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AWARD CITATION

1.

First, middle and last names

Narmatov Tishabay

2.

Rank

Guards Lance-Corporal

3.

Position, unit

Scout-observer of the 9th battery, 5th Guards Gun Artillery order of the Red Banner regiment

<h3 style="margin: 0cm 0cm 0.0001pt; text-align: center;" align="center"> </h3> <h3 style="margin: 0cm 0cm 0.0001pt; text-align: center;" align="center">Is recommended for the order of Glory, 2nd class</h3>

4.

Year of birth

1919

5.

Nationality

Kirghiz

6.

Party membership

C.P.S.U.(B) member

7.

Participation in the civil war and other military actions aimed at the defense of the USSR (where and when)

The Great Patriotic War since June 1941

8.

Wounds or contusions received during the Patriotic War

2 wounds

9.

In the Red Army since

October, 1939

10.

Drafted by what district military commissariat

Kaganovichsky district military commissariat, Fergana region

11.

Previous awards

Order of Glory, 3rd class. Order to 2nd Guards APKDP, General Headquarters Reserve No 15/N of July 15, 1944;

For Valor medal. Order to 5th Guards Gun Artillery order of the Red Banner regiment No 6/N of April, 19, 1944

For Defense of Stalingrad medal

12.

Permanent home address (of the prospective awardee or his/her family)

Kaganovichsky district, Fergana region

I. Brief description of personal feat or merits

On January 29, 1945 together with a section leader and a scout he secretly approached the enemy?s battle safeguarding and using a submachine-gun shot down a machine-gun crew, two captured machine-guns they handed over their infantry subunits.

On January 26, 1945 under severe mortar enemy?s fire, having come forward behind our infantry?s dislocation he discovered a mortar battery and enemy?s observing post in the area of 33.0 height which were suppressed with the fire of our battery?s.

On February 03, 1945 he discovered an accumulation of enemy?s infantry and tanks near Maulen village. By his instructions our batteries opened fire and successfully repulsed enemy?s counterattack.

Comrade Normatov deserves the government award, order of Glory, 2nd class.

Commander of the 5th Guards Artillery, order of the Red Banner

Guards Lieutenant Colonel (signed) /Gorev/

February 12, 1945

<h4 style="margin: 0cm 0cm 0.0001pt;"> II. Conclusion of the Higher Command</h4>

Deserves the government award, Order of Glory, 2nd class

Commander of 6th Guards Gun Artillery Sevastopol Brigade

Guards Colonel (signed)

March 1, 1945

Deserves the government award, Order of Glory, 2nd class

Commander of 2nd Guards Artillery Perekops order of the Red Banner and order of Suvorov division of General Headquarters Reserve breach

Guards Major-General of Artillery (signed)

March 02, 1945

Deserves the government award, Order of Glory, 2nd class

Artillery Commander of 39th Army

Lieutenant-General of Artillery (signed) /Bazhanov/

March 09, 1945

Award with the order of Glory, 2nd class

Commander of 39th Army

Lieutenant-General (signed) /Ljudnikov/

Member of 39th Army Military Counsil

Major-General /Boyko/ (signed)

March 16, 1945

By order to 39th Army No 0345 of March 20, 1945 awarded with the order of Glory, 2nd class.

Chief assistant of the 2nd section of personnel department of 39th Army

Captain (signed) /Krylov/ April 18, 1945

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<h1 style="text-align: center;" align="center">Record card</h1>

Order book No Б-992904

1. Last name: NARMATOV

2. First, middle names: Tishabay

3. Military rank: Guards Lance-Corporal

4. Sex: Male

5. Year of birth: 1919

6. Place of birth: Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, Fergana region, Kaganovichesky district

7. Party membership since: Non-party

8. Education: primary

9. Nationality: Kirghiz

10. In the Red Army since: October 1939 till August 1946

11. Place of service (name of the unit) and position occupied when awarded: 5th gun artillery regiment, 2nd artillery division, 39th Army, 3rd Baltic Front ? scout

12. Current place of service and position: Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, Fergana region, Kaganovichesky district, Akhun-Babaev village/Soviet, Baykal-Minal ? tractor driver

13. Home address of the awardee: Kaganovichesky district, Akhun-Babaev village/Soviet, Baykal-Minal

14. Record of previous awards

Names of orders, medals

Their numbers

Document numbers

Ground for award

CHECKED

For Valor medal

1080051

Temp./сertif.

Б-003895

Order to 5th Guards artillery regiment, № 6/N of April 19, 1944

Order of Glory, 3rd class

185554

Temp./сertif.

Г-335842

Order to 2nd artillery division, № 15/N of December 15, 1944

Order of Glory, 2nd class

8577

Temp./сertif.

Д-949523

Order to 39th Army № 0315 of March 20, 1945

For the Defense of Stalingrad

Certificate

C- 31242

Decree of December 22, 1942

For Victory Over Germany medal

Certificate is lost

Decree of May 9, 1945

Signature of awardee (signed) ________________________

Data correctness and signature of awardee

attested by:

Kaganovichesky district military commissar Major (signed) /Radzhanov/

March 28, 1947

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