RoAF 95th Air Base

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RoAF 95th Air Base
Baza Aeriana 95 Bacău
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IATA: noneICAO: none
Summary
Airport type Military / Public
Operator Romanian Air Force
Location Bacău, Romania
Elevation AMSL 607 ft / 185 m
Coordinates 46°31′18″N 26°54′37″E / 46.52167°N 26.91028°E / 46.52167; 26.91028Coordinates: 46°31′18″N 26°54′37″E / 46.52167°N 26.91028°E / 46.52167; 26.91028
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
16/34 8,202 2,500 Concrete/Asphalt

The Romanian Air Force 95th Air Base Captain Alexandru Şerbănescu (Baza 95 Aeriană Cpt. Av. Alexandru Şerbănescu) is an air force base adjacent to George Enescu International Airport, Romania, south of Bacău, Bacău County.

The base was founded on August 25, 1995, having as purpose the support of the 96th Fighter Group training. From May 1, 2001, until the July 1, 2004, during the military reorganization process, the Supersonic Training Center operated in the Bacău air base, preserving the tradition of training the young pilots according to the MIG-21 LanceR program.

Since 1st of July 2004, the 95th Air Base has undergone a thorough reorganization.

The base is currently the home of the 951st fighter squadron, operating MiG-21 LanceR and of the 952nd helicopter squadron, operating IAR-330L.The base is also home to the 205th Training Squadron (operating MiG-21 LanceR B).

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