(20. 3. 1920)
And Alexis V. Mitryakov, . Guard Sergeant, . assistant platoon leader walking Intelligence 47 th Guards Rifle Regiment, 15 Guards Rifle Kharkiv Order of Lenin Red Banner Order of Suvorov Division, . born March 20, 1920 in a,
. Rybutke Saratov (formerly. Voroshilov) district of Saratov region. Russian, non-partisan. He graduated from the seven-year school, before being called up for military service he worked on the farm. From August 1942 until the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War, fought at Stalingrad, the South-West, 3 and 1 Ukrainian Front. Participated in the battles of Stalingrad and Kursk, the liberation of Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, destroying the enemy in Germany. Double shot. For military distinctions awarded the Orders of Glory 2 and 3-rd degree (1945, 1944), medal "For the defense of Stalingrad", "For the liberation of Prague and three other medals.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Alexei V. Mitryakovu awarded on Sept. 13, 1944 for bravery and courage, . displayed in the battles to liberate the Right-Bank Ukraine and Moldova.,
. Fter the war AV
. Mitryakov lived in g. Volgograd, worked at the plant named Petrova. In 1954 he graduated from college.
Mr. Vardi was a master sergeant Mitryakov search. Dozens of times he walked to the rear of the enemy, leading the reconnaissance team. And nobody better Mitryakova could not in the regiment to reconnoitre the enemy's defense system, covert barriers to get through the enemy suddenly attack the planned facility, to capture the "language", documents, samples of new weapons and equipment. He possessed all the qualities of a scout troop: good eyesight, acute hearing, the instantaneous response to events, an excellent memory and military cunning and intelligence, knowledge of the enemy, courage and fearlessness in battle. Command instructed Mitryakovu most difficult and dangerous combat missions, and he served them well.
In early March 1944 in an area with. Annovki, north of Krivoy Rog, the regiment was preparing to break through the enemy defenses prepared in advance. The final decision on the offensive could not be taken because of the lack of precise data on the nature of the enemy fortifications, the system of fire and obstacles. Fill this important gap had scouts headed Mitryakovym.
. Night Mitryakov with two scouts sneaked into the enemy's, . disguised on the hill during the day and kept monitoring the behavior of the Nazis, . identified and mapped the firing points and defenses, . communications centers and artillery firing positions,
. On information that came from a brave intelligence officer, command refused to front impact and has taken a circuitous maneuver, which brought a brilliant success.
April 17, 1944 in the metropolitan area of Moldovan village Parcani Guardsmen went to the Dniester. To cross this wide water hazard on the improvised means. The first had to cross a river explorers led by Mitryakovym. From the observation post equipped with an orchard, descends to the shore of the river, Mitryakov during the day, using the telescope, studying the enemy. He managed to find two old bunkers, in which the Nazis set up heavy machine guns. Night Mitryakov with three scouts on a fishing boat crossed the river, has discovered a system of trenches of the enemy, the location of fire points, concealed approaches to the river, places convenient for ferries. Using these data, without loss of the regiment crossed the Dniester, the sudden attack, routed the enemy and seized a bridgehead on the right bank.
April 25 advancing to the bridgehead battalion opened fire the enemy machine gun. The infantry was pinned down to earth. Mitryakov crawled to the firing point, showered her with grenades and destroyed three machine-gunners, and three others, deafened by explosions of grenades, captured and delivered to the headquarters of the regiment.
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