41st Combined Arms Red Banner Army, military unit 64128 (Novosibirsk)
|201st Military Base [Motorized Brigade]||Dushanbe, Tajikistan|
|7th Separate Tank Brigade||Chebarkul|
|15th Separate Motorized Brigade||Roschinskyy (Samara)|
|21st Separate Motorized Brigade||Totskoe|
|23rd Separate Motorized Brigade||Samara|
|28th Separate Motorized Brigade||Ekaterinburg|
|32nd Separate Motorized Brigade||Novosibirsk|
|35th Separate Motorized Brigade||Aleisk|
|55th Separate Motorized Brigade (Mountain)||Kyzyl, Tuva|
|74th Separate Motorized Brigade||Yurga (Kemerovo)|
|3rd Separate SPETSNAZ Brigade||Tolyatti|
|24th Separate SPETSNAZ Brigade||Novosibirsk|
|28th Air Defense Brigade||Chebarkul|
|61st Air Defense Brigade||Yurga|
|92nd Missile Brigade||Totskoe|
|120th Artillery Brigade||Yurga|
|385th Artillery Brigade||Totskoe|
|29th NBC Defense Brigade||Ekaterinburg|
|35th C3 Brigade||Kochenevo (Novosibirsk)|
|59th C3 Brigade||Ekatirenburg|
The field command of the 41st Army in accordance with the directive of the Headquarters of the Supreme High Command of May 14, 1942 was deployed on the basis of the headquarters of the operational group of troops of the Kalinin Front with the deployment of the army headquarters on the day of formation in the n. Red Hill, 13 km northwest of the city of White Kalinin (now Tver) region.
At the time of formation, the army consisted of the 17th Guards, 134th, 135th and 234th Rifle Divisions, 21st Panzer Brigade, 109th and 204th Separate Guards Mortar Divisions. Subsequently, the 24th Cavalry Division, 127th Communication Regiment, 883th Mixed Aviation Regiment, 104th Tank Brigade, 452nd and 592nd Fighter Anti-Tank Artillery Regiments, 93rd and 238th I am infantry divisions, 1st mechanized and 6th infantry corps, 150th infantry division, 83rd corps artillery regiment.
The main task of the 41st Army, which was part of the Kalinin Front, was to prevent the advance of the enemy north and northeast of the city of Bely and to deprive him of the opportunity to threaten the rear of the 39th Army. In March-April 1943, the army completed the task assigned to it, and its formations and military units were transferred to the 39th and 43rd armies of the Kalinin Front. For the period from May 1942 to March 1, 1943, for the courage and heroism shown in the struggle against the Nazi invaders, 22593 military personnel of the army were awarded orders and medals of the USSR.
On the basis of Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of July 27, 1998, No. 900 and the order of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, on the basis of the command of the Siberian Military District on December 1, 1998, the command of the 41st combined arms army was re-formed with headquarters in Novosibirsk.
Pursuant to the requirements of the Directive of the Minister of Defense of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation dated January 19, 2009 No. D-08, the command of 41 armies was reorganized into the command of 41 combined arms army (operational command).
On the basis of Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of July 6, 2010 No. 843 and the directive of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation on September 1, 2010, 41 army from the troops of the Siberian Military District were transferred to the troops of the Central Military District.
Units and military units of the 41st Army are deployed on the territory of 5 constituent entities of the Russian Federation: Novosibirsk, Omsk, Kemerovo, Irkutsk Regions, Altai Territory.
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