the torso to curve around the arm 
      - Immediately below there are 4-6 ribs of the same length that extend to approximately 3"/10.16 cm 
      - There are 9-11 ribs total in the middle section under the flat wide area
      - The remaining area has a flat wide area with 11-13 horizontal rows of top stitching that is approximately 0.25″/.635 cm apart, for a total of approximately 5”/12.7 cm of flat area
• Back Panel:
      - The bottom of the back panel covers approximately half of the wearer's back
      - The top of the back panel sits approximately even with the top of the front panel
      - The back panel has 12-14 equally spaced ribs at the top proportional to wearer
      - There is a gap approximately 1.25”/3.18 cm with a track for webbing and the center open showing approximately 4"/10.16 cm of webbing
      - There are 2 ribs below the gap
Optional Details
• Back panel webbing has a strap adjuster style buckle

Chest box: WILL BE UPDATED
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Required Details
• Shape
• Top section
• Left Gray Box
• Top right section
• Bottom section
• Connected parts
• Where it sits
• Attachments

Flak Vest Greeblie: 
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Required Details
• Square greeblie approximately 1"/2.5 cm with a disc on top
• Attached to the Flak Vest under the corner of the chest box on the wearer's left 

Ejection Harness: 
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Required Details
• Made of off-white or beige webbing approximately 2”/5 cm wide
• 2 front straps extend from under the flak vest with the attachment hidden by the flak vest
• Each strap extends just past the wearer's knee and loops around the leg just below the back of the knee.  
• Harness is weathered
Optional Details
• Front strap loop is adjustable with a slider used to connect the loop

Belt: 
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Required Details
• Belt is made of off-white or beige webbing approximately 2”/5 cm wide 
• Silver roll-pin buckle
• Off-white or beige webbing loops the same color and material as the belt, approximately 1”/2.5 cm, are sewn on left and right sides divided into six loops on each side
• Free end of belt is tucked in to a fabric loop to keep secured
• Belt is weathered

Rogue One Commpad
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Required Details
• An accurately-styled Rogue One specific commpad 
• Visible in the commpad pocket of flight suit

Gloves
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Required Details
• Gray, beige, or black gauntlet gloves in a heavy fabric, suede, or suede-like material
• The gauntlet has five to six lines of pleated stitching going all the way around
• There are four wider pleats on the top of the hand with the first three pleats that are closest to the fingers being the same size but smaller than the lower pleat, which is wider
Optional Details
• There is a small strap attached on the inside top of the wrist behind the thumb 

Glove Commpad 
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Required Details
• White thin rectangular base with teeth on the upper edge, triangular slope, and a red screen or mesh in the center of the slope
• Attached to the gauntlet of the left glove and positioned with the teeth facing to the wearer’s left (little finger side of the hand)

Leg Flare Holder with Rogue One Specific Leg Flares
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Required Details
• The holder is olive drab or dark gray in color and is made of webbing or fabric
• Running the center of the holder is a thinner strap of the same material sectioned off into eight loops
• Each holder loop contains a leg flare
• Leg flares are silver in color
• Each leg flare is cylindrical in shape, starts off narrower at the top, has a wider portion at the middle, and narrows in at the bottom. Each has a wide ring, and then narrows once again to a flat end
• Holder wraps around either lower leg and is fastened together in the back• The zipper pocket and flight suit at the bottom of the leg is visible below the holder 

Boots
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Required Details
• Boots are black leather or leather-like
• Boots are approximately mid-calf high pull-on style with low heels
• Boots are void of laces or ankle buckles.  Buckles ate the top of the boots are acceptable if covered by blousing the suit legs to hide it
• Black zippers may be visible on the inside of the leg

Optional Items
Your costume must have at least one of the following items:
• U-wing pilot helmet with accurate style and decor. Original Trilogy or Rogue One variations are acceptable.
• Six to twelve belt flares that are silver air line hose connector fittings or replicas of similar shape and detail to fit in belt loops. A mix of empty and filled flare loops are acceptable with no more than six flares per side.

Reference Gallery
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