(10. 12. 1904 - 14. 12. 1976)
By lobsters Vladimir Nikolaevich - the commander of the 13th Guards Division stelkovoy (5 th Guards Army, 1 st Ukrainian Front) Guard colonel. Born December 10, 1904 in Moscow. Russian. From 1916 he worked at the railway station Podmoskovnaya (now Red БT Baltiets), then an assistant fireman at the factory isolator Б-= Бv=.
In the army since 1926. In 1930 he graduated from the Kiev infantry training in 1937 БT Military Academy of Mechanization and Motorization of the Red Army. He served in the frontier troops, was commander of the course of the Higher School of Frontier, the commander of a tank battalion of the boundary of the Kharkov school.
Member of the Great Patriotic War from June 1941 as commander of Infantry Division. He fought in the North-Western, Kalinin, Steppenwolf, 1 st and 2 nd Ukrainian fronts. At the end of the war commander БT 13th Guards Rifle Division. The division under his command distinguished themselves in Vistula-Oder operation. January 12, 1945 the division went on the offensive with Sandomierz bridgehead, . overcome the distance from the Vistula to the Oder, . crossed the Oder River near the village of Linden (Limes, . 7 km north-west of the city Brzeg, . Poland), . captured and expanded the bridgehead on the left bank.,
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Vladimir Nikolaevich Komarov conferred May 29, 1945 for the successful conduct of military units and for displaying personal courage and heroism.
. In 1951 he graduated from the higher academic courses at the Military Academy of the General Staff
. Corps commander, army, troops of the Volga Military District, was on the responsible work in the central apparatus of the USSR Ministry of Defense. Member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 5 th and 6 th convocations. Since 1969, General-Colonel Komarov VN. БT retired.
Lived in Moscow. Died Dec. 14, 1976. He is buried in Moscow on Kuntsevo Cemetery.
. Awarded 5 orders of Lenin, 3 Orders of the Red Banner, Order of Suvorov 2 nd degree, 2-Kutuzov, First Class, World War 1-st degree, medals and foreign decorations.