Kapitan Fedor Ignat’yevich Chernyy
Fedor Chernyy was born in 1917.
Leitenant Chernyy was posted to 482 IAP in December 1942. With this unit, he flew Polikarpov I-153 but without claiming anything.
In August 1942, he was posted to 267 IAP, which also was equipped with I-153s. This unit operated on the North Caucasus Front.
On 7 October, he didn’t return from a combat mission and was considered missing. However, he had been seriously wounded and hospitalised.
On recovery, he was posted to 975 IAP in March 1943. This unit operated on the Transcaucasian Front.
Between 18 June and 14 August 1943, they reequipped with Yak-1s before entering combat again on 14 August with their new aircraft on the Southern Front.
On 3 September, the unit became a guard’s unit and renamed to 117 GIAP.
Chernyy ended the war with 2 shared biplane victories and a total of 5.
These had been claimed during 461 combat missions (as of 21 July 1944).
During his career, he was decorated with three Orders of the Red Banner and the Order of Aleksandr Nevskiy.
|Kill no.||Date||Time||Number||Type||Result||Plane type||Serial no.||Locality||Unit|
|16/08/42||1/?||Bf 110||Shared destroyed||I-153||Guriyskaya||267 IAP|
|05/10/42||1/6||FW 189 (a)||Shared destroyed||I-153||Tuapse||267 IAP|
|1||19/07/43||1||Ju 88||Destroyed||Yak-1||Dmitriyevka||975 IAP|
|2||27/07/43||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||Yak-1||Grigor'yevka||975 IAP|
|3||02/08/43||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||Yak-1||Russkiy||975 IAP|
|4||20/08/43||1||Ju 87||Destroyed||Yak-1||Semenovskiy||975 IAP|
|5||30/09/43||1||Ju 87||Destroyed||Yak-1||W Prishib station||117 GIAP|
Biplane victories: 2 shared destroyed.
TOTAL: 5 and 2 shared destroyed.
(a) Not verified with Luftwaffe records.
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