Wounded Russian servicemen received awards and specialties

Today, the Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov graduated military personnel who completed a course of additional vocational education, who had limitations due to injuries received in the course of performing tasks as part of a special military operation to protect the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics.

Distinguished servicemen were awarded eight state awards, including three Orders of Courage, the Zhukov medal, two Suvorov medals and two medals For Courage. Previously, a Decree of the President of Russia was issued to award these servicemen.

Major General Igor Muravlyannikov, head of the Military Education Department, conveyed words of gratitude from the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, General of the Army Sergei Shoigu, for “courage, bravery and bravery shown in the performance of military duty.”

The servicemen were awarded housing documents, certificates of completion of additional vocational education, military ranks, combat veteran’s certificates and state awards.

Also, more than 20 servicemen were given housing documents.

Housing specialists have already selected and prepared places of residence in selected regions of the country for officers and contractors who decided to continue military service after treatment, rehabilitation and professional retraining.


For each serviceman who wished to continue serving in the Ministry of Defense after being wounded in the NMD, a military position is introduced in military commissariats, military units, institutions and organizations of the military department.

For the new work, they receive training during treatment and rehabilitation. All teaching materials, e-learning aids and other electronic educational resources for conducting training sessions have been developed and are ready for learning.

For the implementation of educational programs, a qualified teaching staff of the S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy was selected from among candidates of sciences with experience in the appropriate training of officers.

This is just one of the areas of a large-scale program of measures aimed at the social rehabilitation of wounded servicemen, approved by the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation.

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