The sleeve insignia of a Russian Space Pilot hosted on a spacesuit and overalls.
The sleeve patch is a rectangular logo with the image of the Russian National Flag (tricolor). The inscription at the top of the sleeve patch reads: “RUSSIA”.
The Tricolor is the National Flag of the Russian Federation, its official symbol along with its State Emblem and Anthem.
It was approved on December 11, 1993.
The common sleeve insignia of the 47th Special Operations Regiment “Scorpion”. The regiment is a part of the 100th Division of the Internal Troops of the North Caucasus Region.
The sign of the 47th Regiment copies the style of the signs of the Russian Interior Ministry Troops regional divisions.
The common sleeve insignia of all units and special actions detachments of the Interior Troops.
The central image of the sleeve patch is a fist clenched on the background of the five-pointed star – a symbol of unity, friendship and combat brotherhood, and a Kalashnikov assault rifle – a symbol of readiness to defend the Fatherland.
The sleeve insignia of the 25th Separate Special Actions Detachment of the Interior Troops.
The entire history of the military unit is connected with the constant use of working dogs. Therefore the sleeve patch’s emblem is a black shield with a golden edging, at the center of which is the common heraldic symbol of the Russian Interior Ministry (a sword and a shield) supplemented by a double-headed dog looking in different directions.
At the top of the sleeve patch there is a common emblem of Spetsnaz MVD (MIA Special Forces).
Sleeve insignia of the Special Border Reconnaissance Group.
The basis of their work is suppression of drug mules’ and smugglers’ actions, concealment of the sources of information from the adjacent party and carrying out expeditious actions on the border.
The totem of the Board Guards has always been the guard dog, and the wolf became the cult of the groups of special reconnaissance. Thus the emergence of the emblem in 2000.
Sleeve patch of the 471st Border Detachment of Special Purpose “Bars” (Leopard) of the Far Eastern Border District.
The detachment was formed in January 2000.
The sleeve patch depicts the head of an Amur leopard – the only leopard species in the whole of Russia.
Its natural habitat is border mountain chains of the Maritime Territory. No wonder that the rare animal was chosen as the symbol of the Far Eastern Border Guards.
Power and smartness, courage and cunning are the ideal qualities for an animal and a border guard.