Date of Birth 10 January 1939, Mr.. g. Tulchin Vinnitsa region
In 1962. graduated from the Odessa Military Command School. In 1976. graduated from the Military-Political Academy of the Lenin and in 1985. Academy of General Staff of the USSR.
Doctor of Philosophy. Academician of the Academy of Military Sciences (1996), Academician of the Academy of Natural Sciences (1993), Academician of International Informatization Academy (1996).
After graduating from college in 1962. served in the Southern Group of Forces (Hungary).
Since 1969 th and 1972 th in the newspaper is the Trans-Baikal military district "at her post in the department of culture and life.
In 1972. was transferred to Moscow and was appointed deputy editor of the newspaper "Krasnaya Zvezda".
Since 1978, Mr.. worked in the Ministry of Defense of the USSR at the assistant, Deputy Chief.
. In 1989 he headed the management of the Defense Information
. After the collapse of the Soviet Union for some time continued to serve in the same positions in the General Command of the Unified Armed Forces of the CIS, and since August 1992
. July 1993. was press secretary Allied Commander.
In October 1993. - The Security Council Deputy Secretary.
September 19, 1996, Mr.. appointed First Deputy Chief of Staff. Military rank - Colonel-General (since 1995).
. Since 1997, led by the Coordinating Board of the Defense Ministry Information Management reforming armed forces of Russia.
. In January 2000, headed the information center established at the operational headquarters OGFS in the North Caucasus
In early 2001, said that the U.S. plans to deploy NMD are a threat to the world
. June 29, 2001 presidential decree dismissed "by age.
. July 31, 2001 Manilov was submitted to the heads of administrations of Primorye as a candidate for the post of representative of Primorye in SF.
. In August 2001, stated that his main task considers the inhabitants of Primorye deliverance from the "inferiority syndrome" that results undertaken in recent years "information expansion".
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