Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy

Military Academy of Mechanization and MotorizationMalinovsky Tank AcademyMilitary Academy of Armored ForcesMilitary Academy of Mechanization and Motorization of the Red ArmyMilitary Academy of Motorization and MechanizationMilitary Armored Forces AcademyRed Army Military Academy of Mechanization and MotorizationAcademy of the WPRA Mechanization and Motorization ProgramJ.V. Stalin Academy of the WPRA Mechanization and Motorization ProgramMalinovsky Academy
The Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy was one of the foremost Soviet military academies.wikipedia
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It was based in the Lefortovo district of Moscow, in a former royal palace.
It has since been occupied by the Moscow Cadet Corps, Malinovsky Tank Academy and other military institutions and has generally been inaccessible to the public at large.

Rodion Malinovsky

Marshal of the Soviet Union Rodion Yakovlevich MalinovskyRodion Yakovlevich MalinovskyMalinovsky
It was renamed after Marshal Rodion Malinovsky in 1967.
The government gave his name to the leading Soviet Military Academy of Tank Troops in Moscow and to the 10th Guards Uralsko-Lvovskaya Tank Division.

Anatoly Kvashnin

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Notable alumni included Vasily Chuikov, Sergey Akhromeyev, Vladimir Tolubko, Boris Vasiliev, and Anatoly Kvashnin.
He later attended the Malinovsky Tank Academy graduating in 1976.

Boris Vasilyev (writer)

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Notable alumni included Vasily Chuikov, Sergey Akhromeyev, Vladimir Tolubko, Boris Vasiliev, and Anatoly Kvashnin.
After his World War II service, Vasiliev enrolled at the Malinovsky Tank Academy.

Military academies in Russia

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Я. Малиновского) was one of the foremost Soviet military academies. In 1998 the Malinovsky Academy merged with the Frunze Military Academy to become the "Combined Arms Academy".
Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy (Военная академия бронетанковых войск им.

Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation

Combined Arms AcademyFrunze Military AcademyAcademy of Motorization and Mechanization
In 1998 the Malinovsky Academy merged with the Frunze Military Academy to become the "Combined Arms Academy".
The CAA was formed in 1998 on the base of the Frunze Military Academy and Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy.

Lefortovo District

LefortovoLefortovo District (Moscow)
It was based in the Lefortovo district of Moscow, in a former royal palace.

Joseph Stalin

StalinJosef StalinJosif Stalin
The institution was established in 1932 as the "J.V. Stalin Academy of the WPRA Mechanization and Motorization Program".

Warsaw Pact

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Its mission was to train Soviet and Warsaw Pact commanders, staff officers, and engineers for armored and mechanized units.

Vasily Chuikov

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Notable alumni included Vasily Chuikov, Sergey Akhromeyev, Vladimir Tolubko, Boris Vasiliev, and Anatoly Kvashnin.

Sergey Akhromeyev

Marshal of the Soviet Union Sergey Fyodorovich AkhromeyevSergei AkhromeyevSergey Fyodorovich Akhromeyev
Notable alumni included Vasily Chuikov, Sergey Akhromeyev, Vladimir Tolubko, Boris Vasiliev, and Anatoly Kvashnin.

Mikhail Fomichyov

Mikhail Georgievich FomichyovMikhail Fomichev
For showing himself to be a good commander he was recommended to attend the Stalin Academy of the WPRA Mechanization and Motorization Program.

Rufina Gasheva

Lieutenant colonel of the reserve Rufina Gasheva
Postwar, she continued to serve and was a lecturer in foreign languages at the Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy before her retirement.

Nikolai Vedeneyev

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In 1938 he became chief of the commanders' improvement courses at the Military Academy of Mechanization and Motorization.

Fyodor Reut

Reut, Fyodor
In 1968 he graduated from the Ulyanovsk Tank College, in 1978, the Malinovsky Armoured Forces Academy, in 1990 - the General Staff Academy of the Soviet Armed Forces.

Viktor Chechevatov

V.S. Chechevatov
A graduate of Ulyanovsk Tank School in 1966, in 1973 he finished Military Academy of Armored Forces and in 1984 Chechevatov graduated with a gold medal Academy of General Staff.

Alexey Kurkin

After graduating from the Military Academy of Mechanization and Motorization, Kurkin commanded tank brigades and then a tank division.

Stepan Shutov

Stepan Fyodorovich Shutov
From May 1943 he took commanders courses at the Military Academy of the Mechanization and Motorization of the Red Army.

Mikhail Panov

He graduated from the Stalin Academy for Motorization and Mechanization in 1938, assuming command over the 48th Light Tank Brigade in November of that year.

Valery Gerasimov

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Born in Kazan, Tatar ASSR, he graduated from the Kazan Suvorov Military School (1971–1973), the Kazan Higher Tank Command School, named after the Supreme Soviet of the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1973–1977), the Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy (1984–1987), and the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia (1995–1997).

Aleksandr Trofimov (actor)

Aleksandr Trofimov
Since 1969 he worked as a technician of the scene of an officer club in the Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy.

Vasily Kabanov

After being seriously wounded in fighting around Leningrad, he took refresher courses at the Red Army Military Academy of Mechanization and Motorization.

Oleg Salyukov

In 1977 he graduated from the Ulyanovsk Guards Higher Tank Command School with gold medal, in 1985 from the Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy with high honours and in 1996 from the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia.

Vladimir Zhdanov

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In 1964, he was the Commandant of the Military Academy of the Tank Forces in the Soviet Union.