The pin badge is made of white metal (for officers and warrant officers with enamel, for ordinary ranks – without enamel) and represents an olive branch and a downward sword crossed at right angle.
At the intersection of the sword and the olive branch there is a straight Greek cross with divergent ends, in the center of which there is the State Emblem of Russia on a round medallion.
The State Emblem is a crowned double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, holding a scepter and an orb.
On a rectangular plate, which is connects with the badge, there is the inscription, which displays the name of a geographical region or country where the peacekeeping operations are conducted.
The inscription on the plate reads: “Caucasus”.
On the back of the pin badge there is a screw for fastening it to the uniform.
The olive branch is a symbol of peace, truce.
The sword pointed downward is a symbol of peace and protection of the world order.