Military Review

Damansky's "black lists". Let's remember all by name

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Three years ago, Voennoye Obozreniye published the names and surnames of 300 awarded after the events of 1969 on Damansky Island (Damansky. An island that will remain only in our memory). Most of them were border guards, next to whom soldiers fought, as well as civilians - fishermen and a beekeeper.

In the battles for Damansky, 58 Soviet soldiers were killed. Let us honor the memory of them and their feat with a minute of silence, because only a month has passed since the next anniversary of that “local” conflict. We are ready to remember them all by name. And let's not hesitate to quote at least a few words about each.


A continuation of this publication will be a conversation between our correspondent and a veteran of Damansky, Hero of the Soviet Union, Yuri Babansky.

ABBASOV Tofik Rza-oglu, Born in 1945, Azerbaijan SSR, Deevichi. Azerbaijani. Called up by the Divichinsky RVC. Private, shooter, maneuvering group of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific Frontier District. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

AKULOV Pavel Andreevich, Born in 1947, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Shushensky district, Shushenskoye settlement. Russian. Called up by the Shushensky RVC. Corporal, senior rifleman, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action in March 1969. He was buried at the military site of the city cemetery of Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Order of the Red Banner (posthumously).

AKHMETSHIN Yuri Yurievich, Born in 1950, Tyumen region, Khantymansi district, Kirzavod settlement. Russian. Called up by the Tyumen GVK. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

BEDAREV Alexander Vasilievich, Born in 1950, Khabarovsk. Russian. Called up by the Industrial RVC of Khabarovsk. Private, machine gunner, 199th motorized rifle regiment of the 45th army corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

BILDUSHKINOV Vladimir Tarasovich, Born in 1948, Irkutsk region, Bokhansky district, with. Hive. Buryat. Called up by the Bokhansky RVC. Private, shooter, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

BUYNEVICH Nikolay Mikhailovich, Born in 1944, Bryansk region, Krasnogorsk district, with. The fence. Russian. Called up by the Krasnogorsk RVC. Senior Lieutenant, Commissioner of the Special Department, 57th Border Detachment of the Pacific Border District. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried at the cemetery in the town of Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Banner (posthumously).

VETRICH Ivan Romanovich, Born in 1949, Tomsk region, Parabelsky district, Ostanino village. Russian. Called up by the Parabel RVC. Private, shooter, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

VLASOV Anatoly Ivanovich, Born in 1949, Tomsk region, Krivosheinsky district, Krasny Yar settlement. Russian. Called up by the Askiz RVC of the Khakass AO. Junior sergeant, gunner, 152nd separate tank battalion of the 45th Army Corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

GAVRILOV Victor Illarionovich, Born in 1950, Buryat ASSR, Ivolginsky district, with. Factory. Russian. Called up by the Railway RVC of Ulan-Ude. Private, shooter, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

GAYUNOV Vladimir Konstantinovich, Born in 1949, Amur Region, Belogorsk. Russian. Called up by the Belogorsk GVK. Junior Sergeant, Squad Leader, NCO School of the 69th Border Detachment of the Pacific Border District. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

GELVIKH Alexander Khristianovich, Born in 1948. Russian. Called up by the Kansk Regional Military Commission of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. Private, driver, 199th motorized rifle regiment, 45th Army Corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

GLADYSHEV Sergey Viktorovich, Born in 1950, Chita. Russian. Called up by the Chita GVK. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

GOLOVIN Boris Alexandrovich, Born in 1949, Altai Territory, Krasnogorsk District, s. Ust-Isha. Russian. Called up by the Gorno-Altai GVK of the Altai Territory. Junior sergeant, crew commander, mobile group of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

DAVYDENKO Gennady Mikhailovich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo region, Yurginsky district, with. Maltsevo. Russian. Called up by the Yurginsky GVK. Corporal, senior radiotelegraph operator, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

DANILIN Vladimir Nikolaevich, Born in 1950, Irkutsk region, Zhigalovsky district, village Zhigalovo. Russian. Called up by the Kachug Regional Military Commission of the Irkutsk Region. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

DENISENKO Anatoly Grigorievich, Born in 1949, Amur Region, Belogorsk. Ukrainian. Called up by the Belogorsk RVC. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Order of the Red Banner (posthumously).

DERGACH Nikolay Timofeevich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo region, Kemerovo district, "Oktyabrsky" farm. Russian. Called Zavodskoy RVC in Kemerovo. Sergeant, squad leader, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes". Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

EGUPOV Victor Ivanovich, Born in 1947, Kemerovo region, Yurga. Russian. Called up by the Yurginsky GVK. Private, dog leader, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes". Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

ERMALYUK Victor Markiyanovich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo region, Tisulsky district, village Petrovka. Russian. Called up by the Tisulskiy RVC. Sergeant, squad leader, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Order of the Red Banner (posthumously).

ZAINUTDINOV (ZAYNETDINOV) Anvar Akiyamovich, Born in 1947, Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Agryz district, village Tat-Sharshada. Tatar. Called up by the Agryz RVC. Senior sergeant of the long-term service, technician, maneuvering group of the 69th border detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in battle on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square with. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

ZMEEV Alexey Petrovich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo region, Anzhero-Sudzhensk. Russian. Called up by the Anzhero-Sudzhensky RVC. Private, senior gunner, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

ZOLOTAREV Valentin Grigorievich, Born in 1949, Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Yarsk district, village Bayaran Russian. Called up by the Yarsk RVC. Private, gunner-driver, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

IZOTOV Vladimir Alekseevich, Born in 1949, Kemerovo region, Taiga. Russian. Called up by the Yashkinsky ORVK of the Kemerovo Region. Private, clerk-storekeeper, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky District, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

IONIN Alexander Filimonovich, Born in 1949, Tomsk region, Parabelsky district, Ostanino village. Russian. Called up by the Parabel RVC. Private, shooter, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

ISAKOV Vyacheslav Petrovich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo. Russian. Called Zavodskoy RVK in Kemerovo. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

KAMENCHUK Grigory Alexandrovich, Born in 1949, Amur Region, Svobodny. Russian. Called up by the Svobodnensky OGVK. Private, gunner-driver, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

Vasily KARMAZIN, Born in 1948. Russian. Called up by the Shkotovsky RVC of the Primorsky Territory. Sergeant, Commander of the Economic Platoon, 131st Separate Reconnaissance Battalion, 45th Army Corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

KISELYOV Gavriil Georgievich, Born in 1950, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Idrinsky District, s. Sidorikha. Russian. Called up by the Ust-Abakan RVC of the Khakass Autonomous Okrug. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

KOVALYOV Anatoly Mikhailovich, Born in 1949, Chita region, Uletovsky district, with. Pain. Russian. Called up by the Uletovsky RVC. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

Nikolay KOLODKIN, Born in 1948, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Altai District, s. Ochury. Russian. Called up by the Minusinsk Regional Military Commission of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. Junior sergeant, dog service instructor, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Medal for Courage (posthumously).

KOLTAKOV Sergey Timofeevich, Born in 1949, Primorsky Territory, Artem. Russian. Called up by the Artyomovsk GVK. Private, machine gunner, 45th Army Corps. He died of his wounds on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

KORZHUKOV Victor Kharitonovich, Born in 1948, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Khakass Autonomous District, Beysky District, Beysky Vegetable State Farm. Russian. Called up by the Altai ORVK of the Khakass AO. Lance corporal, senior master of electrical appliances, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

Alexey KUZNETSOV, Born in 1949, Tomsk region, Kozhevnikovsky district, with. Kozhevnikovo. Russian. Called up by the Kozhevnikovsky RVC. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

KUZMIN Alexander Alekseevich, Born in 1950. Russian. Private, driver, 152nd separate tank battalion, 45th Army Corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

Leonov Democrat Vladimirovich, Born in 1926, Azerbaijan SSR, Baku. Russian. Called up by the Arkhangelsk GVK. Colonel, Head of the 57th Border Detachment of the Pacific Border District. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the city park of Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory. On March 21, 1969 he was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union (posthumously).

LOBODA Mikhail Andreevich, Born in 1949, Altai Territory, Shipunovsky district, N.-Khripunovo settlement. Russian. Called up by the Rubtsovskiy OGVK of the Altai Territory. Junior Sergeant, Squad Leader, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific Frontier District. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

MALYKHIN Vladimir Yurievich, Born in 1949, Irkutsk region, Irkutsk region, Taltsy settlement. Russian. Called up by the Kirov Regional Military Commission of Irkutsk. Junior Sergeant, squad leader, 3rd frontier post of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific Frontier District. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

MANKOVSKY Lev Konstantinovich, Born in 1941, Moscow region, Solnechnogorsk district, village Timonovo. Russian. Called up by the Dzerzhinsky RVC in Moscow. Senior lieutenant, deputy chief of the frontier post for political affairs, 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific frontier district. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the city park of Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Banner (posthumously).

MIKHAILOV Evgeny Konstantinovich, Born in 1948, Omsk. Russian. Called up by the Kuibyshev Regional Military Commission of Omsk. Corporal, senior gunner, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

NASRETDINOV Islamgali Sultangaleevich, Born in 1949, Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Nurimanovsky district, with. Ukarlino. Tatar. Called up by the Zlatoust GVK of the Chelyabinsk Region. Private, radiotelegraph operator, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky district of Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

NECHAY Sergey Alekseevich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo region, Taiga. Russian. Called up by the Yashkinsky OGVK of the Kemerovo Region. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

OVCHINNIKOV Gennady Sergeevich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo. Russian. Called up by the Mine RVC of the city of Kemerovo. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. He was buried in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky District, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

OREKHOV Vladimir Viktorovich, Born in 1948, Khabarovsk Territory, Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Russian. Called up by the Lenin RVC of the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Junior Sergeant, Machine Gun Squad Commander, 199th Motorized Rifle Regiment, 45th Army Corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory. On July 31, 1969, he was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union (posthumously).

PASYUTA Alexander Ivanovich, Born in 1948, Kemerovo. Ukrainian. Called Zavodskoy RVK in Kemerovo. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

PETROV Nikolay Nikolaevich, Born in 1947, Ulan-Ude. Russian. Called up by the Railway RVC of Ulan-Ude. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

POTAPOV Vladimir Vasilievich, Born in 1948, Magadan. Russian. Called up by the Magadan GVK. Private, shooter, 199th motorized rifle regiment of the 45th army corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

RABOVICH Vladimir Nikitovich, Born in 1948, Khakass Autonomous Okrug, Beysky District, settlement of Maino. Ukrainian. Called up by the Altai ORVK of the Khakass AO. Sergeant, squad leader, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

SOLYANIK Victor Petrovich, Born in 1949, Kemerovo region, Topkinsky district, village Sredneberezovka. Russian. Called up by the Topkinsky OGVK. Private, driver of an armored personnel carrier, maneuvering group of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific Border District. Killed in battle on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square with. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

Strelnikov Ivan Ivanovich, Born in 1939, Lipetsk region, Dobrovsky district, with. Big Khomutets. Russian. Drafted by the Okoneshnikovsky RVK of the Omsk region, senior lieutenant, head of the frontier post, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 7, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the city park of Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory. On March 21, 1969 he was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union (posthumously).

SYRTSEV Alexey Nikolaevich, Born in 1948, Orel. Russian. Called Zavodskiy RVC in Orel. Private, shooter, 1st frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 1st frontier post "Sopki Kulebyakiny", Pozharsky District, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

Dmitry TKACHENKO, Born in 1949, Omsk region, N.-Varshavsky district, with. Volodarka. Ukrainian. Called up by the Cherlak RVC of the Omsk region. Private, driver of an armored personnel carrier, maneuvering group of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific Border District. Killed in battle on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square with. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

Alexey Chechenin, Born in 1950, Omsk region, Sargatsky district, with. Flat. Russian. Called up by the Sargat RVC of the Omsk region. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

SHAMSUTDINOV Vitaly Gilionovich, Born in 1949, Chita region, Borzya. Russian. Called up by Borzinsky RVC. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

SHESTAKOV Alexander Fedorovich, Born in 1949, Tyumen region, Tobolsk. Russian. Called up by the Tobolsk RVC. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

SHTOYKO Vladimir Timofeevich, Born in 1949, Amur region, Tambov district, with. Tambovka. Ukrainian. Called up by the Tambov RVC. Private, shooter, 199th motorized rifle regiment of the 45th army corps. Killed in action on March 15, 1969. Buried on March 20, 1969 at the military memorial cemetery in the village of Filino, Dalnerechensky District, Primorsky Territory.

SHUSHARIN Vladimir Mikhailovich, Born in 1947, Novosibirsk region, Kuibyshev. Russian. Called up by the Kuibyshev RVC. Private, shooter, 2nd frontier post of the 57th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. Killed in action on March 2, 1969. Buried on March 6, 1969 in a mass grave on the territory of the 2nd frontier post "Nizhne-Mikhailovka", Pozharsky district, Primorsky Territory. Reburied on May 30, 1980 at the military site of the city cemetery in Dalnerechensk, Primorsky Territory, memorial "Glory to the fallen heroes." Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

YURIN Stanislav Fedorovich, Born in 1948, Orel. Russian. Called up by the Railroad RVC in Orel. Private, shooter, maneuvering group of the 69th border detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).

YAKOVLEV Anatoly Iosifovich, Born in 1949, Tyumen region, Omutinsky district, st. Wagai. Russian. Called up by the Petrovsk-Zabaikalsky GVK of the Chita region. Private, cadet, sergeant school of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the medal "For Courage" (posthumously).
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  1. WHAT IS
    WHAT IS April 7 2021 18: 07
    +50
    “There is no longer that love, except who will lay down his soul for his own friends”
    Let's remember all by name,
    heartbroken
    remember
    his ...
    It is necessary -
    not dead!
    This is necessary -
    alive!
    Eternal memory to you ... Eternal glory.
    1. Serg koma
      Serg koma April 7 2021 18: 25
      +37
      Border guards of the 1st frontier post, who took part in the battles on Damansky Island.

      Lydia Fedorovna - Strelnikov's widow - from the first minutes of the battle helped the wounded, bandaged them up, calmed them down. She was the only woman at the outpost and a real officer's wife. The Battle Order of the Red Star was awarded to her by right.

      On March 21, 1969, Senior Lieutenant Ivan Ivanovich Strelnikov was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union posthumously. He was buried with military honors in the city of Iman (now Dalnerechensk), Primorsky Territory. The border post, of which he was the commander, was given his name.
      The son lived and served in the places where his father died. Igor Ivanovich graduated from the Moscow Border School. He now lives in Vladivostok. Lydia Fedorovna and her daughter Svetlana live in Yekaterinburg.

      By a strange whim of fate, the grandson of the Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Strelnikov, already Ivan the third, was born on May 28, on the Day of the Border Guard. It is clear that this holiday is considered the main one in the family.
      1. Ross xnumx
        Ross xnumx April 7 2021 19: 01
        +28
        A film about the events of that time (about my fellow countryman Yu.V. Babansky):

        Always remember with what blood the Soviet border guards defended this "piece of land."
        Why, while handing over these lands to China, nothing stirred in anyone's soul?
        There are many in the list of those killed from Kuzbass. Eternal memory to them.
    2. Pete mitchell
      Pete mitchell April 7 2021 20: 56
      +5
      Quote: WHAT IS
      “There is no longer that love, except who will lay down his soul for his own friends”
      Eternal memory to you ... Eternal glory.

      Accurately worded ...
  2. 27091965
    27091965 April 7 2021 18: 21
    +20
    [quote]. Most of them were border guards, next to whom soldiers fought, as well as civilians - fishermen and a beekeeper. [quote]

    They fought for MOTHERLAND ! Eternal memory to them and to the millions who died for their country.
  3. Blacksmith 55
    Blacksmith 55 April 7 2021 18: 50
    +12
    He served there not far, but later for 4 years.
    The battalion commander talked about Damansky, but somehow briefly, I don't know why, it might not have been welcome to talk about it.
    Eternal memory to the fallen.
  4. sabakina
    sabakina April 7 2021 19: 11
    +9
    I can only answer with the words of Mikhail Lomonosov:
    Mikhail Lomonosov: “A nation that does not know its past has no future”

    My father told me, though not much, apparently it was impossible more.
    1. Far B
      Far B April 8 2021 01: 15
      +3
      The subscription was given not to disclose. Grodekovskaya mangroup - for 20 years. When the subscription ended (in '89) Dad got drunk for joy and shone with a happy smile all evening. but still did not really tell anything - along the way, out of habit)))
    2. Richard
      Richard April 8 2021 10: 56
      +7
      My father told me, though not much, apparently it was impossible more.

      Good afternoon, Slava hi
      If I'm not mistaken, our Constantine-Sea Cat can tell about those events






  5. knn54
    knn54 April 7 2021 19: 18
    +8
    We also remember that socialist China, which became a superpower, did not take place without the USSR.
    And repaid with black ingratitude 20 years later.
    1. Reader 2013
      Reader 2013 April 7 2021 22: 16
      -8
      Yeah, I think so, in 20 years there will be Lend Lease 2, and then, when Russia stops China near the Urals, a second front will be opened, the landing of our US allies, NATO, etc. on the coast of China
      And it's good if they help us get rid of the yellow plague
      1. Reader 2013
        Reader 2013 April 8 2021 20: 34
        -1
        Oh, look how many minusators, go kiss the yellow-bellies, the clowns are stupid
    2. Walking
      Walking April 8 2021 07: 44
      +6
      If Khrushchev had not quarreled with China, this might not have happened.
  6. Owl
    Owl April 7 2021 19: 23
    +16
    In the winter of 1985, in the lesson on "Economic Geography of Foreign Countries", they were supposed to study China. Instead of a story about the Chinese economy, after a survey on the previous topic, the teacher took out a pack of photographs from her bag, these were photographs of farewell to the dead border guards of the Strelnikov outpost. While we were looking at these photographs, which were sent through the rows, the teacher told about her childhood impressions of life on the Soviet-Chinese border. Then, from the fall of 1986 to the summer of 1988, the first two years of college, I studied the PLA as a potential enemy. This must be remembered. The "Chinese dragon" is now conducting "soft aggression", populating the territory of the Russian Far East. The Chinese, accepting the citizenship of the Russian Federation, do not renounce the Chinese citizenship. Further, it is possible to create national territorial entities with broad autonomy.
    1. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter April 7 2021 22: 21
      +9
      Quote: Eagle Owl
      Then, from the fall of 1986 to the summer of 1988, the first two years of college, I studied the PLA as a potential enemy.

      I want to add that China actively helped the Afghan spirits, boycotted the OI-80 and in every possible way spoiled our country in the international arena, and this is taking into account the fact that our country was socialist. Then Damansky was donated to China, and after that our "great president" freely handed over to China the island of Tarabars, partly the Great Ussurian and the island of Great. And it is in spite of the well-known programs that have been found there for a long time, equipped with hardened equipment, dachshunds of Russian citizens, and so on. In 2005, the treaty was transferred to China (327 km2). In the opinion of the citizens of Russia, neither the president nor the government of the Russian Federation interfered on this issue. In 2017, Russia gave China another 4,7 km2 near the Khubutu River not far from Ussuriysk
      These facts can be considered a betrayal of the interests of Russia and the memory of the heroically fallen soldiers of the Soviet Army.

      Eternal Glory to the fallen Heroes !!! soldier
  7. Andrey Korotkov
    Andrey Korotkov April 7 2021 19: 45
    +7
    Thanks to the authors for such articles, eternal memory to the Warriors!
  8. Aviator_
    Aviator_ April 7 2021 19: 55
    +7
    I remember what a stench there was in the Western media about the use of the Grad missile launcher in this conflict! The main thesis - "Grad" is not in service with the border guards, which means that we attacked the Chinese. And then it was necessary to declare that now the RZSO was delivered to the border guards, and all the cases. Then there was Lake Zhalanashkol, after which the Maoists calmed down.
    1. Overlock
      Overlock April 7 2021 20: 25
      +24
      Quote: Aviator_
      And then it was necessary to declare that now the RZSO was delivered to the border guards, and all the cases.

      I read that this was exactly what was done with it: in order not to exhibit a battle as between the Armed Forces, the Grads were transferred (on paper) to the border guards
      1. Aviator_
        Aviator_ April 7 2021 22: 03
        +3
        There were no such statements in the press, which is a pity. Of course, the shame with the Korean Boeing in 1983 was still far away - then it was necessary to declare that he climbed in and did not react, therefore he was shot down, but in reality there was some muttering to the camera. The use of RZSO in 1969 was authorized by the deputy. commander of the Far Eastern Military District (the commander himself slipped into the bushes, and Moscow was silent). The country was quietly creeping into stagnation with an animal fear of those responsible for their activities. Inactivity was usually not punished.
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid April 8 2021 04: 49
          +2
          19 years old, 20 years old, 22, 24 ... young people completely died, different nationalities, who are now abroad. They defended the borders of the USSR.
          Remember, know the truth.
  9. Overlock
    Overlock April 7 2021 20: 23
    +30
    The guys died for the Soviet land, without dividing it into Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan and other republics. If they only knew that in half a century, fellow citizens would look at each other through the scope and kill each other
  10. sabakina
    sabakina April 7 2021 20: 58
    +2
    “We would perish if we did not perish,” the ancient commander Themistocles, the winner of the most powerful army of the ancient world, the Persian, once answered the grieving mothers and widows.

    For those who do not know Cyrillic, video:
  11. Lynx2000
    Lynx2000 April 7 2021 22: 08
    +10
    GOLOVIN Boris Alexandrovich, born in 1949, Altai Territory, Krasnogorsky District, s. Ust-Isha. Russian. Called up by the Gorno-Altai GVK of the Altai Territory. Junior sergeant, crew commander, mobile group of the 69th frontier detachment of the Pacific border district. He died in action on March 15, 1969. He was buried on March 21, 1969 in a mass grave in the central square of the village. Kamen-Rybolov of the Khanka region of the Primorsky Territory. Awarded the Order of the Red Star (posthumously).

    The fellow countrymen remember. A secondary school is named after him in his native village, and a street in Gorno-Altaysk.
  12. Malyuta
    Malyuta April 8 2021 00: 51
    +6
    Eternal Memory to Heroes!
  13. Victor Tsenin
    Victor Tsenin April 8 2021 01: 05
    +3
    Commemorative stella to heroes! Many thanks to VO, where everyone is remembered.
  14. Artashes
    Artashes April 8 2021 01: 31
    +4
    Yes, and Damansky was transferred to the PRC in fact by the mid-70s. And Kazakhstan also handed over to the PRC most of what the Soviet border guards defended in 1969. It is unlikely that the "strategic partnership" with the PRC will be limited to these areas ...
    THANKS TO THE AUTHOR and the MILITARY REVIEW, THAT EVERYTHING IS NAMED BY NAME!
  15. tech3030
    tech3030 April 8 2021 09: 23
    +3
    In Omsk there is a street named after Strelnikov.
  16. Pavel57
    Pavel57 April 8 2021 14: 06
    0
    Quote: Hiking
    If Khrushchev had not quarreled with China, this might not have happened.

    Khrushchev could not help but quarrel with China. One of the serious reasons is the assessment of Stalin and the campaign to discriminate against him.
    Although the Bomb was handed over to China under Khrushchev.
  17. ALEX_SHTURMAN
    ALEX_SHTURMAN April 8 2021 14: 46
    +1
    Eternal memory and glory to those who fell for the Motherland, to the Defenders of the Fatherland!
  18. Wolf
    Wolf April 8 2021 15: 12
    -1
    Eternal memory to you ... Eternal glory to the Heroes

    But it is strange that now, when there is tension in the DPR and LPR, and that the United States and NATO are pushing the Zombified border guards to war with the Russian people, who is pushing fear and threat to China?
    Also, the United States and NATO themselves threaten China and are pressing hard almost like Russia. Several giants with advanced technologies have already been crushed and a lot of zpr are pressing on the Huawei. Taiwan, islands, etc. China-India and others.
    On the other hand, in Russia, ate did not come to a complete blockade of trade and physical blocking of borders, and the NATO army on the borders themselves.
    If a person is governed by FEAR and not MIND, he is not able to respond adequately.
    China is a huge country but there are no fools in the forehead of the country. The last that China needs antagonisms from Russia and vice versa, but it is that the US and NATO needed ANTAGONISTS OF RUSSIA AND CHINA !!! , and right now and ochim a lot.
    In the place of RUSSIA AND CHINA, the strength of the USA and NATO, and a LOT! It will be difficult for the eyes in fights.
    The events of 69 years must be remembered and taken into account, and we must tell the whole truth about the baby and how it came to this.
    For example, that in the CP China they talked about the embarrassment of the USSR after the death of Stalin 53g.
    It took a long time from 69g. both China and Russia have changed a lot at that time, but the US and NATO NO !!! And that's all it says. Even in the Vietnam War it was clear that the US AND NATO CANNOT DO ANYTHING AGAINST RUSSIA AND CHINA, AND WHAT DO YOU THINK AS TODAY?
    The answer is as clear as day, and the US and NATO SHOULD CHANGE IF NO PEACEFULLY THEN FORCEDLY FOR PEACE TO SURVIVE!
  19. Alsur
    Alsur April 8 2021 17: 20
    0
    Quote: Wolf
    Eternal memory to you ... Eternal glory to the Heroes

    But it is strange that now, when there is tension in the DPR and LPR, and that the United States and NATO are pushing the Zombified border guards to war with the Russian people, who is pushing fear and threat to China?
    Also, the United States and NATO themselves threaten China and are pressing hard almost like Russia. Several giants with advanced technologies have already been crushed and a lot of zpr are pressing on the Huawei. Taiwan, islands, etc. China-India and others.
    On the other hand, in Russia, ate did not come to a complete blockade of trade and physical blocking of borders, and the NATO army on the borders themselves.
    If a person is governed by FEAR and not MIND, he is not able to respond adequately.
    China is a huge country but there are no fools in the forehead of the country. The last that China needs antagonisms from Russia and vice versa, but it is that the US and NATO needed ANTAGONISTS OF RUSSIA AND CHINA !!! , and right now and ochim a lot.
    In the place of RUSSIA AND CHINA, the strength of the USA and NATO, and a LOT! It will be difficult for the eyes in fights.
    The events of 69 years must be remembered and taken into account, and we must tell the whole truth about the baby and how it came to this.
    For example, that in the CP China they talked about the embarrassment of the USSR after the death of Stalin 53g.
    It took a long time from 69g. both China and Russia have changed a lot at that time, but the US and NATO NO !!! And that's all it says. Even in the Vietnam War it was clear that the US AND NATO CANNOT DO ANYTHING AGAINST RUSSIA AND CHINA, AND WHAT DO YOU THINK AS TODAY?
    The answer is as clear as day, and the US and NATO SHOULD CHANGE IF NO PEACEFULLY THEN FORCEDLY FOR PEACE TO SURVIVE!

    That this is not a purified stream of consciousness?
    And here Huawei and Domansky Island in 1969.
  20. Gunther
    Gunther April 8 2021 18: 23
    0
    A test series of articles, one must remember those who gave their lives for our Earth.
    Unfortunately, the current, after the "perestroika" camarilla by this Land is establishing relations with "partners".
  21. AB
    AB April 9 2021 16: 22
    0
    Eternal memory to all those who died for their Motherland.
  22. brr1
    brr1 April 10 2021 12: 14
    0
    Quote: Citelle 2013
    Yeah, I think so, in 20 years there will be Lend Lease 2, and then, when Russia stops China near the Urals, a second front will be opened, the landing of our US allies, NATO, etc. on the coast of China
    And it's good if they help us get rid of the yellow plague

    The yellow plague, like the stars and stripes, is treated with a vigorous bomb.