NCR trooper armor

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NCR trooper armor
FNV Trooper Outfits NCR.png
Icon NCR armor.png
NCR trooper armor
5 (JS)10
Item HP400
EffectsDisguise: NCR
NCR armor
Medium Armor
base id000ee690 (face wrap)
000ee691 (bandoleer)
000ee692 (trooper)
000ee693 (mantle)
0012116a (military police)
0013ec03-0013ec07 (dead Nelson troopers)
0010d2cd (fatigues)
Trooper helmets
DT?Item HP?
base id000ee68f (Trooper helmet)
000ee68e (Goggles helmet)
0010bee9 (MP trooper helmet)

NCR armor is the official uniform of the New California Republic Army.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

In the year 2281, the official uniform of the New California Republic Army consists of a khaki tunic with bellowed hip pockets and khaki breeches, worn with a desert facewrap and hardened leather pauldrons, black leather fingerless gloves, arm wraps, brown boots and khaki puttees. A metal breastplate with the emblem of the NCR painted on is worn in combat, attached to two leather straps on the pauldrons.

It provides a level of protection comparable with reinforced leather armor (DT of 10), quite low for its weight of 26 pounds, however with the Jury Rigging perk it is possible to use them to fix much more advanced and expensive medium armors such as combat armor and both reinforced variants.

Variants[edit | edit source]

  • NCR trooper armor is worn by NCR troopers. All the other outfits are a variant of this.
    • NCR bandoleer armor has a pocketed bandoleer wrapped around the torso to carry extra ammunition and other supplies.
    • NCR face wrap armor has the facewrap pulled over the user's face. This shields the user's face from the elements, especially with the goggles helmet on.
    • NCR mantle armor is distinguished by a camouflaged cloth wrapped around the user's shoulder. It is often seen being worn by officers but is also worn by NCO's (Sergeants and Corporals).
    • NCR Military Police armor is worn by NCR's MP officers. It is identical in appearance to the NCR trooper fatigues, except that this variant has a small black and white "MP" armband on each arm. It's helmet is black with MP written across it.
    • NCR injured trooper armor is worn by injured NCR troopers. This armor is marked as unplayable and can't be taken from the troopers corpse.
    • NCR trooper fatigues are identical in appearance to the NCR Trooper Armor, except for the chest armor. While all other NCR armors of this type have 10 DT and are Medium-class, this armor has 2 DT and is classified as light armor.

Locations[edit | edit source]

NCR bandoleer/trooper/mantle/face wrap armor[edit | edit source]

NCR trooper fatigues[edit | edit source]

  • Can be found on troopers on the New Vegas Strip. A stealth kill with a silenced weapon is an easy way to get it.
  • The NCR checkpoint just east of Novac has two troopers wearing fatigues.
  • In the Camp Guardian caves, there is a dead pack brahmin with lots of ammunition and the fatigues.
  • Can be found on NCR troopers beside the lieutenant's Tent in Primm.
  • Sergeant Kilborn wears one in the Mojave Outpost.
  • The NCR outpost between Novac and Nelson has troopers that wear the fatigues.

NCR Military Police armor[edit | edit source]

  • Can be found on troopers on the New Vegas strip and in the NCR Embassy. A stealthy kill with a silenced weapon is an easy way to get it.
  • Can be found on the MP at Camp Forlorn Hope.
  • Can be found on Private Halford in the Camp Guardian Caves. You can either kill him or let the lakelurks in the cave kill him.
  • One helmet can be found on a spike at Red Rock Canyon, but it must be stolen.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • PlayStation 3Icon ps3.png When wearing certain NCR armors: while "zooming in" without a weapon equipped a thick black line is produced across the screen as long as the player is zooming.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • Inspiration for the outfits came from British and Australian gear used around World War II.[1]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. J.E. Sawyer