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On August 1, on the facade of the building of the Museum of the History of the Airborne Forces in Ryazan, a solemn ceremony was held to unveil a memorial plaque to the veteran of the Great Patriotic War and the Airborne Forces, honorary citizen of Ryazan, Colonel Vladimir Andreevich Inyutsin.

It is no coincidence that the memorial plaque is located on the building of the Museum of the History of the Airborne Forces: after being fired from the Armed Forces, while on a well-deserved rest, Colonel Vladimir Inyutsin did not break ties with his native airborne troops, but continued to work in this museum as a researcher.

The opening ceremony of the memorial plaque was attended by Deputy Commander of the Airborne Forces for military-political work, Major General Viktor Kupchishin, Chairman of the Ryazan City Duma Yulia Rokotyanskaya, acting Head of the Museum of the History of the Airborne Forces Vladimir Nemirovsky, Metropolitan of Ryazan and Mikhailovsky Mark, the son of Vladimir Andreevich – Yuri Inyutsyn, officers and cadets of the RVVDKU named after General of the Army V.F. Margelov, veterans of the Airborne Forces, representatives of public organizations.

“The history of the country, state, people create, leaving their mark. The history of the Airborne Forces knows many names of prominent people. And the name of Vladimir Andreevich occupies a special place. Throughout his life and work, Colonel Inyutsin confirmed that at all times and under any circumstances, he was always devoted to the Fatherland and the airborne troops, ”said Major General Viktor Kupchishin, deputy commander of the Airborne Forces for military-political work.

“For 77 years of service, he went a glorious way from a soldier, a participant in the Great Patriotic War, the liberator of Hungary, Austria and Czechoslovakia from the German fascist invaders to a senior officer. Subsequently, he taught at the legendary airborne school. I passed on the accumulated experience to future young officers. But truly the main business of Vladimir Andreevich was work in the museum of the history of the Airborne Forces. A man with a wide soul, an open heart, he tremblingly kept the memory of past events, of bygone times. Today, thanks to such caring people, we can fully experience the course of the history and evolution of the Airborne Forces, ”stressed the Deputy Commander of the Airborne Forces.

During his scientific career, from the very first day of his work at the Museum until his death, Vladimir Andreevich carried out an enormous amount of work in collecting, processing and systematizing materials on the history of the airborne troops, which significantly enriched his exhibition funds. The veteran conducted more than 2500 sightseeing and thematic excursions, developed more than a hundred working projects for the museum exposition and made a significant contribution to the development of military-patriotic work. It is no coincidence that in 2018 he was awarded the title of “Honorary Citizen of the city of Ryazan”, two years earlier, by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, he was awarded the Order of Honor, and for his services in museum activities he bore another honorary title “Honored Worker of Culture”.

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