Badge for Completing 100 Border Patrols, Central Asian Border Guard District, 1982.
Aluminum, paint; 45.9 mm x 30.9 mm. Maker marked. Shows red map of the USSR, a border marker and inscription for "For completing 100 patrols to protect the state border of the USSR".
Abbreviation "KSAPO" near the bottom stands for Order of the Red Banner Central Asian Border Guard District (this district encompassed the borders between the Soviet Central Asian republics and Afghanistan, and parts of it were considered combat zone during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan).