(3. 5. 1926)
M shall be salted with Georgy-test pilot. Born May 3, 1926 in Ufa (Bashkortostan). Russian. In 1943 he graduated from the Central Aero Club Chkalov, who was then evacuated to Kazan. In the army since 1944. In 1945 he graduated from the school initial training of pilots, in 1948 БT Chuguyivske Military Aviation School in 1949 БT Higher officer aviation training schools (Grozny). Until 1951 was an instructor pilot in Chuguyivske Military Aviation School. In 1953 he graduated from the Test Pilot School in 1959 БT evening department Zhukovsky branch MAI.
In 1953-1962 БT in flight test work in OKB Mikoyan (in 1959-1962 БT senior test pilot EDO). Rise into the sky and tested a large number of combat aircraft, designed and built in the DB in the years БT E-2, MIG-19C, I-3U, I-7U, I-75, SM-12PM, I-75F, E - 152a, E-152, E-8. Participated in the testing of fighter aircraft MiG-17, MiG-19, MiG-21 and its numerous modifications. In 1959-1962, fixed 6 of world aviation speed records and flight altitude (including 3 БT absolute) on the MiG-21 and E-166.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Georgy Mosolov was awarded on Oct. 5, 1960 for their courage and heroism shown during the trial of a new aviation technology.
. During the test repeatedly coming in emergency situations, of which successfully went
. September 11, 1962 during a test flight on a prototype supersonic fighter E-8 had an accident due to the destruction of the engine. The pilot had to eject. Obtained during this ejection serious injury prevented him after his recovery to return to flight operations.
Worked as lead engineer on the flight station OKB Mikoyan. Since 1966, Colonel Mosolov GK. БT in stock. Later he worked in the aviation department of the Higher Komsomol School, representative of Aeroflot in foreign countries (until 1992).
. Lives in Moscow.
. W asluzhenny Test Pilot of the USSR (1967), Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1965)
. Awarded 2 orders of Lenin, Order of the Red Star and medals. Awarded 3 medals de Lavaux (FAI) (1960, 1962, 1963).
Biography provided by A. Simonov