Order of the Red Star

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Ivaschenko Vasily Andreevich
Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
The best sapper of the unit, Sergeant Major V. Pinenkov, awarded the Order of the Red Star and the badge "Excellent sapper"
Anti-aircraft gun-layer, Corporal I.M. Bessonov, awarded the Order of the Red Star
Women pilots of the light bomber aviation
Commander of a squadron of 17th fighter aviation regiment Captain A.I. Novikov near the Bell P-39 Air-Cobra aircraft
Recons of Senior Lieutenant Nikolay Savchenko's division (279 Lisichansk Rifle Division) awarded orders
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich
Ivaschenko Vasily Andreevich
Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
The best sapper of the unit, Sergeant Major V. Pinenkov, awarded the Order of the Red Star and the badge "Excellent sapper"
Anti-aircraft gun-layer, Corporal I.M. Bessonov, awarded the Order of the Red Star
Women pilots of the light bomber aviation
Commander of a squadron of 17th fighter aviation regiment Captain A.I. Novikov near the Bell P-39 Air-Cobra aircraft
Recons of Senior Lieutenant Nikolay Savchenko's division (279 Lisichansk Rifle Division) awarded orders
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich

Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich

Type of troops: Artillery Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich was born on May 29, 1909 in the village of Voskresenka, Fedorovsky district, Saratov region. After graduating from Timiryazevsky agricultural technical school in 1932, he worked as an agronomist-grain grower in various districts of the Saratov region, then - deputy. Director of the Petrovsk State Breeding Station. In January 1942 he was mobilized into the ranks of the Soviet Army, where he first studied at advanced training courses for command personnel. From April 1943 he served as Assistant Chief of Staff of a separate mortar battalion of the 45th mechanized brigade of the 5th mechanized corps of the Western Front, later - Chief of Staff of the same battalion and brigade, but with the assignment of the name of the 18th Guards Red Banner Order of Kutuzov, II degree of the Mechanized Dniester Brigade 6th Tank Army of the Amur-Transbaikal Front with the rank of Guard Senior Lieutenant. Has a number of government awards. In February 1944, for his participation in the Korsun - Shevchenko operation, he was awarded the medal "For Military Merit". In June 1944, thanks to the use of nomadic mortars, 22 enemy attacks on the approaches to the town Iasi (Romania) were repuls. For these military successes V.F. Khramchenkov was awarded the Order of the "Red Star". For his participation in the prevention of the enemy counterstrike in the Iasi-Chisinau direction, he was awarded the second Order of the Red Star. In battles in the area of station Kamarnaya (Hungary), being surrounded, the soldiers under the command of V.F. Khramchenkov with fire from all types of weapons destroyed several artillery and mortar firing points of the enemy and, breaking through the cordon ring, emerged from the encirclement without loss of personnel and military property. On January 10, 1945, in the center of Vienna, VF Khramchenkov, together with two other soldiers, was taken prisoner by a German SS colonel, who possessed valuable information about the location and tactics of German troops. The data obtained helped in suppressing enemy combat points and moving forward. Being wounded, he corrected the fire of our batteries during the crossing of the Danube and the liberation of Vienna. For his participation in these operations, he was awarded two Orders of the Patriotic War, II degree. He took part in the liberation of Austria, Czechoslovakia, Manchuria. By decrees of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, he was awarded medals "For Victory over Germany", "For Victory over Japan", "For the Capture of Budapest", "For the Capture of Vienna", "For the Liberation of Prague". After demobilization in September 1946, he joined the head of the Turkovskaya control and seed laboratory. Subsequently, he worked as director of the Pobeda state farm (1955-61), procurement inspector (1961-66) and director of the grain receiving point in Rtishchevo (1966-69). After retirement, he moved with his family to Balakovo. V.F. Khramchenkov passed away in September 1983 at the age of 74.
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