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Parade Uniform
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png NATO
Icon-side-redfor.png CSAT
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF
Icon-side-greenfor.png LDF
Armour rating None
Mass 30
Storage capacity 20
Games
Arma3.icon.png

The Parade Uniform is a multi-faction outfit in ArmA 3. It was added with the release of the Art of War DLC.

Overview

Strictly worn outside of combat for occasions where business attire is called for, Parade Uniforms are fashioned according to each military's requirements. They are intended for public functions ranging from national parades to memorial services, and should be worn alongside a matching cap.

Parade Uniforms do not provide any enhanced safety from either small arms projectiles or explosives. They offer only 20 units worth of space for storing ammunition/items and weigh a total of 30 "mass".

Variants

Decorated

Parade Uniform (Decorated)
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Faction Icon-side-blufor.png NATO
Icon-side-redfor.png CSAT
Icon-side-greenfor.png AAF
Icon-side-greenfor.png LDF
Armour rating None
Mass 30
Storage capacity 20
Games
Arma3.icon.png

This sub-variant features additional adornments in the form of brass buttons, ribbons, and an aiguillette strapped over the wearer's shoulder.

However, it statistically remains unchanged from the basic Parade Uniform.

Camouflage

  • US: Dark olive drab coat/tie and yellow-striped blue trousers.
  • CSAT: Brown coat, tie and pants with a black belt. The belt has the six hexagons of CSAT's emblem on a golden belt buckle.
  • AAF: Slate grey coat, tie and pants. It features a black belt with a silver buckle that has the AAF's insignia engraved into it.
  • LDF: Bluish-grey coat, tie and pants with a black belt featuring the LDF's insignia on a silver buckle.

All schemes come with a Decorated sub-variant that features pinned ribbons and aiguillettes.

Achievements

  • Arma3-achievement-dressedtoimpress.png
    Dressed to Impress
    • Have the player's avatar in the Virtual Arsenal equip either variant of the Parade Uniform (the faction does not matter).
    • The accompanying hat is not required to be worn alongside it.

Trivia

  • The U.S. Army Parade Uniforms are the only variants that lack a belt, though it can be "added" through the use of the setObjectTexture scripting command or a custom addon.
    • Additionally, they appear to be a kitbash of the U.S. Army's "Green Service Uniform" (introduced in 2021) and the "Blue Service Uniform" (now only used for formal dress).
  • In a similar fashion to some West German outfits in the Global Mobilization Creator DLC, Parade Uniforms uniquely support a limited degree of customisation in the form of unique nametags (the model specifically has a nametag selection included).
  • Despite being a (semi-) proper military faction, the Russian Spetsnaz lack a dedicated Parade Uniform of their own.

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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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