Sleeve Patch of the Don Cossack Host. New standard. Approved on February 09, 2010.
The central figure of the emblem is a white deer pierced with a Tatar arrow.
The Don Host is one of the first and the most famous of Cossack formations.
The history of the Don Cossacks began long before the Moscow State.
Under Tsar Ivan the Terrible Cossacks got the Don in perpetuity.
Sleeve host patch of the Irkutsk Cossacks. New standard. Approved on February 09, 2010.
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 patch of the Volga Cossack Host. New standard. Approved on February 09, 2010.
The sleeve patch is the symbol of belonging to the Volga Cossack Host, the symbol of military comradeship and brotherhood, it represents the unbreakable bond of all generations of the Volga Cossacks.
The patch is to be worn on the left sleeve of the uniform of every of the Volga Cossacks.
It is handed together with a chest badge at the moment of taking oath.