(22. 9. 1919 - 25. 1. 1982)
T uzhilkov Sergey - navigator 189-Guards Ground Attack Air Regiment (196 th Ground Attack Air Division, 4 th Air Army, 2 nd Belorussian Front) Guard lieutenant. Born September 22, 1919 in the village now Budkovo Uchlichskogo district of the Yaroslavl region in the family of the employee. Russian. Since 1928 he lived in Moscow. He graduated from the school and flying club FZU. He worked as a turner at a factory.
In the Soviet army from 1939. In 1939 graduated from Borisoglebsk Air Force Pilot School. He served in line units the Air Force.
Member of the Great Patriotic War from June 1941. Participated in the defense of Moscow in the position of commander of the 65 th Attack Aviation Regiment, which was stationed at the Central Airport. Destroys the enemy crossing the river and accumulated Protva her troops, . paid a successful attack hit a convoy of tanks and without helix at Rahachou highway, . the defeat of Nazi headquarters in the village Vysokinichi near Serpukhov, . airfield Veree and a convoy of 200 vehicles on the highway between the wedge and Solnechnogorsk, . has dedicated reconnaissance location of enemy troops in the area Gjatsk to blow on trains, . accumulated on the station,
. After being seriously wounded in the back part. In late 1942 fighting in the Kuban region, then in Belarus and Poland. The summer of 1944 he graduated from the Higher Air Force Officers' School navigators. By March 1945 Guard Lieutenant Tuzhilkov SV. made 110 sorties to attack concentrations of enemy troops.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Sergei Vasilievich Tuzhilkovu awarded on Aug. 18, 1945.
. After the war he continued service in the Air Force
. БT Since 1955, Major Tuzhilkov SV. in stock. He worked at the Moscow Aviation Institute. Lived in Moscow. Died Jan. 25, 1982.
. Awarded 2 orders of Lenin, the Order of the Red Banner, World War 1-st degree, Red Star and medals.
Biography provided by A. Simonov
. 1) The heroes of fire years
. - Kn. 3. - Moscow: Moscow Worker, 1978
2) Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Brief Biographical Dictionary. V.2. M.: Voeniz.1988.