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A civilian, according to international humanitarian law, is a person who is not a member of their country's armed forces. The term is also often used colloquially to refer to people who are not members of a particular profession or occupation, especially by law enforcement agencies, which often use rank structures similar to those of military units. Often, the military's main purpose and occupation is to defend the civilians from invaders. However, many civilians, such as Dr. Catherine Halsey are involved with the military.
- Main article: Civilian vehicles
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- One civilian vehicle is the Hog.
- Another civilian vehicle is the Spade.
- Cars and trucks appear through Halo 3: ODST and Halo 2.
Civilian identification number
Several civilians are known to possess civilian identification numbers which functions similar to a UNSC Service Number. It is unknown whether all civilians are supplied such a number, or just those affiliated with certain industries or groups.
Known Civilian ID numbers
- Inna Volkov: 9081-613-7122-P
- Frank O. Welker: 8813-316-0955-G
- Caleb F. Aagard: 78104-985-RBA8774
- Carris R. Pernault: 65841-100-LR0200
- Kurt M. Trevelyan: 56522-026-LDR5685
- Catherine E. Halsey: 10141-026-SRB4695
Civilians only play a side role in most of the Halo games, apart from a couple levels. Examples include the Voi factory workers in Halo 3, the civilians on Arcadia in Halo Wars, and the civilians in New Alexandria, Reach in Halo: Reach. Another example is the meta-game Sadie's Story in Halo 3: ODST.
Both civilians and civilian vehicles have an increased role and appearance in Halo: Reach. For example, in the level Exodus, the player can save civilians that are being slaughtered by Jiralhanae. Killing a civilian in Halo: Reach results in the immediate death of the player with the message, "You killed a civilian!" Alternatively on co-op, if the player kills two civilians after respawning, Noble Team will turn on the player and kill them instantly with one shot like the Arbiter and Sgt. Johnson from Halo 3. And, on the level Winter Contingency, the farmers encountered are re-skinned civilians.
Halo: Spartan Assault
Halo 5: Guardians
Civilians have a more prominent role in Halo 5: Guardians, during the Meridian story arc. The player can interact with them, gather intel in their camp, fight on their side, and discover more information on their lives.
Civilian factory workers in Halo 3.
Arcadian Citizens being evacuated from Pirth City.
Police in Halo 3: ODST.
Civilians in Remember Reach.
Concepts of civilian attire for Halo: Reach.
Concept art for the "Pioneer" colonists in Reach, some of which seem to have been used as a basis for Sára Sorvad.
A civilian on the campaign level Exodus.
Civilians watch as a Sangheili Zealot falls to his death in Halo: Nightfall.
- Halo: Evolutions, "The Impossible Life and the Possible Death of Preston J. Cole", p. 447; Volume I, p. 293
- Halo: Evolutions, "The Impossible Life and the Possible Death of Preston J. Cole", p. 430; Volume I, p. 272
- Halo 3, campaign level, The Storm
- Halo 3: ODST, campaign level, Mombasa Streets
- Halo 5: Guardians, campaign level, Meridian Station