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Imperial military uniforms

Various uniforms were worn by the officers and technicians of the martial forces of the Galactic Empire. Officers wore a gaberwool uniform consisting of a double-breasted tunic with a round collar and matching trousers, a pair of black boots, a belt and often times a kepi cap. Due to the nature of technicians' work, they wore more lightweight boilersuits, again with a belt and command cap. While free of medals and battle ribbons, officer's uniforms could feature a rank insignia plaque and up…

Imperial Variants in Rogue One

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John Mollo - The Military Fashion of Starwars and Alien - Sci-Fi-O-Rama

So then, what connects this selection of Imperialist Russian Military dress to George Lucas’s original Star Wars and Ridley Scott’s Alien? Well, that’s actually a slight trick question as the answer is not what but who, Oscar-winning British costume designer and author John Mollo. I first became aware of and interested in John Mollo’s work […]

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Grand Moff

Grand Moff was a political title in the hierarchy of the Galactic Empire.7 Grand Moffs were governors of Oversectors, which were grouped star systems and sectors that demonstrated signs of unrest.8 Oversectors and the rank of Grand Moff were both created at the suggestion of Governor Wilhuff Tarkin1 in 14 BBY.2 Tarkin became the first ever Grand Moff.1 As a symbol of their charge, Grand Moffs bore a rank insignia plaque with twelve colored squaresa row of six blue squares over a row of three…

Defender Wishlists 2013: The Empire Strikes Back

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New Images From 'Rogue One' Deleted Scenes Revealed

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Shaef Corssin

Shaef Corssin2 was a male human who served as a captain in the starfleet of the Galactic Empire. Around the time of the Battle of Scarif, Corssin was the commander of the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer Devastator, which served as Darth Vader's flagship.1 He was noted for being competent and fiercely focused.2 1 Behind the scenes 2 Appearances 3 Sources 4 Notes and references Shaef Corrsin first appeared in the film 2016 Star Wars Anthology film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. He was portrayed…

Nice to see Imperial Officers in the new SOLO featurette.

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