During four years of service in Chechnya, Mikhail Kolmakov neutralized more than 150 explosive devices, destroyed 1326 explosive items.
On 14 July 2003 it became a black date for the commander of a platoon platoon: during engineering reconnaissance, Mikhail blew himself up on a radio-controlled land mine, splinters shattered the shoulder joint, his arm had to be amputated.
Nevertheless, this courageous man managed to return to his unit and again pass along the fatal route.
Filming in Nizhny Novgorod: a story about the daily life of the Chevalier of the Order of Courage Mikhail Kolmakov, fragments of an interview with Mikhail and an officer of the Physical Training Department Pavel Kulagin about continuing sports training and military service.
The plot includes operational surveys in Chechnya, 2003.
On April 12, 1961, a man first appeared in a near-earth orbit.
Since then, 430 inhabitants of the Earth have visited the cosmos.
And if today the training of cosmonauts is on a rolled-up program, then the first "celestials" mastered everything from scratch.
The most precious quality for every researcher is the ability to look forward - and the first engineering cosmonauts were able to get the first cosmonauts at the N.Zhukovsky Air Force Engineering Academy.
Interview: cadet Oleg Perel, cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, professor Alexander Zhelannikov, chief of the academy Anatoly Maksimov, professor Natalya Koroleva.
The plot includes shots of the chronicle of different years with the participation of Yuri Gagarin and modern space shootings.
The Cold War marked the beginning of the development of high-power nuclear artillery.
In the 1970s, Soviet designers created the world's best examples of large-caliber artillery mounts, which have no analogues in the world until now.
Shooting at the site of the 45th art brigade of high power: military exercises using artillery systems of the XX and XXI centuries.
Interview: the commander of the self-propelled mortar battalion Igor Troshin, the designer of artillery systems Vladimir Maslov, the commander of art brigade of high power Sergei Glebov.
Exactly 90 years ago, on April 13, 1918, a wonderful Russian officer, general from infantry, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army in July-August 1917, a hereditary Cossack Lavr Georgievich Kornilov was killed.
The candidate of historical sciences Kirill Alexandrov is visiting the program.
A video about General Kornilov based on the documentary chronicles of the beginning of the XX century.
A conversation about the fate of the commander and his role in historical events.
Gagarin Yu.A. - Pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Soviet Union. Leonov A.A. - Soviet pilot-cosmonaut, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR, twice Hero of the Soviet Union. Zhelannikov A.I. - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Member of the Academy of Sciences of Aviation and Aeronautics, Honored Worker of the Higher School of Russia, Colonel. Maksimov A.N. - Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Lieutenant-General, Chief of the Air Force Engineering Academy (VVIA) named after NE Zhukovsky. Queen N.S. - Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor, teacher, laureate of the USSR State Prize, veteran of labor. Aleksandrov K.M. - candidate of historical sciences, journalist, radio and television presenter, teacher, writer and publicist. Kornilov LG - Russian commander, general from infantry, military intelligence officer, diplomat, travel explorer, hero of the Russo-Japanese and First World Wars, Supreme Commander of the Russian Army.
Calendar: 2003 1960s 1910s
Locations: Nizhny Novgorod  The Chechen Republic  Tambov region