List of Soviet Air Force bases

List Of Soviet Air Force Bases

List of Soviet Air Force bases

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This List of Soviet Air Force bases shows the state of the Soviet Air Force and Russian Air Force during the last decade of the Cold War to the mid 1990s. Dates shown indicate years during which units and aircraft were known to be at that airbase. If none is indicated, the date is unknown.



Forces in Poland and Germany

  • 4th Air Army, Poland
  • Kolobzheg (Колобжег) 871st Fighter Regiment (Su-27), Smolensk 1994.
  • 36th Air Army, Hungary
  • 14th Fighter Regiment (MiG-29), Zerdevka, 1994.
  • 16th Air Army, Germany
  • Koethen 73rd Guards 'Stalingrad' Fighter Regiment (MiG-29), Shaykovka 1994. Former 296th Fighter Regiment; Lydia Litvyak flew with this unit.


Soviet Air Defence Forces, Western USSR

  • 2nd Army of the PVO, HQ Minsk (Feskov et al. 2004 p. 150)
    • Krichev. 28 IAP. 38 MiG-25.
    • Baranovichi (Brest) 2-4 PVO, 61 IAP. 13 MiG-25, 25 MiG-23
    • Machulishchi (Minsk) 2-4 PVO, 201 IAP. 38 MiG-23.


  • pol Nizhnim Tagilom (Sverdlovsk). MiG-23. Salka Airport was home to 765 IAP.


Moscow District of the PVO

  • Andreapol (Tver). 28th (Guards) Fighter Regiment, Moscow District (MO) PVO, 38 MiG-23.
  • Vyaz'ma. MO PVO, 45 IAP. MiG-23P.
  • Morshansk (Tambovo). 153rd Fighter Regiment, MO PVO, 18 MiG-31, 4 MiG-25. (1994; only MiG-31s)
  • Yefremov (Tula). MO PVO, 191 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
  • Smolensk . MO PVO, 401 IAP. MiG-23P.
  • Orlovka. MO PVO, 404 IAP. MiG-23P, Su-27.
  • Tunoshna (Yaroslavl). MO PVO, 415 IAP. ......
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