Major Timofey Gordeyevich Lobok
|Order of Lenin|
|Order of the Red Banner||1st|
|Order of the Red Banner||2nd|
|Order of the Red Banner||3rd|
|Order of the Patriotic War, 1st Class|
|Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class|
|Order of the Red Star|
Timofey Lobok was born in 1919.
When Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941, mladshiy leitenant Lobok served in 22 IAP. This regiment was equipped with Polikarpov I-153s and operated on the South-Western Front.
Between 23 November 1941 and 10 May 1942, the regiment was reorganized and re-equipped with LaGG-3s.
On 10 May, the went back to combat operations on the South-Western Front.
Between 6 July 1942 and15 July 1942, they retrained on the Yak-1.
On 27 July, they went back to combat operations with Yak-1s. This time on the Stalingrad Front.
They moved to the Southern Front on 1 January 1943.
On 18 March 1943, 2 IAP became a guards-unit and renamed to 85 GIAP.
The Southern Front was renamed to 4th Ukrainian Front on 20 October 1943.
In May-July 1944, the regiment was supplemented with Yak-9s.
On 14 July, the resumed combat operations on the 1st Ukrainian Front.
The regiment moved to the 2nd Ukrainian Front on 13 September 1944.
Between 1 April and 28 April, they received Yak-3s.
Major Lobok ended the war with 1 biplane victory and a total of 6.
These had been claimed during 394 combat missions and 57 air combats.
|Kill no.||Date||Time||Number||Type||Result||Plane type||Serial no.||Locality||Unit|
|1||04/08/41||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||I-153||Kiev region||2 IAP|
|18/05/42||1/?||FW 189||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|2||19/05/42||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|20/05/42||1/4||FW 189 (a)||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|3||10/06/42||1||He 111||Destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|14/06/42||1/?||Ju 88||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|21/06/42||1/?||Bf 109||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|26/06/42||1/?||He 111||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Kharkov region||2 IAP|
|??/12/42||1/?||Ju 90||Shared destroyed||LaGG-3||Stalingrad||2 IAP|
|4||30/07/43||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||Yak-1||Kamyshevakha||85 GIAP|
|5||12/08/44||1||Ju 88||Destroyed||Yak-1, Yak-9||E Bosovitse||85 GIAP|
Biplane victories: 1 destroyed.
TOTAL: 5 and 6 shared destroyed.
(a) This claim can’t be verified with Luftwaffe records.
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