(5. 8. 1922)
B egeldinov Talgat Yakubekovich airman attack. Born August 5, 1922 in the village of Mai-Balik Akmola region. By nationality Kazakh. Graduated from high school Frunze (now Bishkek). In the Soviet Army from 1940. He graduated from the Orenburg, the military aviation school pilots in 1942. Member of the CPSU since 1943
In Private World War II from January 1943. His first sortie carried out in the morning on Feb. 17, 1943, and in the evening - two more. Soon claimed his first aerial victory by shooting down fighter Bf.109. In the battles for Kharkov was shot down. Despite many difficulties, managed to cross the front line and returned to his regiment prodozhil militant activity.
. Deputy komandirara Squadron 144 th Guards Attack, . Aviation Regiment (9 Guards Assault, . Air Division, . 5-th Air Army, . 2-Second Ukrainian Front) Guard Lieutenant Begeldinov to June 1944 has made 155 sorties for the exploration and ground attack enemy fortifications, . Aerodrome, . railway junctions, . concentrations of troops protivnikaka.,
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Talgat Yakubekovichu Begeldinov awarded Oct. 26, 1944 for the courage and skill, . shown during the liberation of the cities Znamenka, . Kirovograd, . for personally downed in aerial combat 4 enemy aircraft and efficient promotion of ground troops in entering the state border.,
. Commanding a squadron of the same regiment (9 Guards Assault, Air Division, 1 Guards Attack, Air Corps, 2-Air Army, 1 st Ukrainian Front), to March 1945 made a further 120 sorties.
. In the Torah medal "Gold Star" Captain Begeldinov awarded June 27, 1945, for his able leadership the squadron and combat exploits of attack at concentrations of troops and equipment of the enemy in battles for the city of Krakow, . Oppeln (Opole), . Katowice, . Breslau (Wroclaw) and Berlin.,
. In just two years Begeldinov made 305 sorties, . Having them in a total of nearly 500 hours, . destroyed a lot of equipment and manpower, . in aerial combat shot down 7 aircraft, . several burned to the ground at ground attack enemy airfields.,
. A fitting end path Begeldinov combat in World War II was its participation in the Victory Parade on June 24, 1945.
. Fter the war he continued service in the Air Force
. In 1950 he graduated from the Air Force Academy. Honored Military Pilot of the USSR. Since 1956 - in stock. From 1957 to 1970 - senior inspector and deputy chief of the Kazakh territorial Department of Civil Aviation. In 1968 Begeldinov graduated from the Moscow Civil Engineering Institute and the length of time worked in senior positions in the State Construction Committee of the Kazakh SSR. Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 2 nd, 3 rd convocation. He is currently president of the International Charitable Fund, which bears his name. The Fund provides assistance to disabled war veterans and orphans.
. P olkovnik retired Begeldinov awarded the Order of Lenin, 2 orders of the Red Banner, Order of Alexander Nevsky, World War 1 and 2 degrees, the Red Star, Order of Glory 3 degrees, medals
. Bronze bust installed in the home. Honor, cadet Orenburg Higher Military Aviation School behalf Polbin.
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