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The hero of the special operation “Z” junior sergeant Ivanov went behind enemy lines and thwarted the attack

We continue to acquaint you with the heroes of the special operation

We continue to acquaint you with the heroes of the special operation “Z” – participants in the hostilities in the Donbass.

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We continue to acquaint you with the heroes of the special operation “Z” – participants in the hostilities in the Donbass. Privates, sergeants, corporals and officers who showed their professional experience, character and completed combat missions. Their determination, assertiveness and combat experience in the Russian Ministry of Defense, in the police units of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, are given the highest rating.

Our heroes thwarted the attacks and prevented the counteroffensive of the nationalists, for which they received state awards. But they do not serve for the sake of praise and awards. The servicemen are sure that the enemy has no chance of success, because Donbass and Russia are fighting for a just cause.

“Control happiness, for one minute decides victory,” said Generalissimo Alexander Suvorov, who did not lose a single battle. He also taught: “The enemy is driven back – failure. Cut off, surrounded, scattered – good luck.

DID NOT ALLOW LOSS OF CONTROL

Colonel Alexander SAVENKOV

Colonel Alexander SAVENKOV

Colonel Alexander SAVENKOV

A photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

“In the conditions of dense firing from small arms of nationalists at the positions of the Russian battalion tactical group in the area of ​​​​one of the settlements, Colonel Alexander Savenkov organized the installation of a repeater on the roof of one of the buildings in the area of ​​​​the observation post. With his non-standard and resolute actions, the officer provided the officials of the command post with stable, noise-proof radio communications with subordinate units. A few days later, in the area of ​​​​another settlement, Ukrainian militants attempted a counteroffensive, which was accompanied by a massive mortar attack on the defensive lines of our troops. As a result of a mortar shell that exploded next to the control room, the main communication system was out of order. Thanks to courageous and decisive actions, as well as professional practical skills, Savenkov personally and in the shortest possible time organized communication with the higher command post through backup means of communication, while despite the ongoing shelling, without leaving the combat post, he continued to maintain communication with the higher command, which made it possible to prevent loss of control and repel the attack of the enemy. Also, as a result of another mortar shelling, in conditions of poor visibility, Colonel Savenkov discovered two servicemen who received numerous shrapnel wounds, despite the incessant shelling, he personally pulled the wounded out of the fire, took them to a safe shelter and provided first aid. Thanks to immediate courageous and decisive action, the officer saved their lives. When organizing communications in new positions, the officer quickly organized the planning and deployment of communication lines, which increased the stability of command and control. During the installation of repeaters, the enemy subjected the area of ​​deployment to fire from the Haimars MLRS. Despite the shelling, being under continuous enemy fire, risking his life, having shown courage and courage, as a result of the shelling he was seriously wounded by shrapnel, but he completed the task, did not allow loss of control, which made it possible to repel the enemy’s attack.

BROUGHT THE EQUIPMENT FROM FIRE

Sergeant Fedor RYBALOV

Sergeant Fedor RYBALOV

Sergeant Fedor RYBALOV

A photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

“Deputy platoon commander Sergeant Fyodor Rybalov in the area of ​​one of the settlements performed a combat mission to evacuate weapons and military equipment that had been damaged during the battles with Ukrainian nationalists. At the moment the evacuation began, the enemy subjected the area of ​​​​the accumulation of equipment to artillery fire. Having assessed the situation, despite the threat to life, Sergeant Fedor Rybalov decided, together with his subordinates, to continue to evacuate the weapons and military equipment entrusted to him. Skillfully maneuvering in a limited area, thanks to the coordinated actions of Sergeant Rybalov’s squad, the Russian military personnel managed to quickly withdraw the evacuated equipment from the firing zone without loss. At the same time, there were no losses on the part of Fedor’s subordinates either.

BROKEN THE ATTACK, DID NOT ALLOW HIMSELF TO SURROUND

Junior Sergeant Denis IVANOV

Junior Sergeant Denis IVANOV

Junior Sergeant Denis IVANOV

A photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

“The unit under the command of junior sergeant Denis Ivanov performed a combat mission as part of a company tactical group to search for saboteurs in a forest belt located in one of the tactical directions. Moving to the indicated place, Denis, together with his subordinates, discovered a minefield on the outskirts of the forest belt. Bypassing the minefields from the flank, and moving along the forest belt, Denis saw a large number of military equipment and personnel preparing an attack on the area controlled by our military personnel. Having assessed the situation and quickly orienting himself in a difficult situation, Denis informed the command post about the impending massive offensive, after which he entrenched himself at this line and organized defense. The nationalists started advancing towards our positions when they were suddenly attacked by Denis Ivanov’s unit. Despite the unequal battle, our servicemen under the command of Denis Ivanov did not allow the enemy to develop an offensive for several hours, tying down his forces. Having withstood repeated enemy attacks, Denis and his Marines ensured that an important defensive line was held until reinforcements arrived. Thanks to the courage and dedication of junior sergeant Denis Ivanov, as well as the courage and coherence of the actions of his subordinates, the marines, despite repeated attempts by the militants to encircle them, managed to survive, causing significant damage to the advancing enemy forces, which forced him to retreat to the starting lines.

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