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Nikolai Reznichenko

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Jan 2, 2022

Nikolai Semyonovich Reznichenko (Russian: Николай Семёнович Резниченко; 23 March 1952 – 6 July 2021) was a Soviet and later Russian military officer who held a number of posts in the country’s border forces, reaching the rank of general-polkovnik. His career culminated with the position of first deputy and chief of staff of the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation [ru].

Soviet and Russian military officer
Nikolai Reznichenko
Native name
Николай Семёнович Резниченко
Born 23 March 1952
Kabardinskaya [ru], Apsheronsky District, Krasnodar Krai, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Died 6 July 2021(2021-07-06) (aged 69)
Allegiance  Soviet Union
 Russia
Service/branch Soviet Border Troops
Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation [ru]
Years of service 1970–2003
Rank General-Polkovnik
Awards Order of Military Merit
Order of the Red Banner
Order of the Red Star
Order “For Personal Courage”

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Reznichenko was born on 23 March 1952 in the village of Kabardinskaya [ru], Apsheronsky District, in Krasnodar Krai, then part of the Russian SFSR, in the Soviet Union.[1] He began his schooling in the village in 1959, and was elected secretary of the school’s Komsomol organization.[2] In 1970 he enrolled in the Alma-Ata Higher Border Command School, but in his second year he was transferred with his class to the Higher Border Military-Political School of the KGB [ru], graduating in 1974.[1][2] His active service following his graduation took him to many of the USSR’s border districts [ru], including the North-Western [ru], Baltic [ru], Transcaucasian [ru] and Central Asian Border Districts [ru].[3] He began as deputy head of a border outpost, rising to head of a border detachment. In 1979 he enrolled at the Frunze Military Academy, graduating in 1982.[1][2]

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