Representatives of the department expressed their gratitude to Nikolai Alexandrovich for a peaceful sky over his head, wished him many years of life and presented sweet gifts. The front-line soldier warmly received the guests and spoke about wartime, about how he got to the war.
Nikolai Alexandrovich was born on September 12, 1926 in Tyumen. In 1943 he was drafted into the ranks of the Red Army. Served in the 105th NKVD regiment. Participated in the liberation of Moldova and Belarus. He met the victory in Romania with the rank of foreman.
“Already at the age of 17 I was in uniform, commanded a squad. Of course, it is difficult for the modern generation to imagine what war is and how scary it is. We all must love the Motherland and remember our history, ”the front-line soldier recalls.
After the war, the Red Army soldier Gorbunov graduated from a military school and continued to serve at the border post in Lithuania, from where he retired to the reserve 10 years later with the rank of captain.
Nikolai Aleksandrovich was awarded the Orders of the Red Star and the Great Patriotic War II degree, medals "For Courage", "For Victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945." in the protection of the state border ".
In 1973 the veteran moved to Surgut. He worked as a military commander in schools No. 4 and No. 10, and then got a job at GlavTyumentruboprovodstroy, where he worked as the head of the first department until 1995, after which he retired.
And in Nefteyugansk, in honor of the holiday, the employees of the Rosgvardia congratulated and presented a food set to Lyubov Petrovna Boyko, the mother of a serviceman of the internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, a knight of the Order of Courage, Private Boyko Sergei Alexandrovich, who died in the line of military duty in the North Caucasus in 1996.