Coat Of Arms of the 601st SFG
On a red pentagonal shield a white open parachute, at its foot two crossed unsheathed swords points up , their blades white (silver) and hilts yellow (gold). At their junction the swords are surmounted by a yellow (gold) arrow with a white (silver) head point down and plumage. Red refers to the colour of Special Forces red berets which their members wore at the time when the Coat of Arms was created. The shape of the shield symbolizes the shoulder sleeve insignia of the Czech Legionnaires in Russia, volunteers who, with the minimum of assets, did maximum for our country. The parachute and the arrow pointing down refer to the ability to strike by air, the arrow and the crossed swords also symbolize the ability to hit the target precisely and efficiently.