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  • "The Official Agent Uniform"

The U.S. Marshals Uniform...

How do you spot a real Marshal? There are two main combinations of clothing options (pictured above). Agents are open to choose either, create their own, or work completely undercover dressed as a civilian. It is important to have a uniform presence when possible though, to deter possible criminal activity through a visible increased presence.

"Official Agent" Attire:

Hats:
- None required; ear defenders, bulletproof helmets, and flight caps (by pilots) can be worn.

Sunglasses:
- None required; anything professional looking allowed.

Jacket:
- Navy Track Jacket w/ Crew Emblem on the back.

Bulletproof Vest:
- None required; any allowed. Jacket can be removed if wearing vest.

Shirt Options:
- Silver Tucked
- White Tucked
- Blue Tucked

Ties:
- Navy, Blue, Black, or Gray ties required with the official uniform.

Pants Options:
- Black Pants
- Blue Pants
- Gray Pants
- Gray Baggy Pants
- Blue Baggy Pants
- Black Baggy Pants

Boots Options:
- Anything professional looking.

"Street Officer" Attire:

Hats:
- None required; ear defenders, bulletproof helmets, and flight caps (by pilots) can be worn.

Sunglasses:
- None required; anything professional looking allowed.

Jackets:
- None allowed.

Bulletproof Vest:
- None required; any allowed.

Shirt:
- Charcoal T-Shirt w/ Crew Emblem on the front over the heart.

Pants Options:
- Olive Cargo Pants
- Khaki Cargo Pants
- Navy Cargo Pants
- Taupe Cargo Pants
- Black Cargo Pants
- Black Camo Cargo Pants
- Woodland Camo Cargo Pants
- Black Stripe Sweatpants

Boots Options:
- Anything professional looking.

"Other" Attire:

Officers may choose to wear U.S. Marshal emblem branded clothing while on duty, no matter what it is, as long as it is intended to look somewhat legitimate. Check out these real crew examples: