List of corps and divisions of the Russian Air Force
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|1st Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Balashikha||16th Air Army||surface-to-air missiles only|
|1st Guards Composite Aviation Division||SAD||Krasnodar||4th Air Army||Su-24/Su-25/L-39||Disbanded 2009|
|7th Air Defence Division||dPVO||Kursk||Moscow District of the PVO||Fighters, radars, SAMs||1994 Reorganization of the 7th Air Defence Corps, Disbanded 1998|
|8th Special Purpose Aviation Division||ADON||Chkalovsky Airport, Moscow Oblast||HQ VVS||transport aircraft |
|5th Separate Air Defence Corps||Urals||HQ VVS||Redesignation of 4th Air Defence Army, 1994. Amalgamated into 5th Army of VVS and PVO, 1998.|
|8th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Komsomolsk-na-Amure||11 OA PVO (Far East)||Fighters, radars, SAMs||2001 renamed 25th Air Defence Division; 2009 11th Aerospace Defence Brigade.|
|9th Fighter Aviation Division||IAD||Kubinka (air base)||Air Forces of the Moscow Military District||Fighters||Activated 1 February 1951. Disbanded 1993.|
|9th Air Defence Division||dPVO||Moscow Military District||1st Air Defence Corps||Surface to air missiles||May include S-400 units|
|12th Military Transport Aviation Division||VTAD||Migalovo||61st Air Army||Il-76/An-22/An-124|
|16th Guards Fighter Aviation Division||IAD||Millerovo||4th Air Army||Fighters - arrived from GSFG 1993|
|19th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Chelyabinsk||4th Air Defence Army||Fighters, radars, SAMs||Disbanded 1994|
|20th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Perm||4th Air Defence Army||Disbanded 1994.|
|21st Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Severomorsk||6th Air Army||SAMs, radars, Su-27/MiG-31||2009 renamed 1st Aerospace Defence Brigade.|
|21st Composite Air Division||SAD||Dzhida||14th Air Army||Su-24M/Su-25/Su-24MR|
|22nd Guards Heavy Bomber Aviation Division||TBAD||Engels-2, Engels||37th Air Army||Tu-22M3/Tu-95MS/Tu-160|
|22nd Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Arkhangelsk||10 OA PVO Murmansk||1993 renamed 22 AD Corps; 1994 renamed 22 AD Div.||Disbanded 1.5.02.|
|23rd Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Vladivostok||11th Air Army||Su-27/MiG-25PU/MiG-31||2001 renamed 93rd ADD; 2009 renamed 12th Aerospace Defence Brigade.|
|25th Air Defence Division||dPVO||Komsomolsk-on-Amur||11th Air Army||Su-27|
|32nd Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Rzhev||Special Purpose Command||Su-27/MiG-31/MiG-25U||Also SAMs, radars|
|38th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Novosibirsk||14th Air Defence Army||Fighters, SAMs, radars||1994 renamed 41st Air Defence Division|
|50th Guards Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Atamanovka, Chita Oblast||14th Air Defence Army||1.12.98 renamed 26th Guards ADD; 2009 renamed 10th Gds Aerospace Defence Brigade.|
|51st Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Rostov on Don||4th Air Army||Su-27/MiG-29||1992 renamed 51st Air Defence Corps. Also SAMs, radars|
|54th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Taytsy, Leningrad Oblast||6th Air Army||Su-27||2009 renamed 2nd Aerospace Defence Brigade.|
|56th Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Semipalatinsk||14 OA PVO||Fighters, SAMs, radars||Disbanded 1994.|
|72nd Air Defence Corps||KPVO||Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka||11 OA PVO||Fighters, SAMs, radars||1990 merger of 6 and 24 Air Defence Divisions; August 1994 renamed 6th Air Defence Division. May 1998 renamed VVS and PVO OKVS (VVS and PVO Northeast Russian Federation).|
|94th Air Defence Division||KPVO||Irkutsk||14th Air Defence Army||Fighters, SAMs, radars||Fmr 39 ADC (2/88). 1998 merged with 50th Gds ADC, became 26 Gds ADD.|
|105th Composite Aviation Division||SAD||Voronezh||Special Purpose Command||Su-24/Su-25|
|149th Mixed Aviation Division||SAD||Smuravyevo||76th Air Army||Su-24||Disbanded 1998|
|326th Heavy Bomber Aviation Division||TBAD||Ukrainka||37th Air Army||Tu-22M3/MR, Tu-95MS|
Index of abbreviations
- дПВО (dPVO) - Air Defence Division (Diviziya Protivo-Vozdushnaya Oborona)
- KPVO - Air Defence Corps (Korpus Protivo-Vozdushnaya Oborona)
- OA PVO - Independent Army of the Air Defence Forces
- SAD - Composite Aviation Division (Smeshannaya Aviatsionnaya Diviziya)
- TBAD - Heavy Bomber Aviation Division (Tiazholaya Bombardirovochnaya Aviatsionnaya Diviziya)
- VTAD - Military Transport Aviation Division (Voyenno-Transportnaya Aviatsionnaya Diviziya)
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