Registered Cossacks of the Russian Federation

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A single shoulder mark registered Cossacks of the Russian Federation

Registered Cossacks of the Russian Federation - the Cossack paramilitary formation (public) carrier state and other service on the basis of the Federal Law of the Russian Federation dated December 5, 2005 № 154-FZ "On State Service of the Russian Cossacks".[1] In peacetime, the registered Cossacks tend to be involved in conservation, protection and restoration of forests, education of children and young people in patriotic values and preparation for military service, aiding during natural disasters, accidents, and other emergencies and fire-fighting. Municipal works Cossack police (including Special Forces) successfully operate numerous Cossack guard formations. At present, the Russian Federation has 11 registers of Cossack troops with their government. Registered Cossacks are granted certain privileges: a rank, insignia and awards, wearing a Cossack whip, sword, dagger and, in certain cases, firearms. The Cossack ranks since yesaul assigns Presidential Envoy, the rank of a Cossack general himself President of the Russian Federation.

The list of register of Cossack troops[edit]

Sleeve Patch
(emblem troops)
Name troops
Coloring
everyday
uniforms
Address and location management
Legislation
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Volga Cossack troops
(Волжское казачье войско)
Волжское казачье войско (форма).png
The main headquarters is located in the city of Samara
53°11′09″N 50°06′45″E / 53.185963°N 50.112488°E / 53.185963; 50.112488
(www.kazak-volga.ru) – Official site of the troops
Order of the President of the Russian Federation dated June 11, 1996 № 308-p
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Siberian Cossack troops
(Сибирское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Omsk
55°00′34″N 73°20′19″E / 55.009514°N 73.338696°E / 55.009514; 73.338696
(www.skv-vko.narod.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated 12 February 1997 number 95
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Trans-Baikal Cossack troops
(Забайкальское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Chita
52°01′42″N 113°30′30″E / 52.028436°N 113.508326°E / 52.028436; 113.508326
Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated 12 February 1997 number 96
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Terek Cossack troops
(Терское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Stavropol
45°03′22″N 41°59′54″E / 45.056201°N 41.998221°E / 45.056201; 41.998221
(www.terkv.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated 12 February 1997 number 97
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Ussuri Cossack troops
(Уссурийское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Vladivostok
43°06′56″N 131°52′59″E / 43.115622°N 131.883164°E / 43.115622; 131.883164
(www.kazaki-ukv.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated June 17, 1997 № 611
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Don Cossack troops
(Всевеликое войско Донское)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Novocherkassk
47°25′16″N 40°05′37″E / 47.421028°N 40.093579°E / 47.421028; 40.093579
(www.russiancossacks.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated June 17, 1997 № 612
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Yenisei Cossacks troops
(Енисейское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Krasnoyarsk
56°02′50″N 92°56′18″E / 56.047296°N 92.93824°E / 56.047296; 92.93824
(www.eniseycossacks.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated June 17, 1997 № 613
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Orenburg Cossack troops
(Оренбургское казачье войско)
Оренбургское казачье войско (форма).png
The main headquarters is located in the city of Orenburg
51°47′08″N 55°04′40″E / 51.785581°N 55.077874°E / 51.785581; 55.077874
(www.ataman-ovko.ru) – Official site of the troops
Presidential Decree Rossiyskoy federations from 29 March 1998 goda № 308
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Kuban Cossack troops
(Кубанское казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Krasnodar
45°01′03″N 38°57′58″E / 45.017486°N 38.966027°E / 45.017486; 38.966027
(www.slavakubani.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on April 24, 1998 № 448
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Irkutsk Cossack troops
(Иркутское казачье войско)
Иркутское казачье войско (форма).png
The main headquarters is located in the city of Irkutsk
52°17′25″N 104°16′50″E / 52.290219°N 104.280433°E / 52.290219; 104.280433
(www.irkv.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated May 4, 1998 № 489
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Central Cossack troops
(Центральное казачье войско)
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The main headquarters is located in the city of Moscow
55°44′06″N 37°24′36″E / 55.734933°N 37.409894°E / 55.734933; 37.409894
(www.ckwrf.ru) – Official site of the troops
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on May 3, 2007 № 574

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