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Guerilla Garment
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Icon-side-blufor.png Loyalists
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF (BH)
Icon-side-greenfor.png Smugglers
Armour rating None
Mass 30
Storage capacity 30
Games
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The Guerilla Garment is an outfit worn by pro-AAF paramilitary fighters, criminals, Altian government Loyalists and their FIA successors in ArmA 3.

Overview

An informal outfit worn by guerilla fighters and paramilitary groups alike, Guerilla Garments combine AAF Digital-camouflaged pants with a simple shirt and a lowered shemag wrapped around the wearer's neck.

The shirt is available in either a beige tan or olive green colour. Both weigh a total of 30 "mass" to wear but only provide 30 units worth of space for storing ammunition/items. Guerilla Garments do not offer any protection from explosives or ballistic projectiles.

Variants

Guerilla Outfit

Guerilla Outfit
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Icon-side-blufor.png Loyalists
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF (BH)
Icon-side-greenfor.png Smugglers
Armour rating None
Mass 30
Storage capacity 30
Games
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Unlike regular Guerilla Garments, the Guerilla Outfit features a poloshirt with rolled-up sleeves and cargo pants.

It is available in three varieties: one with a green checkered poloshirt and dark grey cargo pants, another with in black and tan and lastly, in dark grey/olive green.

The outfits all weigh the same and provide identical storage capacities as Guerilla Garments.

Guerilla Uniform

Guerilla Outfit
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Icon-side-blufor.png Loyalists
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF (BH)
Icon-side-greenfor.png Smugglers
Armour rating None
Mass 40
Storage capacity 40
Games
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Worn by AAF defectors and senior FIA officers/cell leaders, it is a stripped down version of AAF Officer fatigues with khaki pants and a white shemag.

The uniform weighs a total of 40 units (unloaded) and also provides 40 units worth of space.

Guerilla Apparel

Guerilla Apparel
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Icon-side-blufor.png Loyalists
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF (BH)
Icon-side-greenfor.png Smugglers
Armour rating None
Mass 30
Storage capacity 30
Games
Arma3.icon.png

The Guerilla Apparel consists of an olive green sweater and brown/khaki pants.

They are identical to regular Guerilla Garments with regards to "mass" capacity/weight.

Guerilla Smocks

Guerilla Smocks
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Icon-side-blufor.png Loyalists
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF (BH)
Icon-side-greenfor.png Smugglers
Armour rating None
Mass 50
Storage capacity 50
Games
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Intended for hunters, this variant features mud brown-coloured smocks, faded blue jeans and an olive green shemag wrapped around the wearer's neck.

Guerilla Smocks provide 20 additional units worth of space, raising the total to 50 "mass". However, it is also just as heavy with a weight of 50 "mass" to put on.

Combat Fatigues (Stavrou)

Combat Fatigues (Stavrou)
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png FIA
Armour rating None
Mass 40
Storage capacity 40
Games
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Worn exclusively by FIA leader Kostas Stavrou, this version features a dark brown/pale khaki undershirt with black cargo pants.

It weighs and provides the same amount of "mass" as regular Guerilla Outfits.

Trivia

  • On release, Stavrou's unique Combat Fatigues always had tattoos applied onto the wearer's arms regardless of their ethnicity. In a similar fashion to Nikos Panagopoulos' smuggler clothing, the arms shared the same texture with the uniform until they were properly separated in later patches.
  • The Guerilla Smocks were not initially available upon ArmA 3's release, and were only added after the campaign's second episode.
    • The Guerilla Apparel was similarly not included until the release of the free Bootcamp Update.
    • Likewise, olive-coloured Guerilla Garments were only added after the Laws of War DLC.
The information below details unused, pre-release or removed content.
  • Upon release of the main campaign's second episode, the Guerilla Smocks were coloured in yellow like the Hunting Clothes.
    • The original Guerilla Smocks.

      This was later changed to the current mud brown texture following the third episode, possibly in an attempt to better distinguish it from the civilian hunter uniform.
    • The icon for the deprecated version is still available within the game files, and can be added through scripting commands (Classname: U_BG_Guerilla3_2). However, it shares the same appearance of the Guerilla Apparel since the original unit has been refactored and no longer uses its texture.

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See also

Wearable uniforms in ArmA 3
Level II FatiguesFull Ghillie [CSAT]Granit (Tracksuit) • Pilot Coveralls [CSAT]
Level III Special Purpose Suit
Armourless Aid Worker ClothesCBRN SuitCombat Fatigues [AAF]Combat Fatigues [LDF]Combat Fatigues [NATO]Commoner Clothes (Casual, Worn) • Competitor SuitConstruction CoverallCTRG Combat Uniform (Stealth) • Driver CoverallFormal Suit (T-Shirt) • Full GhillieGendarmerie UniformGuerilla Garment (Outfit, Smocks, Apparel, Combat Fatigues) • Heli Pilot CoverallsHunting ClothesJacket and ShortsJournalist ClothesLight FatiguesLooter Clothes (T-Shirt, Deserter) • Marshal ClothesMechanic ClothesParade Uniform (Decorated) • Paramedic OutfitParamilitary Garb (Bandit) • Pilot CoverallsScientist OutfitSport Clothes (Summer) • Tanker CoverallsVR SuitWetsuitWorker Coveralls (Farmer, Scientist)
(Parenthesis) denote variants.
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