This emblem is called “the small flag” or sometimes “the Guards angle”.
The patch in the form of the stylised State Flag was accepted in the Soviet Army for wearing on the berets to the left of the cockade. It was worn by all ranks – from a seaman to a commander.
Approved on June 26,1969.
A paratrooper’s vest (Telnyashka) with light blue stripes, designed for the Soviet and then Russian Airborne Troops.
The fabric type – interlock stitch structure: double dense 100% cotton fabric.
A Telnyashka of such a fabric retains heat well, and is hypoallergenic, good to wear – elastic, does not stretch and shed, its texture looks very deserving, its right and wrong sides are the same.
An unofficial chest insignia of Russian marines. Placed on the uniform, on the right side of the chest, and is used by all ranks – from a seaman to a commander.
The patch shows the continuous since 1963 emblem of the USSR Marine Corps (a metal sea anchor braided with a rope in a red circle on the black background), and the two line text of belonging to the troops: “Naval Infantry”.
The nickname of the Marines: “Black Death”.
Motto: “Where we are, there victory is!”.
The common sleeve insignia of Soviet and Russian marines.
The patch is a modern replica of emblem of the USSR Marine Corps (standard of 1963).
The emblem is a circular black shield with a red piping. In the center of the shield there is a relief image of an a golden anchor braided with a rope.
The motto of the Russian Marine Corps: “There, Where We Go, There is Victory!”
A sailor’s vest (Telnyashka) with dark blue stripes, designed for the Soviet and then Russian Marines.
The fabric type – stockinette structure: a thin pleasant tissue, mostly for summer clothes, made of natural cotton. The right and wrong sides of such a tissue differ in texture.
The peculiarity of the vest of this fabric is that it runs breadth greatly, without losing its shape. But stretching it long will not work. In addition, this fabric is almost crease-resistant.
Black beret – the uniform headgear of the Marines of the USSR and Russia Navy.
Nickname – “Black Death”, the motto: “Where we are, there the victory is!”
Black is the official color of the Marines’ uniform since 1963.
The beret is worn with the cockade of 32 faceted rays and the Admiralty anchor entwined with a rope, and the special hallmark of a red triangular flag with a small golden anchor.
The sleeve insignia of the soldiers of the 336th Guards Marines Brigade of the Baltic Fleet of Russia.
Regalia: the martial name “Bialystokskaya”, the Order of Suvorov (3rd degree), the Order of Alexander Nevsky.
Motto: “In the service is the honor!”
The Brigade’s emblem has been used since 1979, and on July 12, 1997 it was approved as a sleeve patch.