The main Frontal Aviation units in the Soviet Far East were all under control of the 1st Red Banner Air Army.
Most of the Frontal Aviation bases were included in the Far Eastern area but a few needed to be added.
1. Khabarovsk-Bolshoy Airbase: Located in the eastern edge of Khabarovsk, this base is the station for the 257th independent Mixed Aviation Regiment, a transportation unit flying over time the AN-10, AN-12, AN-24, AN-26, TU-134, TU-154, IL-18, IL-20/22, Mi-6, Mi-8 and Mi-17.
2. Ozernaya Airbase: The former home to the 224th Fighter-Bomber Aviation Regiment (flying Mig-23's and -27's in 1989/1990), a regiment of the 303rd Smolenskaya Red Banner Fighter-Bomber Aviation Division. The base appeared to have extensive basing capability but it appears to be in the process of turning into ruins and it's very difficult to decipher what was from aerial imagery.
3. Vozzhaevka Airbase: This field was home to two regiments in the late 1980's, first the 56th Bomber Aviation Regiment of the 83rd Bomber Aviation Division flying SU-24's. The second unit was the 293rd independent Reconnaissance Aviation Regiment. Around 1990, this unit had two squardons of Mig-25's and one with SU-17M3R's. Within a couple years the unit recycled their existing jets for SU-24MR's.