(14. 6. 1922 - 3. 8. 2000)
In LADIMIR Mikhailovich Bezbokov, Guard Captain, deputy commander of a squadron of 7-th Guards Air Regiment Gatchina Red long-range (54 th Air Division, 4 Guards Air Corps)
. Born in 1922 in Mr.. Atkarsk Saratov region. Russian. Of the 10 th grade high school went to the Aero Club, and in March 1940 he entered the Military Aviation School. In World War II contributed to its beginning to the victory over Germany. He fought in the 18 th Air Force, carrying out combat missions in the interest of the North-Western, Western, Stalingrad, North Caucasus, Leningrad, Voronezh, 2-th Ukrainian and other fronts. An active part in the defense of Moscow, Leningrad, Stalingrad, the Battle of Kursk, the liberation of Romania, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. For military distinction and impeccable service in the Soviet Army awarded two Orders of Red Banner (1942, . 1943), . Order of the Patriotic War, 1 st degree (1944), . Red Star (1955), . medal "For Courage" (1941), . "Service in Battle" (1950), . "For the Defense of Moscow", . "For the Defense of Leningrad", . "For the defense of Stalingrad" and many other awards and medals.,
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Vladimir Mikhailovich Bezbokovu awarded 29 June 1945 for the 259 successful sorties to bomb key installations in the enemy's rear and shown courage and bravery.,
. In Follow the job command, Bezbokov involved in causing bombing raids on military targets of the enemy in the cities of Helsinki, Budapest, Warsaw, Tallinn, Kotka, Turku and other major towns.
. Fter the victory over Germany, air wing, consisting of serving in
. M. Bezbokov, were transferred to the Far East, where from August to September 1945 it participated in the war with Japan.
In September 1945. M. Bezbokov was sent to the post of deputy commander of the 200 th Aviation Regiment of the Guards in the city of Boryspil Ukraine.
From 1950 to 1953 he served as a senior inspector pilots of distant aircraft. After graduating from the Air Force Academy (1953-1956) Colonel. M. Bezbokov was appointed commander of aviation AFLRO. From 1958 to 1960 he served as deputy commander of the Air Division, and from 1960 to 1963 - commander of the Air Division.
In 1963, Major General Aviation in. M. Bezbokov entered the Academy of General Staff of the Armed Forces of the USSR. After graduation he was assigned commander of the 6-th individual heavy bombarded Corps (1965-1970). Honored Military Pilot of the USSR (1965). From 1970 to 1980 he served as deputy commander of long-range aviation. In 1985, the rank of lieutenant general aviation has resigned from his post as commander of the 30-th Air Army VGK.
. Died Aug. 3, 2000, buried in Irkutsk.
September 20, 1942 Bezbokova crew were tasked to strike enemy concentration in the north-western outskirts of Stalingrad
. When approaching the goal with Li-2 bomber refused left motor. Bezbokov, continuing to fly on one engine, made precision bombing, causing two strong explosions and hearth fire, and then made a prosperous landed on its airfield.
. At night, July 17, 1943 Bezbokovv low clouds perfectly fulfilled the task of covering the railway junction Barvinkove
. Polk inflicted on the exact purpose of the illuminated bomber strikes, killing several trains. On the way back Bezbokov noticed how the crew of a burning Li-2 leaves the car. It was over enemy territory. Without thinking, Bezbokov landed his plane on a piece of the cornfield, picked up in trouble crew, including the two wounded officers, and took him to their base.
. In January 1944 Bezbokov received the mission to crush the enemy long-range batteries "Fly", shelling Leningrad
. In one night, a brave pilot made four sorties. The enemy's battery was destroyed.
October 9, 1944 Bezbokovu was ordered to deliver ammunition Czechoslovak partisans in the area of the city Zvolen. In bad weather, breaking multi-layer clouds in the mountains Bezbokov found on the fires partisan airfield and made a prosperous land. Return flight had brought to our area three seriously wounded Czechoslovak officers.
. Total fall of 1944 the crew Bezbokova had 7 night missions behind enemy lines in the territory of Czechoslovakia, bringing the Czechoslovak partisans in 4500 kilograms of ammunition and 64 soldiers with personal weapons.
. During the Great Patriotic War Bezbokov fall on the heads of enemies more than 200 tons of high-explosive bombs, . 720 dropped flares, . destroyed 6 warehouses with ammunition, . 8 trains, . 12 aircraft, . 26 tanks, . 9 cars, . caused 75 major fires and 57 powerful explosions.,
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