The cockade and the emblem to the ceremonial full-dress service cap and peakless cap of the sergeants and petty officers of the service for a fixed period (conscription recruitment), soldiers, sailors, military students (academy men), Suvorov military and Nakhimov naval cadets.
The ceremonial and full dress uniform for the Soviet Army ranks and sergeants of the service for a fixed period (conscription recruitment) was established in 1969.
The commemorative chest pin badge is awarded to the soldiers served in the Signal Corps of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for at least one year.
It is awarded for the exemplary performance of military duty, personal contribution to maintaining combat readiness and achievement of high professional training.
The chest pin badge (insignia of qualification) is made of a goldish metal with enamel, in the form of the white opened canopy of the parachute with the straps meeting at the silhouette of an eagle with raised wings. In the blue field, under the canopy, on the straps of the parachute there is a relief image of a two-engine airplane.
On the eagle’s chest there is a triangular shield with concaved upper corners and the possibility to engrave the dozens and hundreds of the parachute jumps made.
The pin badge is to differentiate the servicemen of the special-purpose units of the Airborne Troops of the Russian Federation.
The pin badge is made of a goldish metal with enamel. It represents a relief image of a golden eagle with its wings widely outstretched on the straps of the opened parachute with a white canopy on the blue field.
A guard-ship is a combat ship stationed at a port or a harbour to act as a guard. In the Soviet terminology a guard-ship is a small patrol and escort vessel of general purpose.
The lapel pin badge is made of brass without enamel. It represents a miniature relief image of the profile of the ship “Neustrashimy” (Fearless) of the Russian Navy.