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Old 21st July 2006, 00:07
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Colonel Golovya Soviet Air Force Arctic Circle 1941

Hi

Long shot, but has anyone got any more information on a Colonel Golovya

He was Commander of 1 Air Regiment in late 1941 in the Arctic Circle.

I am sure 1 Air Regiment consisted on 145IAP, 147IAP and a SB bomber unit?

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Old 21st July 2006, 05:31
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Re: Colonel Golovya Soviet Air Force Arctic Circle 1941

Hi,

Do you mean the 1st Mixed air division (SAD)? It contained these units: 137 SBAP, 145 IAP, 147 IAP, 10 SBAP. Golovnya was in command until 2/15/42. That's all I have. I hope this helps.

http://www.online-translator.com/url...uct/d/sad1.dat

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Old 21st July 2006, 12:18
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Re: Colonel Golovya Soviet Air Force Arctic Circle 1941

Michail Michailovich Golovnya
Colonel, from August 7 1943 General-Major

during Winter War and before WW2 CO 147th IAP
June 1941 - February 15 1942 CO 1st SAD (137th SBAP, 145th IAP, 147th IAP, 14th OAES, 118th ORAE)
March/April 1942 - November 28 1942 CO VVS of 26th Army
November 28 1942 - December 10 1942 CO 258th IAD
July 13 1943 - End of War CO 10th IAK
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Re: Colonel Golovya Soviet Air Force Arctic Circle 1941

Michal/ftrbmr

Thanks for that. That is what I was looking for. Very much appreciated.

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