Red Army newspaper, published by the 7th Air Army during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. The first issue was released on November 25, 1942. Publication frequency: daily. Managing Editors: I. A. Portyankin (No. 169 (July 27) - 184 (August 10); G. B. Budashevsky (No. 190). Boevaya Vahta newspaper was created instead of other editions of the Karelian Front aviation units after establishing the 7th Air Army. The editorial office was in Belomorsk. It included employees of the newspapers Za Rodinu (For Motherland), Krylya Sovetov (Wings of the Soviets), Vpered (Forward) and Severniy Sokol (Northern Falcon). The newspaper featured articles, letters, notes of staff officers, unit commanders, pilots, soldiers. It also published the supplement - Bulletin of the Red Army newspaper Boevaya Vahta.
The Red Army newspaper was published by the 310th Rifle Division during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Publication frequency: 3 times per week. Managing Editor: T. Tinchurin. The publication featured essays, articles, information on the Red Army successful operations in the struggle against the Nazi invaders.
Presented issues: 1944
Heroic Сampaign: Red Army newspaper of the N military union
The Red Army newspaper, published by the 176th Infantry Division of the Karelian Front during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. The publication frequency was not regular. Managing Editor: N. N. Chugaev. The newspaper was printed in several formats: full and reduced. The numeration of the reduced issues was inconsistent. It coincided with the "main" issue or continued its numbering. From July 1944 the numeration ceased. The newspaper published combat information, articles, and frontline notes.
The Krasny Strelok Red Army newspaper was published during the Great Patriotic War. It was a press organ of the 21st Infantry Division. Managing Editor: B. Gryanov, deputy managing editor: D. Kiselev. Field mail: 17752-T.
The Red Army newspaper, published by the 26th Army of the Karelian Front during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Publication frequency: 1 time in 3 days. Managing Editor: P. P. Molokoedov. The publication was liquidated after the creation of the 7th Air Army. The editorial staff entered the Boevaya Vahta (Combat Watch) military newspaper.
The Red Army newspaper Na Boevom Postu (At the Battle Station) was published during the Great Patriotic War. It belonged to the 54 Rifle Division (Karelian front). Managing Editor: V. Kuzenko. Field mail: 42230-Zh.
Red Army frontline newspaper published by the 7th artillery division of the High Command Reserve during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Publication frequency: 3 times per week. Managing Editor: A. Glezer. The publication featured operational reports, articles, frontline notes.
The Razgromit' Vraga (To Defeat the Enemy) Red Army newspaper was published during the Great Patriotic War by the 114 Rifle Division. Managing Editor: V. Shashkov. Field mail: 17762 B. There were the Leaflets of the same name.