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16th Air Army

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16th Air Force Airmen Producing Outcomes

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7th Parachute Regiment RHA | 16 Air Assault Brigade | British Army

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25th SecAF, 16th Air Force, Project Da Vinci

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Live fire exercise at Woomera Test Range

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16th Air Assault Brigade

The 16th Red Banner Air Army was the most important formation of the Special Purpose Command. Initially formed during the Second World War as a part of the Soviet Air Force, it was from its 2002 reformation to its 2009 disbandment the tactical air force component of the Moscow Military District. The 16th Air Army took part in the Battle of Berlin with 28 Aviation divisions and 7 Separate aviation regiments, and was located with the GSFG in East Germany until 1994. Withdrawn to Kubinka in that year, the army was disbanded and reformed as a corps in 1998.
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