Soviet Uniform

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This is required equipment for Soviet Reconnaissance Troops participants.

All Soviet participants are required to have at least two of any of the below uniforms.

  • Can be any combination of the authorized styles/patterns.
  • Styles/patterns must be matched when worn - as a compete uniforms not mismatched.

Authorized Uniforms

  • Soviet Gorka Oversuits are authorized as a standalone uniform if absolutely necessary, weather permitting.
  • Camo Oversuits do not count as a standalone uniform (they are an oversuit to be worn over the uniform).


Click on Soviet Sizing for information on determining your Soviet Uniform Sizing.

M88 Afghanka


M88 Afghanka, a Brown/Khaki colored uniform that saw use during the Soviet/Afghan war, well into the late 1990's.

  • The Olive Green variant is also acceptable for Operation: East Wind.
  • The Polyester mix variant (called "Glass") is acceptable for Operation: East Wind.



VSR or "Dubok" or "Scholfield" Pattern.

  • This pattern was in development as the Soviet Union fell and was the first pattern for the Russian Federation's armed forces.
  • This pattern, in all shades is authorized for Operation: East Wind.



TTSKO (Soviet, not Ukrainian)

  • This pattern was issued in the mid to late 1980's and saw service through the early 1990's.
  • The Soviet original is authorized, Ukrainian copies are not.



M69 HEBE (Herringbone Twill)

  • These uniforms are 1960's design, but still saw service into the 1980's.
  • These uniforms were constructed to be worn with Jackboots only.
  • You will not wear a Kepi with this uniform, but a Pilotka.