Interior Troops Spetsnaz is a special operations unit of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) performing tasks in specific environments with a high level of training.
The Separate Division of Operational Purpose (ODON) named after F. E. Dzerzhinsky was established on the basis of the 1st and 8th units of Spetsnaz. Its motto is: “Any task at any time and place!”. Regalia: the Orders of Lenin, of the October Revolution, of the Red Banner. Talisman: panther – a symbol of bravery, courage and knightly chivalry.
The 7th Special Forces Detachment “ROSICH” was formed in 1992 on the basis of the training special purpose companies of the 100th Interior Troops Division: 46th Regiment “Lion”, 47th Regiment “Scorpion”, 48th Regiment “Typhoon”. It is a part of the Novocherkassk Division situated on the territory of the Internal Troops Training Center of the North Caucasus Military District.
19th Detachment “Yermak” – Spetsnaz with Siberian nature. The squad is named after the historical person of the 16th century – the conqueror of Siberia to the Russian state, the Cossack Ataman Yermak Kalashnikov, who was a man of unbending will and great courage. The detachment is located in Novosibirsk, Central Siberia.
21st Spetsnaz Detachment “Typhoon” is place the Far Eastern Khabarovsk Territory. The symbol of the squad is a snarling Siberian Tiger, which is the northernmost tiger in the world.
For courage and heroism performed in the North Caucasus region, more than 170 servicemen of the detachment were awarded state awards.
25th Separate Spetsnaz Detechment “Mercury” named after Mercury of Smolensk – a great Slavic man-at-war of the 13th century. The entire history of the detachment is connected with the constant use of working dogs.That is why its symbol is a double-headed dog looking in different directions.
Few people know that during the Chechen war the bandits paid more money for killing a handler with a dog than for killing a Spetsnaz officer.
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Nicholas II was the last Russian Emperor, the king of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. His official short title was Nicholas II, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias. As with other Russian Emperors he is commonly known by the monarchical title Tsar. He is also known as Saint Nicholas the Passion-Bearer by the Russian Orthodox Church and is referred to as Saint Nicholas the Martyr.
The upper cockade of the Russian Armed Forces is a custom metal sign on the military headdress (service cap). It was approved in 1998 and is applied to the present time.
The cockade represents the emblem of the Russian Armed Forces in the form of a golden double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, holding a sword (a symbol of readiness to defend the Fatherland) and a laurel wreath (a symbol of glory and honor).
The general sleeve patch for any of the units and formations of the Airborne Troops of the USSR and Russia.
In the center of the patch there is the image of an open golden parachute with and two airplanes from the both sides of it.
Approved in 1955.
The of the emblem is Zinaida Bocharova, a draftsman of the Airborne Staff.
Sleeve host patch of the Irkutsk Cossacks. Approved in 1998.
Cossacks were in the vicinity of the Lake Baikal in the XVII century, when the active development of Siberia took place. Since the XVIII century the Irkutsk Cossacks joined the troops of the Russian Empire.
In 1998 it was decided to reinstate Irkutsk Cossack Host and its glorious traditions.
Nowadays the Cossacks help to keep order in the country, cavalry units are patrolling the city and punish the violators.
Sleeve insignia of the fighters of the separate sniper squads of the special units of the Army, Police, intelligence and counterterrorist services.
The round sleeve patch contains a picture of a sniper rifle with a telescopic sight against a target.
Depending on the combat arm membership, the beret at the bottom of the emblem takes the appropriate color.