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Eastern Order of Battle

Soviet Union
Central Asian Military District
Kazakh, Tajik and Kyrgyz Soviet Socialist Republic

By the end of the sixties the Chinese-Soviet relations hit the bottom. In 1969 the Turkestan Military District was divided into two parts. The Central Asian Military District was formed on the territory of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan SSR. Its mission was to protect the Soviet-Chinese border.

In 1984 the Turkestan Military District became the subordinate of the General Command - Southern Theatre. In 1989, after the war in Afghanistan, the Soviet Turkestan Military District and the Central Asian Military District has been merged again.

Soviet Central Asian Military District's Air Force


Soviet 73rd Tactical Air Army in 1973


27th Fighter Air Regiment early years


Soviet 73rd Tactical Air Army in 1978


MiG-21bis Fishbed-L tactical fighters at Usharal AB in the seventies


905th regiment's pilots at Taldy Kurgan in 1975-1977


Soviet Central Asian Military District's Tactical Air Force in January 1, 1983


MiG-27 Flogger armed with eighteen bombs in Soviet-Chinese border.


Soviet 27th Fighter Air regiment in Afghanistan between 1981 and 1982


Soviet Central Asian Military District's Tactical Air Force in January 1, 1988


Soviet 381st independent Reconnaissance Air Regiment in Chimkent in the eighties


5th Training Center and the improvement of Aviation Personnel.


Soviet 5th Training Center in Frunze Between 1956 and 1992


Mig-23 Flogger conversion training school at Lugovoy. Part One.


MiG-21 Fishbed basic training at the 5th Center


Foreign students helicopter training in the mid-seventies


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Союз Советских Социалистических Республик, СССР, Военно-воздушные силы, Холодная война, Среднеазиатский военный окру, 73-й ВА САВО, САВО, 73-я воздушная армия, 73-я ВА, 73-я Среднеазиатский ВО. Главное командование Южного направления, ГКЮН, Туркестанского военного округа, Туркестанского ВО, ТуркВО