The decorative chest pin badge made of a goldish metal (brass) with a relief image of a skull topped with a commando beret and imposed over two crossed knives.
The pin badge is framed with a red ribbon of pointed doubled ends. The inscription on the ribbon reads: “Soldier of Fortune”.
The skull emblem is originated from the pirates’, and the like daredevils’, tattoos.
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.
Dog tag “Special force” (Skull) is made of stainless steel with enamel.
It is a relief image of the “dead head” in a black beret with crossed swords, set over the silhouette of a bat with spread wings on the background of a stylized image of the grid of a telescopic sight.
At the bottom of the tag there is the inscription: “Special Forces”.
The dog tag is made of stainless steel with enamel.
It is a relief image of the “dead head” in a beret, with two crossed swords, on the background of an explosion fire.
Above and below the dog tag is framed with the motto: “MERCENARIES NEVER DIE”.
Under the emblem there is the inscription: “They just go to hell to regroup”.