Oleg Ioilevich Kokushkin (Russian: Олег Иоильевич Кокушкин; 8 May 1910 – 14 September 1943) was a Red Army lieutenant colonel and posthumous Hero of the Soviet Union. Kokushkin joined the Red Army in 1931 and became a political commissar. Kokushkin fought in the Battle of Kiev (1941), the Battle of Moscow, and the Battle of Stalingrad. In November 1942 he was sent to the "Vystrel" courses and after completing the course became commander of the 3rd Guards Airborne Division's 8th Guards Airborne Regiment. Kokushkin led the regiment in the Battle of Kursk, Operation Kutuzov and the . He was killed in action when a German bomb struck his command post. Kokushkin was posthumously awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union for his leadership of the regiment.

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  • Oleg Ioilevich Kokushkin (Russian: Олег Иоильевич Кокушкин; 8 May 1910 – 14 September 1943) was a Red Army lieutenant colonel and posthumous Hero of the Soviet Union. Kokushkin joined the Red Army in 1931 and became a political commissar. Kokushkin fought in the Battle of Kiev (1941), the Battle of Moscow, and the Battle of Stalingrad. In November 1942 he was sent to the "Vystrel" courses and after completing the course became commander of the 3rd Guards Airborne Division's 8th Guards Airborne Regiment. Kokushkin led the regiment in the Battle of Kursk, Operation Kutuzov and the . He was killed in action when a German bomb struck his command post. Kokushkin was posthumously awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union for his leadership of the regiment. (en)
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  • Oleg Ioilevich Kokushkin (Russian: Олег Иоильевич Кокушкин; 8 May 1910 – 14 September 1943) was a Red Army lieutenant colonel and posthumous Hero of the Soviet Union. Kokushkin joined the Red Army in 1931 and became a political commissar. Kokushkin fought in the Battle of Kiev (1941), the Battle of Moscow, and the Battle of Stalingrad. In November 1942 he was sent to the "Vystrel" courses and after completing the course became commander of the 3rd Guards Airborne Division's 8th Guards Airborne Regiment. Kokushkin led the regiment in the Battle of Kursk, Operation Kutuzov and the . He was killed in action when a German bomb struck his command post. Kokushkin was posthumously awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union for his leadership of the regiment. (en)
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