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He saved the wounded under heavy fire: Senior Warrant Officer Valery Schmidt pulled eight soldiers out of the shelling.

Date: January 31, 2023 Time: 03:48:44

Sailor Nikita Shomin

We continue to acquaint you with the heroes of the special operation “Z” – participants in the hostilities in the Donbass. Soldiers, sergeants, corporals, and officers who demonstrated their professional experience, character, and completed combat missions. His determination, assertiveness and combat experience in the Ministry of Defense of Russia, in the police units of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, receive the highest marks.

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

“God have mercy, we are Russians! Let’s crush the enemy! And the victory over him, and the victory over deception will be a victory! ”, – Said Generalissimo Alexander Suvorov, who did not lose a single battle. And he taught the soldiers: “Comrade, defend your comrade! Do not shoot, do not shoot unnecessarily, hit and drive the enemy with a bayonet, work quickly, quickly, boldly, in Russian! Do not enter the houses, forgive the enemy who asks for mercy, do not kill the unarmed, do not fight with women, do not touch the young. Which of us will die? The Kingdom of Heaven, the living! Glory! glory! glory!”.

THE WOUNDED FIGHTED FOR SIX HOURS

Sailor Nikita Shomin

“The commander of the infantry fighting vehicle, Sailor Nikita Shomin, carried out the task of delivering personnel and ammunition to the front line of combat operations. Moving along the route under conditions of artillery attacks from the nationalists, he quickly delivered people and ammunition to the positions, after which he proceeded to evacuate the wounded Russian military personnel to a safe area. A few days later, Nikita was escorting a reconnaissance party of the Russian army. At the entrance to the settlement, the enemy began to attack the combat vehicle under the command of the sailor Nikita Shomin. As a result of the equipment explosion, the BMP crew and personnel were seriously injured. Nevertheless, Nikita, not sparing his own life, provided first aid to himself and his comrades, took command of the group, led the personnel of the wrecked infantry fighting vehicle to the adjacent forest belt, where he took an advantageous position and organized the defense. . The enemy kept advancing. During the defensive battle, another group of Russian servicemen joined the group under the command of the sailor Shomin. Under heavy fire from Nationalist artillery and infantry, a group led by sailor Shomin fought for 6 hours and held their positions. As a result of the battle, the nationalists, having suffered significant losses, withdrew.

Senior Ensign Valery Schmidt

DRAWN EIGHT FIGHTERS FROM THE FIRE

Senior Ensign Valery Schmidt

“Senior Chief Warrant Officer Valery Schmidt, during a special military operation, carried out the tasks of organizing medical support for Russian military personnel.

During a fierce battle with the Ukrainian nationalists who controlled one of the settlements, Valery, who was under heavy enemy fire, provided emergency assistance at the shelling sites and only then evacuated the wounded from the battlefield to a safe place and disguised them. . Valery Schmidt personally carried eight wounded Russian servicemen who were unable to move independently under enemy fire to safety, after which he gave them first aid, which saved their lives. After the battle, Valery ensured the evacuation of all the wounded to the field medical detachment. In addition, Chief Warrant Officer Schmidt repeatedly provided medical assistance to civilians who suffered from Nationalist shelling.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
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