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The hero of the special operation “Z” Warrant Officer Alibekov saved more than 600 soldiers

Date: March 24, 2023 Time: 08:18:45

Senior Warrant Officer Ilnur Alimbekov and Major Salavat Bayrakov

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.

“Assumptions and prejudices bother everyone,” said Generalissimo Alexander Suvorov, who never lost a single battle. And he repeated: “Never divide forces to protect different points. If the enemy crosses them, so much the better: he will close in to defeat you.


Major Salavat Bayrakov

“Major Salavat Bayrakov, being with his unit at the front of the defense line, provided artillery support to the Russian motorized rifle units. The enemy, seeking to dislodge the Russian military from their positions, launched a counterattack and attacked our positions with artillery and mortars. Being under fire from the nationalists, without losing his composure, Bayrakov quickly identified enemy firing points, corrected the fire of Russian artillery and transmitted the coordinates of the targets, ensuring the continuous performance of the combat work of his battalion of self propelled artillery. Thanks to the skillful leadership of Bayrakov, as a result of counter-battery fire, a foreign-made self-propelled artillery mount of the enemy, the Msta-B howitzer, as well as a large number of enemy manpower, were destroyed by artillery. Russian unit fire. Thanks to the decisive, competent and courageous actions of the officer, the Russian troops inflicted significant damage on enemy artillery units, thwarted the attack of the militants and held the line of defense that they occupied.


Senior Warrant Officer Ilnur Alimbekov

“In the course of a special military operation, the paramedic of the medical center, Senior Warrant Officer Ilnur Alimbekov, performed the tasks of providing medical support to the battalion tactical group of the Russian Armed Forces. Ilnur repeatedly evacuated and provided medical assistance aboard a Mi-8 helicopter specially equipped with a resuscitation medical module, intended to maintain vital body functions of seriously injured servicemen in difficult conditions under heavy fire at extremely low altitudes. Alimbekov also provided medical assistance to seriously injured servicemen after emergency operations in field hospitals. The experience and professionalism of Senior Warrant Officer Alimbekov made it possible to evacuate more than 600 servicemen from the zones of active hostilities to stationary hospitals.


For participants from the Northern Military District and their families, the Russian Railways and the Russian Ministry of Defense launched a special tourist train through the Russian North as part of the “We Do Not Leave Our Own” project. The wounded servicemen, their families and members of the families of the servicemen who died while carrying out the tasks of a special military operation, a total of 750 people, will make six-day trips by train.

Three tourist flights are expected to depart from Moscow and pass through the Ruskeala Mountain Park, Sortavala, Pskov, Saint Petersburg and Vologda.

Train passengers will visit popular tourist centers and get acquainted with their history, culture and life of the people who live in them, magnificent monuments of architecture and art. In the Republic of Karelia, tourists will explore the Marble Canyon in the Ruskeala Mountain Park and the “small architectural encyclopedia” in Sortavala, in the Pskov region in its capital they will go to the Pskov Kremlin, and then to the fortress of Izborsk, in St. Petersburg they will see the Peter and Paul Fortress, plunge into the history of Russian iron roads and the Vitebsk railway station and walk through the State Museum-Reserve “Tsarskoe Selo” in Pushkin, and in Vologda they will discover why it is called “carved, oil, lace” and enjoy a performance in one of the theaters of the city.

Puck Henry
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