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Ordzhonikidze Higher the All-Arms is the Command of the the Command of Red-Banner School
The Ordzhonikidze School was awarded the Revolutionary Red Banner (1930), the Honorary Revolutionary Banner of the USSR Central Executive Committee (1931), the Order of the Red Banner (1943), and also in 1971 was named after Marshal of the Soviet Union A.I. Eremenko. On November 16, 1918, the 36th Tula Infantry Courses of the Red Commanders, which prepared junior commanders for parts of the Red Army, were created in Tula. In May 1924, the Tula Infantry School was relocated to Vladikavkaz (Ordzhonikidze in 1931–1944, 1954–1990). In 1937, the Ordzhonikidzevskaya United Red Banner Military School was renamed the Ordzhonikidze Red Banner Military School. The postage stamp depicts the building and the banner of the Higher Combined Arms Command Twice Red Banner School named after Marshal A.I. Eremenko.
Centenary of the State Secret Service
A state secret protection system is a combination of state secret protection agencies, the means they use and the methods of protecting the information that constitutes a state secret, their carriers, as well as events held for this purpose. Such a body is the State Security Service of the Armed Forces, subordinate to the Eighth Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. On November 13, 1918, by order of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic, the staff of the organizational department of the All-Russian General Staff was announced, in which, for the first time, the General and Cryptographic Department was selected as an independent unit in the Reporting and Organizational Department. The postage stamp shows the emblem of the Eighth Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on a beige background.