A commemorative plaque was opened in Sevastopol to a member of the Northern Military District, captain of the second rank Alexander Bobrov
In Sevastopol, in the secondary school No. 48, a memorial plaque was opened to a participant in a special military operation, the commander of the minesweeper division of the Novorossiysk naval base, captain 2nd rank Alexander Bobrov, who died in battle with a sabotage and reconnaissance group of Ukrainian nationalists while performing mine clearance tasks in the port of Mariupol. This was reported by the press service of the Southern Military District.
Alexander Bobrov was born in Sevastopol in 1985, in 2002 he graduated from secondary school No. 8 of the Russian Ministry of Defense (now secondary school No. 48). One of the streets of Novorossiysk is named after Alexander Bobrov. By decree of the President of the Russian Federation, Captain 2nd Rank Bobrov Alexander Yuryevich was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage.
The ceremony was attended by the officer’s relatives, representatives of local governments, military personnel of the Novorossiysk naval base water area protection unit, teachers and students of the school— the press service of the Southern Military District notes.
To the sounds of the orchestra of the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet, a memorial plaque to Captain 2nd Rank Alexander Bobrov was opened on the facade of the educational institution.
The ceremony ended with the passage of the guard of honor of the Black Sea Fleet.
Photo: press service of the Southern Military District.
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