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Dmitriy Emelyanenko served in the KTurkVO of the Soviet army in Ashgabat

10.10.1985 | News

At the end of 1985, Dmitriy Emelyanenko was drafted into the ranks of the Soviet army.

He served in the KTurkVO (Red Banner Turkestan Military District) in Ashgabat.

The Turkestan military district was created during the military reform of 1874, carried out in Russia by Minister D. Milyutin, when the entire territory of Russia was divided into 14 military districts.

In 1968, the Turkestan Military District was awarded the Order of the Red Banner and became known as the Red Banner Turkestan Military District (KTurkvo).

Ashgabat Station
Ashgabat Station

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