(31. 5. 1923)
With Ukhov Konstantin V. Guard fighter pilot Lieutenant. Born May 31, 1923 in the city of Makhachkala (Dagestan) in a working class family. Russian. Member of the CPSU since 1943. He lived in the city of Novocherkassk, Rostov Region. He graduated from the 8 classes of the school and Rostov Aeroclub. He worked as a photographer. In the Red Army in 1940. In 1942 he graduated from Yeiskoe Naval Aviation School of. Stalin.
In Private World War II from September 1942. He fought in 16 Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment. He started as a private pilot to commander of 1 st Squadron.
. W tion of Hero of the Soviet Union Konstantin V. Sukhov awarded June 27, 1945 for 250 sorties, 46 air battles, and personally shot down 20 enemy planes.
. The war ended in Berlin
. All during the war, made 297 sorties, 57 air battles personally shot down 22 enemy planes.
Fter the war he continued to serve in the Air Force. In 1951 he graduated from the command department of the Red Banner Air Force Academy. He served in command and staff positions in Air Defense Forces. He mastered the aircraft U-2, UT-1 UT-2, Yak-11, Yak-18, Yak-20, AT-6, UTI-4, I-16, â•š Spitfire â•© Mk.Vb, P-39, P -63, Yak-17U, Yak-17, MiG-15, MiG-17, MiG-21, Su-9.
. In 1973-1975 he was a military adviser to combat use of the Chief of Central Command Post Air Defense and Air Force of the Syrian Arab Republic
. Took part in the October War of Independence 1973-1974 period.
Since 1975, the Guard, Colonel Sukhov - in stock. He lives in Kiev. Wrote the book The squadron is fighting â•š â•©. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, . 3 Orders of Red Banner, . Order of Alexander Nevsky, . World War 1 degree, . Red Star, . â•š For service to country in the Armed Forces of the USSR â•© 3 degrees, . medals, . Syrian orders for military Acknowledgments â•š â•© 1 and 2 degrees, . During combat training â•š â•© 1 degree, . â•š medal for participation in the Arab Liberation War of 1973-1974. â•©,
. In Novocherkassk, a memorial plaque.
Biography provided by AE Melnikov
. 1) Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Brief Biographical Dictionary
. V.2. M.: Voeniz.1988.
2) They glorified home. - Kn. 2. - Rostov-on-Don 1975
3) Puterbrot A.T. Battle Fame Dagestan. - Makhachkala: Dagestan kn. ed., 1988.