Fyodor Reut

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Fyodor Reut was a Soviet and later Russian soldier.

In 1968 he graduated from the Ulyanovsk Tank College, in 1978, the Malinovsky Armoured Forces Academy, in 1990 - the General Staff Academy of the Soviet Armed Forces.

  • 1968-1978 - The commander of a tank platoon in the Leningrad Military District, a tank company and a tank battalion in the Transbaikal Military District.
  • 1978-1990 - The commander of a Guards Tank Regiment in the Southern Group of Forces, deputy commander of the Infantry Division, deputy commander and commander of the Guards Tank Division in the Kiev Military District.
  • 1990 - Commander of the 13th Guards Army Corps (Moscow Military District)
  • 1990-1992 - First Deputy Commander of the 22nd Army
  • 1992 - commander of the 7th Guards Army in the Armenian SSR[1] On Monday, JUne 1, 1992, ITAR-TASS reported that Reut said that some units of the 7th Guards Army would begin leaving Armenia in 10–15 days.[2]
  • 1992-1999 - Commander of the Group of Russian Forces in the Transcaucasus.

In 1998 it was reported that he was under investigation for corruption.[3]

He retired in 1999, and died on 25 October 2011 in Moscow.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moscow ITAR-TASS in English 1528 GMT 11 Sep 92, via Joint Publications Research Service, Military Affairs: Directory of Military Organizations and Personnel, November 1992, 146.)
  2. ^ Associated Press, 'Troops in Republics won't be withdrawn,' Boca Raton News, June 2, 1992.
  3. ^ http://www.bu.edu/iscip/vol9/Staar.html