Battalion Commander - Lieutenant Colonel

Unit: 148th Separate Reconnaissance Battalion, 144th Guards Motor Rifle Division, 20th Guards Combined Arms Army, Western Military District

Call Sign: "Ashgabat,” (Ашхабад)

Cargo ID: #790

English Name: Vladimir Alexandrovich Aseev

Russian Name: Асеевым Владимир Александрович

Date of Birth: 1978 (age: 45 years)

Lived in: Smolensk, Smolensk Oblast, Russia

Place of Death: Svatove/Kreminna Area, Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine

Awards: Order of Courage (ph.), Order of Courage, Order of Courage, Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" 2nd Class, Medal "For Distinction in Combat", Medal "For Distinction in Combat", Medal "For Military Valor" 1st Class, Medal "For Military Valor" 2nd Class, Medal Under Investigation, Medal "Participant of the Military Operation in Syria", Medal "For Distinction in Military Service" 1st Class, Medal "For Distinction in Military Service" 2nd Class, Medal "For Distinction in Military Service" 3rd Class

There are two different versions of Vladimir's death: one a "heroic" death saving the lives of his men at the cost of his own; the other a less heroic poisoning by Ukrainian partisans.
The battalion commander had a lot of trials, he began his service in the police in Uzbekistan in the early 2000s. Then he moved to Russia, got a job again in the police. Business trips to Syria, the fight against criminals - he has always been at the forefront. From the authorities, he decided to go to serve in the Ministry of Defense. About 8 years ago, Ashgabat moved to Smolensk, where he lived with his family until the start of the NWO.
Almost from the first days of the special military operation, he and his fighters performed difficult front-line work. The reconnaissance battalion as part of the 144th Yelninsky Guards Motorized Rifle Division conducted offensive battles on the Svatovo-Kremennaya line.
"My main task is to save the lives of soldiers," Vladimir continues. - I am not one of those commanders who carry out their tasks at the expense of the deaths of fighters. Let me carry out the order a day later, but the people will be alive. Sometimes I get "burned" for this, what can I do. I have a lot of mobilized people in my battalion, they are still inexperienced, there is a lot to learn.
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