Kapitan Konstantin Vasil'yevich Remizov
1915 – 9 May 1942
|05/11/41||Order of the Red Banner|
Konstantin Remizov was born in 1915.
He graduated from Kachinskaya flight school in 1937.
When Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941, leitenant Remizov served in 12 IAP. This regiment operated on the South-Western Front and was equipped with Polikarpov I-153s.
The regiment was withdrawn from the front on 9 October for retraining and from 2 November they started to re-equip with LaGG-3s.
On 26 December 1941, 12 IAP was renamed to 486 IAP.
They returned to the front with their new LaGG-3s on 15 January 1942, when they became operational on the Crimean Front.
On 9 May 1942, he claimed one Bf 109. On the same day (same combat?) he was killed in air combat.
At the time of his death, kapitan Remizov was credited with 2 biplane victories and a total of 3.
|Kill no.||Date||Time||Number||Type||Result||Plane type||Serial no.||Locality||Unit|
|20/08/41||1/?||Bf 109||Shared destroyed||I-153||South-Western Front||12 IAP|
|1||29/08/41||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||I-153||South-Western Front||12 IAP|
|2||01/09/41||1||”Fiat-37”||Destroyed||I-153||South-Western Front||12 IAP|
|3||09/05/42||1||Bf 109||Destroyed||LaGG-3||Crimean Front||12 IAP|
Biplane victories: 2 and 1 shared destroyed.
TOTAL: 3 and 1 shared destroyed.
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