A round blue fabric patch with a red edging. In the center of the patch there is the medium emblem of the Ground Forces – a golden double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, holding a silver sword and a flaming grenade. On the eagle’s chest there is a red a red triangular shield, elongated downwards, with a rod rising to a crown. In the shield there is a horseman spearing a dragon.
The flaming grenade symbolizes the combat strength of the Ground Forces.
The sword is a traditional symbol of armed struggle.
Light blue is the traditional color of aviation.
The Army Aviation Corps of the Armed Forces is a part of the Ground Forces (the Army). It is used for the air support: destruction of the enemy’s manpower and equipment, destroying its defensive structures, conducting tactical aerial reconnaissance, security and air assault landing and fire support of their actions, electronic warfare, mining, evacuation of the wounded, sick and dead, delivery of material resources and performing other tasks in the operations conducted by the Army.
By the nature of the tasks performed, the Corps is divided into fighter, bomber, assault, transport, reconnaissance and special purpose aviation.
The Corps is armed with helicopters, planes and drones.