Largely pulled from the human species, two AT-ST pilots were trained to be primarily responsible for keeping an AT-ST walker moving at speed through uneven terrain, utilizing its offensive capabilities for reconnaissance and anti-personnel hunting missions.
Uniform and equipmentEdit
AT-ST pilots wore one-piece light grey jumpsuits with basic armor plating underneath and Imperial crests on both shoulders. The drivers' feet were protected by a pair of calf-high black boots, and their hands by fire-resistant black gauntlets. The belt that came with the jumpsuit was made of a black, leather-like material, with a metallic buckle featuring an identity disk.
AT-ST pilots wore a field grey open-face helmet consisting of a dome with a rim and a helmet skirt. Identity disks were positioned on both sides of the skirt, and a telemetry receiver unit was attached to the right side of the dome, aligned to the rim. A black trim covered the edge of the skirt and the forehead of the dome. A black chin strap helped holding the helmet in place. A pair of blast goggles that had a square-like frame with angled sides and dark lenses protected the driver's eyes.
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