Sorry to nitpick, but the first "E" in "Vooruzhonniye" should be a "Ё".(not canon)
c. 1990s/2000s UIS military patch from the world of Zhirinovsky's Russian Empire; national flag in the middle with initials of the country at the top and "Armed Forces" emblazoned in Cyrillic near the bottom.
These were worn on the left sleeve of battledress uniform blouses and cold-weather jackets out in the field, as well as on dress and service uniforms. English speakers would often colloquially refer to UIS soldiers as "Chits" (or the more vulgar "Shits") due to the letters "UIS" in Cyrillic resembling the Latinate "CHT". This particular patch is no longer used by the UIS military, having since been replaced with a circular patch that features the military's coat of arms instead.