Central Military District

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Central Military District
Центральный военный округ
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Headquarters of the Central Military District in Yekaterinburg
Founded October 21, 2010
Country  Russian Federation
Type Military district
Part of Banner of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (obverse).svg Russian Armed Forces
Headquarters Yekaterinburg
Commanders
Colonel General Nikolai Bordanovskiy

The Central Military District (Russian: Центральный военный округ) is one of Russia's Military Districts. The district was formed in Presidential Decree №1144 signed on September 20, 2010.[1] The district includes the territories of the former Siberian Military District. Until 2010, Colonel General Vladimir Chipkin was the district commander with Lieutenant General Sergei Surovikin acting as the district chief of staff. From the next year onward the district was headed by now General of the Army Valery Gerasimov and later by Major General Alexsandr Dvopikov. Colonel General Nikolai Bordanovskiy is the current district commander.

Component Units[edit]

Russian Ground Forces[edit]

2nd Army in Samara

  • 119th Missile Brigade in Elanskyy
  • 297th Air Defense Brigade in Ufa
  • 91st C3 Brigade in Roschinskyy
  • 153rd Communications Brigade in Verkhnyaya Pyshma
  • 105th Separate Logistics Brigade in Roschinskyy

41st Army in Novosibirsk

  • 201st Military Base [Motorized Brigade] in Dushanbe, Tajikistan
  • 7th Tank Brigade in Chebarkul
  • 15th Motorized Brigade in Samara
  • 21st Motorized Brigade in Totskoye
  • 23rd Motorized Brigade in Samara
  • 28th Motorized Brigade in Ekaterinburg
  • 32nd Motorized Brigade in Novosibirsk
  • 35th Motorized Brigade in Aleisk
  • 74th Motorized Brigade in Kemerovo
  • 28th Air Defense Brigade in Chebarkul
  • 61st Air Defense Brigade in Yurga
  • 92nd Missile Brigade in Totskoe
  • 120th Artillery Brigade in Yurga
  • 385th Artillery Brigade in Totskoe
  • 29th NBC Defense Brigade in Ekaterinburg
  • 35th C3 Brigade in Novosibirsk
  • 59th C3 Brigade in Ekatirenburg

Special Forces

Russian Air Force[edit]

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