Order for Service to the Homeland in the Armed Forces of the USSR 3rd class #53232



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Soviet Order for Service to the Homeland in the Armed Forces of the USSR 3rd class #53232


Awarded to Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny Vladimirovich Mamchich (Евгений Владимирович Мамчич)


Comes with its document in excellent condition. It is numbered ‘L-005559’ which matches the research



Made of silver and enamels. Measurements; 57.44 mm in width; 57.27 mm in height and weighs 63.9 gram. The mint mark “Monjetnij dvor” is located above the screw post in one curved line and the serial number “53232” is positioned at the bottom of its reverse. The minimum known serial number awarded is 0043, the maximum is 140290.


This original order is in excellent condition with all details crisp. The blue and white enamels are flawless and there are few dings or scratches. There have been no repairs and the screw has not been shortened.



Brief, concrete description of his feat of arms or achievements:

“During his service he has been evaluated positively. He is a competent, disciplined, hard-working, and dutiful officer. He demonstrates a conscientious attitude toward the performance of duty. He possesses sufficient experience in overseeing military and political training and educating the men of his battalion. He is the head of the Marxist-Leninist Training Group. Evaluated for its performance in 1981, this group was rated excellent. He teaches courses for the officers, warrant officers, and men of his battalion in a competent and procedurally proper manner. Evaluated for its performance in 1981, the battalion was rated excellent. 45 percent of the battalion’s men are Distinguished Participants of Military and Political Training, 40 percent are first-rate specialists, 20 procent have mastered secondary specializations, and 70 percent are recipients of a Military Sports Service badge. For two years he has been a Distinguished Participant of Military and Political Training (unit orders nr. 0100 of October 21, 1980 and nr. 0108 of October 21, 1981). He is familiar with the regulations of the Armed Forces of the USSR and properly adheres to them. He is morally stalwart and ideologically sound.

Conclusion: For the successes he achieved in military and political training and for upholding a high level of combat readiness in his unit, he deserves to be awarded the Order for Service to the Homeland in the Armed Forces of the USSR, 3rd Class”



Full translation of the research can be found here: Translation_Mamchich




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