Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Rapture - S5-E10

Corrected entry: In the first episode of season 5, Starfleet issued new uniforms, a redressed version of the 'casual duty uniform' from the earlier seasons and what would amount to as the 'standard duty uniform' from Star Trek: Voyager. The only problem is that Captain Sisko was wearing his combadge well into the grey part, and not on the black part of the uniform, like everyone else. He never does it again, only for episode one of season five.

Correction: Starfleet seems to allow a certain amount of leeway with uniforms, such as having the jacket open to different lengths. As long as Sisko can reach the badge, and it doesn't affect his duty in any way, I'm sure that Starfleet isn't bothered where he puts the badge.

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