President Dmitry Medvedev has dismissed the head of Russia's accident-prone navy and named a new air force chief on his last full day in office as he prepares to take the No. 2 post under Vladimir Putin.
Medvedev, who is on track to become prime minister after Putin returns to the presidency on Monday for a six-year term, has replaced the heads of the army, navy and air force in the past two weeks.
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