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.
24 mm caliber sensitive movement with a central second hand;
Scale: 12 hrs;
Date calendar of instant action;
Height 5/32 inch (4.14 mm);
17 ruby jewels;
Totally wound movement run not less than 36 hrs.
The hands, clock-face, elements of decoration are covered with phosphor paint accumulating light (superluminova), allowing to see the watch in any conditions, including in the dark.
Similar watch: Vostok Komandirskie 431958.
A sleeve patch of the G. S. Titov Main Testing Centre for Testing and Control of Spacecraft of Russian Space Forces.
The central image of the patch is a silver scepter surmounted by a stylized image of a rocket with an element of the antenna of spacecraft control. On the foreground there is a stylized image of the globe with three intersecting space orbits.
The sleeve patch of the servicemen of the Plesetsk Cosmodrome.
A cloth stripe with the emblem of the Russian Space Forces and the text of affiliation with the Plesetsk Cosmodrome.
The Plesetsk Cosmodrome is the most northern cosmodrome in the world and occupies an area of 1762 square km.