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The conscripts of the regular service of the Russian 234th air assault regiment took part in the occupation of the Crimea, volunteers from the international intelligence community InformNapalm reported.

According to the information available, the 234th airborne assault regiment is part of the 76th Airborne Assault Division of the Western Military District.

“The list of military units of the Russian Federation participating in the seizure of the Crimea according to the data of the military prosecutor's office of Ukraine, includes the 76th division and, separately, the 104th airborne assault regiment, which is also part of the 76th division. Hence there is reason to believe that information on the participation of the 234th Regiment in the occupation of the Crimea has not yet been available to the state structures of Ukraine. This publication contains the data on 10 individuals of regular service, awarded with the ministerial award of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation - a medal "For the return of the Crimea".

InformNapalm has collected data on several regular servicemen of the air assault regiment.
 
Dmitry Ushakov

Born in 1993. Lives in Voronezh. In 2013-2014, served in 234th regiment as an operator-gunner 1 paratrooper battalion. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which was awarded the medal "For the return of the Crimea".


Nikita Ushkov

Lives in Lipetsk, Russia. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment together with Ushakov. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which he received the medal "For the return of the Crimea".

Maksim Ilyukhin

Lives in Plovitsa, Lipetsk region, Russia. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment together with Ushakov and Ushkov. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, awarded with a medal.


Rustam Saidhamedov

Born in 1990, lives in the city of Krasnovyshersk, the Perm region of the Russian Federation. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234 regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which was awarded the medal "For the return of the Crimea". Works as a physical education teacher. In September of this year he was elected a Member of Assembly of Krasnovyshersky Municipal District of the seventh convocation.


Sergey Terentyev

Born in 1995. Place of birth: Bichevaya village, Khabarovsk Territory of Russia. He lives in the Russian city of Kolomna. In 2013-2014, he was on regular service in 234th regiment as an operator-gunner. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which he was awarded a medal.

Sergey Panin

Born in 1993, lives in Voronezh. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which was awarded the medal "For the return of the Crimea".


Sergey Startsev

Born in 1993, lives in the city of Berezniki, the Perm Region of Russia. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which was awarded the medal "For the return of the Crimea".


Andrey Rybakov

Born in 1994. Lives in Krasnogorsk, Russia. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which was awarded the Medal of Defense of Russia "For the return of the Crimea".

Aleksey Shabansky

In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234th regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, for which he was awarded a medal.

Dmitry Kudinov

Born in 1993. Lives in Voronezh, Russia. In 2013-2014 he was on regular service in 234 regiment. Participated in the occupation of the Crimea, received the medal "For the return of the Crimea".

Earlier, volunteers from the International Intelligence Network InformNapalm published data on the military personnel of the Russian military unit No. 27777 deployed in Chechnya, which took part in the annexation of the Crimea.

The information provided data on 1,097 Russian military servicemen.

Source: Informnapalm.org

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