Mihailin Vladimir( Hero of the Soviet Union)
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Biography Mihailin Vladimir
(July 17, 1915 - ...)
November 18, 1999 for their courage and bravery shown in combat against the Nazi invaders in the Great Patriotic War, a permanent bureau of the Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR issued a decree conferring in. V. Mihailin Hero of the Soviet Union. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, . Order of the October Revolution, . three orders of the Red Banner, . Order of Red Banner of Labor, . two honors World War I degree, . two Orders of Red Star, . Polish Order of the Cross The Brave ", . medal "For Courage", . "Service in Battle", . "For the Defense of Leningrad", . "For the Defense of Soviet Arctic", . "For Victory over Germany", . "For the Victory over Japan", . many other Soviet and foreign awards.,
. Born July 25, 1915 in Moscow
. Father - Mihailin Vasily Borisovich (mind. 1943). Mother - Mikhailina Evdokia Ivanovna (mind. 1962). Wife - Alfereva Galina (1916. born.). Son - Mihailin Sergei Vladimirovich (1943. born., died in a fire in a train on Dec. 31, 1981).
. Vladimir Mihailin graduated from Kaluga Agricultural College, and from April to November 1933 served as a technical director of the farm "Smentsevo" Nekouz Ivanovo Oblast, . and from November 1933 - technical director of the farm "Ermolino" Borowski Area,
In September 1937 he entered the Agricultural Academy named after M. E. Timiryazeva in Moscow, and in July 1939 became a student of the Higher Naval School named after the Red M. V. Frunze. As a student of Graduate Studies, 22 June 1941 was on the practice in the Baltic Sea Fleet in the cruiser "Aurora", and then the destroyer "Lenin" that stood in the dock of the city Liepaja.
In the first hours of World War II naval forces based in Liepaja, were attacked by fascist aircraft. Destroyer "Lenin" by order of the command was blown up, and the students were withdrawn from the school ship practices and submitted to the marines on the ships of the fleet. Vladimir Mihailin was appointed commander of the tug бL 6, whose task staging barges, armed with antiaircraft artillery, on the approaches from the sea to Kronstadt and Leningrad. From anti-aircraft artillery, located on the barge, the German air force carried a substantial losses.
In November 1941,. Mihailin was given the rank of lieutenant and he was assigned to the Northern Fleet in the White Sea Flotilla for the post of commander-1 warheads and warheads-4 minesweepers-65.
On this ship he took part in search and rescue of survivors of the convoy transports infamous "PQ-17". The ship managed to pick up three of the crew from the British transports in the open sea to rescue raft. However, the minesweeper itself withstood the attacks of the Luftwaffe, and getting hit two bombs in the forecastle of the ship, was put to the repair. Vladimir Mihailin was transferred to an assistant commander TIH-61 (06.1942-04.1943), and after his death - the commander of a minesweeper-110 (04.1943-05.1945).
He served on the ships of the Northern Fleet from December 1941 to May 1945,. V. Mihailin not taking part in a posting, protecting convoys and minesweeping operations of the strait Vilkitski to Murmansk and Arkhangelsk. Only in the area of. Dixon TIH-110 under his command vytralil 41 donnuyu magnetic acoustic mine and rammed a German submarine. For these actions the commander of a minesweeper 110 was awarded the Order of the Red Banner and TIH-110 became the Red Banner. He participated in the piloting of almost all transport convoys.
At the end of the Great Patriotic War. V. Mihailin was transferred to the Pacific Fleet, which served until 1948. In 1945 he received the frigate, EC-9 in the USA (Alaska, Bay Cold Bay), and has moved to Vladivostok from entering the port Deutsch Harbor (USA), Petropavlovsk (Kamchatka), Okhotsk Sea, Tatar Strait, Vladivostok. In August 1945, led the marines in port Seishin (Korea), and then landed in Maoka (Southern Sakhalin)
. After the Japanese surrender at the end of October 1945 the frigate was named the flagship unit of cargo ships "Jean Jaurц¬s", . "Lomonosov", . "Dzhurma", . KAVKAZ, . "Second Five-Year Plan", . which were loaded troops 127 th Mountain Corps General Solovyov,
. The transition unit escorts and transports, from Vladivostok to Anadyr (Chukotka) was held in extremely difficult weather conditions. In the stormy ocean vessels that were buried deep in the water, leaving visible only the bridges and towers, then flew up to the crest of the waves, exposing careen. In such difficult conditions, 127-th mountain infantry corps was landed on the shores of the River Anadyr and Chukotka in the Bay of Providence.
With the return of the frigate in Vladivostok in. V. Mihailin was ordered to the Fleet Commander Admiral and. S. Yumashev follow in Port Arthur, the lead unit of surface ships and submarines for the permanent basing of the newly organized naval base at Port Arthur. Go squadron of the Pacific Fleet was successful. However, heavy feeling left in the hearts of sailors pass the Tsushima Strait, where in 1905, 2 nd Pacific Squadron of Admiral Rozhdestvensky suffered a crushing defeat by the Japanese fleet.
Based in Port Arthur, frigate EC-9 was carrying military service in the Yellow Sea. At this time there was a war in China. The U.S. Navy stationed at the ports of China, including the port of Qingdao (in the Yellow Sea) to support the forces landed on the coast and while fighting with troops. One day in October 1948 in the frigate. V. Mikhailina found sinking Chinese transport Tong-Ping ", which contained more than 300 women and children. Frigate took people on board, and transportation has taken in tow and brought to Port Arthur. For these actions the crew of the frigate received a commendation from the Chinese authorities.
In January 1948,. V. Mihailin continued to serve as a senior officer's 4 th Division of Organizational and Mobilization Department of the Chief of Staff of the Navy. From December 1948 to February 1952 he was - a student of the Leningrad Naval Academy named K.E. Voroshilov, after its completion he was appointed senior assistant to the commander Admiral Nakhimov Black Sea Fleet (1952-1955). From July to December 1955 commanded the cruiser "Admiral Kornilov", and from December 1955 to September 1958 - cruiser Kuibyshev ".
One of the notable events in the biography in. V. Mikhailina this period were the visits to Albania, where the brigade was based submarines and surface ships, and combat patrolling in the Mediterranean Sea. As commander of the cruiser Kuibyshev, three went to Albania for friends Enver Hoxha, Bekir Balukah and Mehmed Shehu to address critical interstate relations between Albania and the Soviet Union.
. In 1957, under the flag of Soviet Defense Minister Marshal T
. K. Zhukov cruiser Kuibyshev was a campaign of Sevastopol in Yugoslavia.
In 1960, after graduating from the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, in. V. Mihailin became commander of the 50 th Division cruisers. In 1961-1963 years in command of 150 Brigade Missilevessel. In May 1963, appointed first deputy commander of the Baltic Fleet in February 1967 - Commander twice Red Banner Baltic Fleet.
From 1970 to 1978 he was Deputy Commander of the Navy and Chief of VMUZam VMUZ. In 1978-1983 years he was appointed Deputy Chief of the Allied forces of the Warsaw Treaty on the navy, . and since 1983 up to and including dismissal from service was military advisor to the inspectors general of the USSR Armed Forces.,
. In December 1987, Admiral
. V. Mihailin retired. From 1987 to present he is chairman of the presidium of the Council of veterans of the Red Banner Northern Fleet and a member of the presidium of the Moscow War Veterans Committee.
. November 18, 1999 for their courage and bravery shown in combat against the Nazi invaders in the Great Patriotic War, a permanent bureau of the Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR issued a decree conferring in
. V. Mihailin Hero of the Soviet Union. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, . Order of the October Revolution, . three orders of the Red Banner, . Order of Red Banner of Labor, . two honors World War I degree, . two Orders of Red Star, . Polish Order of the Cross The Brave ", . medal "For Courage", . "Service in Battle", . "For the Defense of Leningrad", . "For the Defense of Soviet Arctic", . "For Victory over Germany", . "For the Victory over Japan", . many other Soviet and foreign awards.,
. Lives in Moscow.