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Russian Aerospace Forces

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Country  Russia
Headquarters  Moscow
Role  Aerospace Defence
Part of  Russian Armed Forces
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Founded  August 1st, 2015 - present
Size  188,000 personnel (2014) Approx. 3,040+ to 3,155 aircraft 65 satellites
Engagements  Intervention in the Syrian Civil War
Current commander  Colonel General Viktor Bondarev
Engagement  

The Russian Aerospace Forces or VKS (Russian: Воздушно-космические силы, Vozdushno-Kosmicheskiye Sily) are the Aerospace Forces of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. It was established as a new armed force on the 1 August 2015 with the merging of the Russian Air Force (VVS) and the Russian Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) under the recommendations of the Ministry of Defence. It is headquartered in Moscow. Several reasons were announced for the merger, including greater efficiency and logistical support.

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According to Jane's Information Group, with the merger of the Russian Air Force and the Russian Aerospace Defence Forces, the new Russian Aerospace Forces consists of three sub-branches:

  • Russian Air Force
  • Russian Aerospace Defence Forces
  • Russian Space Forces

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    References

    Russian Aerospace Forces Wikipedia


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