Alternate namesBaranvichi
Location5 km S Baranovichi
Coordinates53° 5.7' N 26° 2.8' E (53.0950,26.0467)
Elevation183 m (600 ft)
Runway3000x80 m (9842x262 ft) 044-224°T (CONC)
Military units203 Gv TBAP (30-32 Tu-22, 1960s,1991)[#2][#6], (Tu-22PD, 1991)[#2]. 61 IAP (13 MiG-25PDS, 1991)[#1], (25 MiG-23, 1991), (23 Su-27P, 1991)[#1], (Su-27UB, 1991)[#1]

Comments and historyLarge sprawling airfield. Two remote revetment areas, and 30 bomber pads with about 15 fighter pads. Was active as a bomber base in 2000. Located near large early warning radar (Volga Facility). 203 TBAP subordinate to 22 TBAD (Bobruysk). Base has been in major use since November 7, 1951 when it received 45th TBAD or BAD and 203rd TBAP and became one of the prime strategic bomber base of the early 1950s. It conducted numerous Tu-16A sorties to the high arctic starting in the mid 1950s. It also deployed a Tu-16 to Tiksi and onward to ice station SP-6 for field trials in 1958. 61 IAP either is in Kokaydy or moved there.

Mapping linksGoogle Earth -,26.0467&spn=0.1,0.1&output=kml
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Sources Computations and data compilation: Tim Vasquez
Coordinate data: Google Earth
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