List of Soviet Air Force bases


List of Soviet Air Force bases

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

Moscow District of the PVO

* Andreapol (Tver). 28th Fighter Regiment, Moscow District (MO) PVO, 38 MiG-23.
* Morshansk (Tambovo). 153rd Fighter Regiment, MO PVO, 18 MiG-31, 4 MiG-25.
* Yefremov (Tula). MO PVO, 191 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Tunoshna (Yaroslavl). MO PVO, 415 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Khalino (Kursk). MO PVO, 472 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Bezhetsk (Tver). MO PVO, 611 IAP. 39 Su-15.
* Pravdinsk (Nizhiy-Novgorod). 786th Fighter Regiment (MiG-25, MiG-31), 1994. MO PVO, 786 IAP. 31 MiG-31, 5 MiG-25.
* Khotilovo (Tver). MO PVO, 790 IAP. 38 MiG-25.
* Lipetsk. Western name: "Lipetsk North-West". Su-27, MiG-29, Su-24, Su-25, MiG-23, MiG-27, Su-17, MiG-25, etc. 4-th Combat Application and Conversion Center of Frontline Aviation named after V.P.Chkalov (Civil airport was known as "Lipetsk North").
* Stupino (Moscow). MO PVO, 436 OTAP. Mi-8.
* Vyaz'ma. MO PVO, 45 IAP. MiG-23P.
* Smolensk (air base). MO PVO, 401 IAP. MiG-23P.
* Orlovka. MO PVO, 404 IAP. MiG-23P, Su-27.
* Krichev. MO PVO, 28 IAP. 38 MiG-25.

Moscow Military District

* Smolensk. 871st Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994.
* Kubinka (air base). 237nd Guard Air Show Center (MiG-29, Su-17, Su-24, Su-25, Su-27).
* Shatalovo. 1046th Training Center (MiG-25, Su-17, Su-24), 1994.
* Shatalovo. 164th Separate Guard Reconnaissance Regiment (MiG-25, Su-24), 1994.
* Savostleyka/Savasleyka. 54th Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994(disbanded 2005-7). 148th Combat and Type Training Center (Mi-8), 1994.
* Buturlinovka. 186th Attack Training Regiment (Su-25), 1994.
* Totskoye. 281st Fighter Training Regiment (MiG-23), 1994.
* Sennoy. 343rd Fighter Training Regiment (MiG-23, MiG-29), 1994.
* Zerdevka. 14th Fighter Regiment (MiG-29), 1994.
* Shaykovka. 73rd Fighter Regiment (MiG-29), 1994.
* Stupino Airfield. 436th Separate Transport Regiment (Mi-8), 1994.

PVO, Western USSR

* Baranovichi (Brest) 2-4 PVO, 61 IAP. 13 MiG-25, 25 MiG-23
* Machulishchi (Minsk) 2-4 PVO, 201 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Stryy (L'vov) 2-4 PVO, 179 IAP. 43 MiG-23.
* Lake (Zhitomir) 2-4 PVO, 894 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Danilov (Samarskaya) 4 PVO, 681 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Bobrovka (Samarskaya) 4 PVO, 683 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Bolshoye Savino (Permian). 764th Fighter Regiment (MiG-25), 1994. 4 PVO, 764 IAP. 38 MiG-23 (later MiG-31).
* pol Nizhnim Tagilom (Sverdlovsk). MiG-23.
* Dombarovskiy (Orenberg). MiG-23.

Baltic Military District

* Vainode (Latvia). 6th PVO Army, 54 IAP. 38 Su-27.
* Pärnu (Estonia). 6 PVO, 366 IAP & 655 IAP. MiG-23, 42 MiG-23.
* Tallinn (Estonia). 6 PVO, 384 IAP. MiG-23.
* Haapsalu (Estonia). 6 PVO, 425 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Tapa (Estonia). 6 PVO, 656 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Nivenskoye-Yezau (Kaliningrad). 6 PVO, 689 IAP. 36 Su-27.

Leningrad Military District

* Lodeynoye Pole (Leningrad). 6 PVO, 177 IAP. 38 MiG-23. (Still active in 2006 flying Su-27s)
* Gromovo (Sakkola) (Leningrad). 31 MiG-31. (Active until 2002, 180th Fighter Air Regiment now disbanded)
* Kilp Yavr (Murmansk). 941st Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994. 10 PVO, 941 IAP. 38 Su-27. (Active in 2006 still flying Su-27s)
* Besovets (Karnliya). 159th Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994. MiG-25. (still active flying Su-27s)
* Monchegorsk (Murmansk). 10 PVO, 174 IAP. 29 MiG-31, 6 MiG-25.
*149th Bomber Aviation Division
** Siversky. 67th Bomber Regiment (Su-24), 1994.
** Smuravyevo-G'dov. 722nd Bomber Regiment (Su-24), 1994.

Black Sea

* Bel'bek (Crimean). 8 PVO, 62 IAP. 39 Su-15TM.
* Kirov (Crimean). 8 PVO, 136 IAP. Su-27.
* Vasylkiv (air base) (Kiev). 8 PVO, 146 IAP. 41 MiG-25.
* Kramatorsk (Donets). 8 PVO, 636 IAP. 49 Su-15TM.
* Chervonoglinskaya (Odessa). 8 PVO, 737 IAP. 36 MiG-23.
* Zaporozh'ye (Zaporzhskaya). 8 PVO, 738 IAP. MiG-25DP.
* Dnepropetrovsk (Dnepropetrovsk). 8 PVO, 933 IAP. 40 MiG-25.
* Mirgorod. 8 PVO, 831 IAP. Su-27.
* Zhulyany (Kiev). 8 PVO, 223 OSAP. An-24, An-26, Mi-8.

Arctic

* Norilsk (Krasnoyarskiy Kray). 10 PVO, 57 IAP. Su-15.
* Amderma (Novaya Zemlya). 72nd Fighter Regiment (MiG-31), 1994. 10 PVO, 74 IAP. 31 MiG-31.
* Topoduzheme (Karelia). 10 PVO, 265 IAP. 39 Su-15.
* Afrikanda (Murmansk). 431st Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994. 10 PVO, 431 IAP & 470 IAP. 39 Su-15, Su-27.
* Savatiya (Kotlas) (Arkhangelsk). 10 PVO, 445 IAP. 41 MiG-25. (Base still active 2003 flying MiG-31s with the 458th Fighter Regiment?)
* Talagi (Arkhangelsk) (Arkhangelsk). 518th Fighter Regiment (MiG-31). 10 PVO, 518 IAP. 31 MiG-31.
* Letneozerskiy (Karelia). 10 PVO, 524 IAP. 39 MiG-25.
* Rogachevo (Novaya Zemlya). 641st Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994. 10 PVO, 641 IAP. 32 Su-27, 2 Mi-8.

11th Air Army - Far East Military District

* Artem (Primorskiye). 11 PVO, 22 IAP. MiG-23.
* Zolotaya Dolina (Primorskiye). 11 PVO, 47 IAP. Su-27.
* Dzemgi (Komsomol'sl-na-Amure). 11 PVO, 60 IAP. Su-27.
* Khabarovsk (Khabarovsk). 11 PVO, 301 IAP. MiG-23.
* Sovetskaya Gavan (Khabarovsk). 11 PVO, 308 IAP. MiG-23.
* Dolinsk-Sokol (Sakhalin). 11 PVO, 365 IAP. MiG-31, Su-27.
* Iturup (Burevestnik) (Sakhalin). 11 PVO, 387 IAP. MiG-23.
* Yelizovo-Petropavlovsk(Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport) (Kamchatka). 11 PVO, 865 IAP. MiG-31.
* Chuguyevka (Primorskiy Kray). 11 PVO, 530 IAP. MiG-31, MiG-25.

Central Asia/Turkestan Military District

* Chirchik-Andizhan (Uzbekistan). 12 PVO, 9 IAP. 32 Su-27.
* Nebit-Dag (Turkmenia). 12 PVO, 179 IAP. MiG-23M.
* Aktepe-Bezmein (Ashkabad). 12 PVO, 152 IAP. MiG-23M, MiG-25PD.
* Lugovoe (Kazakhstan). 12 PVO, 715 IAP. MiG-23M.

East Central

* Omsk (Chkalovsk) (Omsk). 14 PVO, 64 IAP. MiG-31. Closed 1991.
* Bratsk Airport (Irkutsk). 14 PVO, 350 IAP. MiG-31.
* Zhaneysmey (Semipalitinsk Airport). 14 PVO, 356 IAP. MiG-31.
* Aleysk (air base) (Altai). 14 PVO, 812 IAP. MiG-23.
* Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo. 14 PVO, 813 IAP. Su-15TM.
* Kupino (Omsk). 14 PVO, 849 IAP. MiG-23.
* Achinsk (Krasnoyarsk). 14 PVO, 712 IAP. MiG-31.
* Bezrechnaya. 14 PVO, 22 IAP. Su-15TM.

West Central, 19th PVO Army

* Nasosnaya. 19 PVO, 50 IAP. MiG-25PDS.
* Nasosnaya (Baku). 19 PVO, 82 IAP. 38 MiG-25.
* Rostov-on-Don. 19 PVO, 83 IAP. 40 MiG-25.
* Bombora (Gudauta). 19 PVO, 171 IAP. Su-27.
* Sandar (Tbilisi). 19 PVO, 166 IAP. 40 Su-15TM.
* Volga. 19 PVO, 209 IAP. Su-27, MiG-23.
* Astrakhan. 19 PVO, 393 IAP. 38 MiG-23.
* Gudauta. 19 PVO, 529 IAP. 34 Su-27. (Transcaucasus Military District)
* Krimsk (Crimea). 19 PVO, 562 IAP. 35 Su-27.
* Tambov. 4255th Reserve Aircraft Depot.

Long Range Aviation

* Dyagilevo (Ryazansk). 49 UTBAP. Tu-22M, Tu-95MS, Tu-9, L-39C, L-29.
* Ryazan. TBAP. Tu-95U and L-39C as of 1994. 43rd Combat and Type Training Center (Tu-22M and L-29).
* Shaykovo (Kaluga). 52 ITBAP. Tu-22M3, Tu-16.
* Belaya Tserkov (Kiev). 251 ITBAP. Tu-22M, Tu-16, Tu-22.
* Nezhin (Kiev). 199 ODRAP. Tu-22R, Tu-22RDK, Tu-22K, Tu-22
* Zyabrovka (Gomel). 290 ODRAP. Tu-22RDM, 28 Tu-22R.
* Uzin (Kiev). 1006 TBAP, 409 APSZ. Tu-95MS, Tu-95, Il-78.
* Mozdok (Osetia). 121 TBAP, 182 TBAP. Tu-22M as of 1994. Tu-95MS16, Tu-95MS6.
* Pryluki (Chernigov). 184 TBAP. Tu-160, Tu-134UBL.
* Poltava (Poltava). 185 TBAP. Tu-22M3.
* Lake (Zhitomir). 341 TBAP. Tu-22M2, Tu-22PD.
* Machulishki (Minsk). 121 TBAP. Tu-22M.
* Baranovichi (Brest). 203 TBAP. 30 Tu-22, Tu-22PD.
* Bobruysk (Mogilev). 200 TBAP. 15 Tu-22M, 15 Tu-16.
* Stryy (L'vov). 260 TBAP. Tu-22M3, Tu-16.
* Tartu. 132 TBAP. Tu-22M3, Tu-16.
* Bolbasovo (Orsha) (Vitebsk). 402 TBAP. 20 Tu-22M3.
* Soltsy-2 (Novgorod). 840 TBAP. Tu-22M3 as of 1994.
* Spassk-Dalniy. 219 ODRAP. Tu-16R, Tu-16Z. (Spassk-Dalny)
* Semipalitinsk (Kazhakstan). 1223 TBAP, 1226 TBAP. Tu-95MS, Tu-95M.
* Ukrainka (air base) (Amur). 40 TBAP, 79 TBAP. Tu-95K, Tu-95KM.
* Belaya (Irkutsk). 303 TBAP, 1225 TBAP. Tu-22M as of 1994.
* Vozdvizhenka (Primorskiy). 444 TBAP. Tu-16.
* Zavitinsk (Chita). Tu-22K.
* Engels-2 (Saratov). 200 TBAP, 1096 TBAP, 1230 APSZ. Tu-160 and Tu-134UBL (post-1994). Tu-22, Il-78, ZMD, ZMS-2.

Military Transport Aviation

* Fergana. 194 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Pskov. 334 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Tula. 374 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Seshcha. 566 GV, 235 GV. Il-76, An-124.
* Ulyanovsk. Il-76, An-22.
* Kirovokan. Il-76, An-22.
* Smolensk. 103 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Novgorod. 110 GV. Il-76.
* Vitebsk. 339 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Zaporozhye. 37 GV. An-22.
* Krivoy Rog. 338 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Melitopol. 25 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Dzhankoy. 369 GV. An-22.
* Ivanovo. 81 GV. An-22.
* Panevezhis. 117 GV. An-22.
* Kedaynyay. 128 GV. Il-76, An-22.
* Shyaulyay. 196 GV. Il-76.
* Omsk-Chkalovsk. 70/353/354 GV. Il-62, Il-76, Il-86, An-12, An-26, An-24, Tu-134, Tu-154.

North Caucasus Military District

* Kotelnikovo. 704th Training Regiment (L-39), 1994.
* Kuskovskaya. 797nd Training Regiment (MiG-21, MiG-29, Su-27), 1994.
* Armavir. 713rd Training Regiment (MiG-23, Mi-8), 1994.
* Maykop. 761st Training Regiment (MiG-21, MiG-23), 1994.
* Rostov-na-Donu. 83rd Fighter Regiment (MiG-25), 1994. 359th Separate Transport Squadron (Mi-26, Mi-8), 1994.
* Astrakhan. 116th Combat Training Center (MiG-23, MiG-29, Mi-8), 1994. 209th Fighter Regiment (MiG-23, Su-27), 1994.
* Tihoretsk. 627nd Training Regiment (L-39), 1994.
* Krasnodar. 802nd Training Regiment (Su-22, Su-24, Su-25, Mi-8), 1994.
* Primorsko-Akhtarsk. 960th Training Regiment (L-39), 1994.
* Volgograd. Katcha Air Force Academy, 1994. 706th Training Regiment (L-39), 1994.

Uncategorized

* Mikhailovka. 1st Attack Training Regiment (MiG-23, MiG-27, Su-24), 1994.
* Lebyazhiye. 1st Attack Training Regiment (MiG-23, MiG-27, Su-24), 1994.
* Montsegorsk. 98th Separate Reconnaissance Regiment (MiG-25, Su-17), 1994. 174th Fighter Regiment (MiG-25, MiG-31), 1994.
* Morozovsk. 143rd Bomber Regiment (Su-24), 1994.
* Borisoglebsk. 160th Fighter Training Regiment (MiG-21, MiG-29), 1994.
* Marinovka. 168th Bomber Regiment (Su-24), 1994.
* Ukkurey. 193 GV. Mig-23RB reconnaissance.
* Dolon. 1223 GV, 1226 GV. Tu-95MS, Tu-95M.
* Dzhida. 21 GV. Su-24.
* Taganrog. 963rd Attack Training Regiment (Su-17), 1994. 6236th Aircraft Handling Plant, 1994. 708 GV. Il-76.
* Migalovo. 274th Assault Regiment (Su-17), 1994. 8 GV. An-22, An-12.
* Belashov. Belashov Air Force Academy (Mi-8), 1994.
* Morshansk. 153rd Fighter Regiment (MiG-31), 1994.
* Kapustin Yar. 235th Separate Squadron (Mi-8), 1994.
* Poduzhemye. 265th Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994.
* Tunoschna. 415th Fighter Regiment (MiG-23), 1994.
* Kursk. 472nd Fighter Regiment (MiG-23), 1994.
* Letneozerskiy. 524th Fighter Regiment (MiG-25), 1994.
* Krymskaya. 562nd Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994.
* Dorotschovo. 611th Fighter Regiment (Su-27), 1994.
* Danilovo. 681st Fighter Regiment (MiG-23), 1994.
* Bobrovka. 683rd Fighter Regiment (MiG-23), 1994.

References

* [http://www.aeronautics.ru/archive/reference/VVS_Glossary.htm VVS Glossary]
* [http://www.russianairfields.com/ Survey of Russian Airfields]

ee also

*Royal Air Force station
*V-Bomber Dispersal Bases
*Battle of Britain Airfields
*List of UK Thor missile bases
*List of air stations of the Royal Navy
*List of fleet bases of the Royal Navy
**Royal Navy Dockyard
*List of airfields of the Army Air Corps
*Lists of military installations
*List of airports in the United Kingdom
*List of United States Air Force installations


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