Volunteers of InformNapalm volunteer intelligence community found evidence of the participation of military personnel of the 99th Logistics Brigade in the occupation of Crimea. This investigation focuses on the servicemen of the 1st Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade of the 49th Field Army, military unit 72153 belonging to the Southern Military District of the Russian Armed Forces. Permanent station of the brigade is in Maikop, Republic of Adygea. The Auromotive Battalion is permanently deployed in Novocherkassk, Rostov Oblast, Russian Federation.
We should like to draw the attention of the Ukrainian law enforcement authorities to the fact that in the recent month, it is the fourth unit of the Russian army, spotted in the invasion of Crimea by InformNapalm volunteers, but not on the list of the Military Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine (see our investigations about 34th Motorized Rifle Brigade , 66th Signals and Control Brigade , 234th Airborne Assault Regiment ).
Football fans from the automotive battalion
The 99th Logistics Brigade has already been spotted by our OSINT team. The servicemen of this unit were identified in April 2015 in Donetsk at the Donbas Arena stadium.
In spring 2014, servicemen of military unit 72153 also went to watch a game between the Sevastopol and Zarya football clubs, which took place on May 2, 2014 in the city of Sevastopol.
In the photo, is Sergey Solovyov, born August 27, 1993 in Rostov-on-Don. From 2000 to 2008 he attended school in the village of Sinegorsky, Belokalitvensky district, Rostov Oblast, then 89th Vocational Lyceum in the city of Shakhty. In 2013, he was drafted into the ranks of the Russian army. He served in the 1st Automotive Battalion in Novocherkassk (previously, the 239th Automotive Battalion) of the 99th Logistics Brigade of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. He participated in the invasion operation of Crimea. He was awarded the departmental medal of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation For the return of Crimea.
In the background of the photo below, there is a banner ad in the Ukrainian language “High-quality fuel from Europe” (Ukrainian “Високоякісне пальне з Європи”).
The YouTube channel of FC Sevastopol has a video of the match episodes published on May 3, 2014. It shows the same elements of the stadium building and the advertising banner as in Solovyov’s photo.
Deployment period of the occupation unit of the 99th Logistics Brigade in Crimea
The Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade was deployed to Crimea in early March. Solovyov wrote about this in the comments under the photo on his page, answering friends’ questions. In the photo, published on March 24, 2014, he is pictured on a KamAZ truck with no license plates. Caption under the photo – “Sevastopol”:
“U moved to Sevastopol ???”, a friend asks Solovyov.
“Yes! Been here for almost two weeks”, replies Solovyov.
April 12, 2014. Solovyov is still in Sevastopol, cooking out.
“Cool! And you didn’t call me” a friend reproaches in the comments.
“Come over! Waiting =) in Sevastopol, Crimea! Food’s still hot”, Solovyov invites.
On May 19, 2014, the Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade in the port Krym is waiting for the ferry to return to its permanent deployment station in Novocherkassk. This is what the caption under the photo says: “5/19/2014 Waiting for the ferry, we are returning to Novocherkassk.”
On June 22, 2014, Solovyov, with a medal for occupying Crimea on his chest, along with his colleagues, takes part in the march commemorating the anniversary of the attack of Hitler’s Germany on the USSR.
The fact that the event takes place in Novocherkassk is evidenced by the following photo in Solovyov’s album with the Novocherkassk Voznesensky military patriarchal cathedral in the background.
Apparently, the Russian Orthodox Church approves of the attack on the neighboring country: Russian priests are posing for photographs with the servicemen wearing the medals for the occupation.
SCREENSHOTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS AND PHOTOS OF SOLOVYOV
Social network pages: https://ok.ru/profile/526697215133 (http://archive.is/5DkyO) album http://archive.is/9DJkR, contacts http://archive.is/afbtz, https://vk.com/id94914602
What was delivered by 99th Brigade’s automotive battalion in Crimea
99th Brigade’s automotive battalion in Crimea unit is charged with the operational combat support for the troops: the delivery of ammunition and fuel, transportation of personnel. One of its servicemen – Kirill Dudkin, born November 11, 1990 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, published a photo of a KamAZ truck damaged in an accident with the following caption: “Here in Sevastopol, KamAZ trucks all loaded with ammunition get in accidents. Working for the battalion is not that safe.”
We do not relably know what kind of ammunition was transported by 99th Brigade’s automotive battalion in Crimea, but we get the general idea about the safety standards of the dangerous goods transport from the following photo of Dudkin posted on August 20, 2014, with the caption: “This is how we carry 10 million worth of ammo, not mentioning the floor holes”.
The photo shows frag 82-mm mortar rounds, which have been widely used with BM-37, BM-41, BM-43 mortars since the Second World War, as well as with modern 82 mm 2B14 Podnos and 2b9 Vasilyok mortars.
In his social media album, Dudkin posted other photos taken in Crimea during the invasion period.
Dudkin’s comment to the photo below: “Conquest of Sevastopol !!! There is our flag on the mountain, take a closer look.”
SCREENSHOTS OF DUDKIN’S SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS AND PHOTOS
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And now let’s return for a moment to Sergey Solovyov. The dialog under the following photo, taken in Crimea, leads us to another person involved in the investigation –
Artur Molekian: “I wonder who took the photo)))))”
Sergey Solovyov: “Artur ;)”
Artur Molekian, born on May 21, 1991 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. In his social media photo album, he posted pictures taken in Crimea during the invasion.
This photo was taken on the grounds of the 30th Coastal Battery memorial in the Ukrainian Crimea. It was published in Molekian’s album (on the left) on December 13, 2014. However the same snapshot was posted on May 3, 2014 by his colleague Patrakov (on the right). Patrakov will be discussed further.
SCREENSHOTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS AND PHOTOS OF MOLEKIAN
Having studied the circle of Molekian’s friends, we discovered other Russian war criminals. Some of the identified occupiers are on the videos of oathtaking found in the VK accounts of Patrakov, Molekian and other servicemen of the automotive battalion. The oathtaking video is divided into three parts: p. 1, p. 2, p. 3. The first Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade took the oath on December 14, 2013 in Novocherkassk. The subjects of this investigation also posted a short video made in the barracks at demobilization.
Konstantin Buryak, born 27.03.1993 Timashevsk, resided in Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don. He began his service in the army in July 2013. Judging by his social media accounts, he served in the Automotive Battalion of the 99th Brigade (uniform, buttonholes, military equipment side numbers, photos with other servicemen in Crimea and at the permanent deployment station in Novocherkassk). In his photo albums, there were numerous photos taken in Crimea during the invasion. On VK social network, his Crimean photos are collected in an album titled “Sevastopol”. They were posted in May 2014, and Buryak was demobilized in early July 2014, which means that the pictures were taken when he was part of the invading Russian troops.
Pictured – Artur Molekian and Konstantin Buryak
The following two pictures were taken on the territory of the fuel transshipment base of the 758th Logistics Center of Black Sea Fleet near the base headquarters building, which is confirmed by the video (the story about the base starts at 9:18). After the publication of the investigations, Russian war criminals are trying to destroy the evidence, therefore we saved this video on YouTube.
Let us compare the video frames with the photos of Buryak.
Here, he is pictured wearing a medal For the Return of Crimea
This group snapshot of Russian war criminals was made in Sevastopol, on the Mayachna Mountain. Buryak is fourth on the left in the first row, next to Solovyov.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Buryak
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Vladimir Patrakov, born December 2, 1991, in Perm, Russian Federation. He did his conscript military service in 2013-2014, in the 1st Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation as a private. As of October 2017, an employee of Rosseti company.
Left V. Patrakov, right S. Solovyov
He posted in his photo album many photos taken in Crimea during the invasion period. On the following two photos, Russian servicemen are pictured on the territory of the World War II memorial – the 30th Coastal Battery.
- Molekyan on the left, V. Patrakov on the right.
In the photo from left to right: A. Molekian, V. Patrakov, A. Perepelkin (we will discuss him later)
The next picture was taken in the area of Inkerman, at a place where the Chorna river flows into the Sevastopol Bay.
The following servicemen (from left to right) are on the photo above: unidentified occupier, S. Tkachenko, V. Talashmanov; in the second row from left to right: unidentified civilian, V. Patrakov, A. Perepelkin, D. Zaitov, A. Molekian
This picture shows Patrakov near the ruins of Kalamita fortress in Sevastopol.
Patrakov was awarded a medal for the occupation of Crimea (he posted a photo of the ID).
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Patrakov
На фото Инкерманский карьер в Севастополе
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Alexander Voronov, born January 03, 1988, resided in Abakan (Republic of Khakassia, Russia), Shushenskoye village (Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia). He did his conscript military service in the 1st Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade.
On July 15, 2014 Voronov posted a photo of a road sign with the inscription “Crimea”. Caption under the photo: “I was in Crimea”.
Since Voronov was drafted to the military service in the fall of 2013, he took the oath in December 2013 and was demobilized in the fall of 2014 (as evidenced by his profile data and the video of the oathtaking), therefore, he took the photo exiting Crimea as part of the Russian occupying force.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Voronov
Ibragim Muradov, born March 15, 1994, in the village of Bolshaya Martynovka, Rostov Oblast, Russian Federation. He did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. He posted photos taken in Crimea during the invasion.
Caption: “Road to Sevastopol”.
Screenshots of Muradov’s social media accounts and photos
Alexander Perepelkin, born July 01, 1994 in Chusovoy, Perm Krai, Russia. He did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea He currently works at the Ministry of Emergency Situations.
In his album, he posted pictures of Ukrainian currency, as well as military vehicles without number plates. To a friend’s question about the absence of the plates he answered: “Well, on a deployment) I do not need them)”.
Here is a photo taken at the fuel transshipment base of the 758th Logistics Center of Black Sea Fleet in Crimea. It shows Perepelkin with his colleagues Patrakov and Zaitov (will be discussed further).
Screenshots of Perepelkin’s social media accounts and photos
Pictured Inkerman quarry in Sevastopol.
Pictured Kalamita fortress in Sevastopol
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Vladimir Talashmanov, born May 10, 1994 in Yekaterinburg, Russia. He was identified in group photos taken at the location of the 1st Automotive Battallion, as well as in a picture taken on the territory of the fuel transshipment base in Crimea, in the album of Perepelkin and other colleagues.
In the photo from left to right: V. Patrakov, V. Talashmanov, A. Perepelkin
Talashmanov on the photo from Patrakov’s album.
Talashmanov on the photo from Karpov’s album (he will be discussed further).
In his album, Talashmanov posted a photo of the medal for the occupation of Crimea.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Talashmanov
Dmitry Shchipanov, born August 16, 1993. Passport 5707 040302, issued by the Federal Migration Service for the Perm Krai in the town of Lysva on August 28, 2007, taxpayer identification number 591878361100, registered at: Perm Krai, Lysva, 18 Lenina St., apt. 60. He was drafted in the fall of 2013, served in the 1st Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade. This is confirmed by the oathtaking video published by Molekian and others. He was identified in group pictures in the albums of other servicemen of this battalion. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea He did not publish the photo of the medal in his album, but was identified in the group shots of the awardees, which were published by colleagues.
Photo from Vitaly Volk’s album (he will be discussed later). Shchipanov second to the left.
Next, two photos from the Patrakov’s album, Shchipanov marked with a red arrow.
Screenshots of Shchipanov’s social media accounts and photos
Alexander Kosygin, born September 16, 1992 in Penza, Russia. He has a car registered in the Samara Oblast of the Russian Federation. Mobilized in the spring of 2013. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea
On the photo, A. Kosygin (left) with a colleague Sergey Kichaykin (right)
Cynical comments of Kosygin’s relatives are worth a mention. His sister Maria Semochkina is proud of her brother-occupier, and his brother Ilya believes that “a piece of Crimea” would have been better than a medal.
· Screenshots of Kosygin’s social media accounts and photos
Sergey Kichaykin, born September 27, 1992, in the village of Shugurovo (in 2008 he graduated from the local school), residing in Penza. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea In his profile, he posted a photo of the period of his army service geotagged to Novocherkassk.
Kichaykin has been identified on group shots in the albums of his colleagues.
In Kosygin’s album:
In Patrakov’s album:
· Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Kichaikin
Vitaly Volk, born May 04, 1990 in Zernograd, Russia. He served in the Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade, discharged as a junior sergeant, demobilized in the fall of 2014. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea
Screenshots of Volk’s social media accounts and photos
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Mustafa Tursunov, born on March 26, 1994 inRostov-on-Don, Russia. He did his conscript military service in the 2nd Automotive Company of the Automotive Battalion of the 99th Logistics Brigade as a private. Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea
Tursunov is pictured first left
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Tursunov
Ibrahim Muradov is present in many pictures in Mustafa Tursunov’s album, including in family ones. Perhaps they are relatives, because the name of the mother Tursunov in the social network “Classmates” is listed as Nashida Tursunov (Muradova) (https://ok.ru/profile/568564006052).
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Sergey Karpov, born November 17, 1994 in the town of Tchaikovsky, residing in the village of Foki (Perm Oblast, Russian Federation). He did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. In his profile there is an album called “Sevastopol” containing 64 photos taken during the invasion period, all of them were posted on March 25, 2014.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Karpov
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Oleg Ovchinnikov, born on August 19, 1991 in Yurla, Russia. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. He posted photos taken in Crimea during the invasion period.
He photographed a sign with the inscription in the Ukrainian language “Thank you for the clean waysides”.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Ovchinnikov
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Nikolai Shkurat, born on October 26, 1992 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. As of 2016, an employee at the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation.
Awarded a medal For the Return of Crimea
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Shkurat
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Denis Zaitov, born in Berezovka, Perm Krai, Russian Federation. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. He posted a photo taken at the fuel transshipment base (see above) during the invasion operation in Crimea.
In the photo from left to right: D. Zaitov, A. Perepelkin, V. Patrakov
Zaitov was identified on the Crimean photos of the invasion period in the albums of other suspects of this investigation: Buryak, Perepelkin, Patrakov; he is also featured in the oathtaking video.
Screenshots of social media accounts and photos of Zaitov
Alexey Kosmachev, born February 15, 1994 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. Appears on the oath’ video. In his profile, he did not publish a single photo evidencing his participation in the aggression against Ukraine, but he was identified on the photographs of his colleagues, on some of them wearing a medal for the occupation of Crimea.
Photo from Vitaly Volk’s album.
In the photo from left to right: unidentified occupier, D. Shchipanov, A. Kosmachev, M. Shkurat, V. Volk
He was also identified on a photo in Patrakov’s album.
Screenshots of Kosmachev’s social media accounts and photos
https://vk.com/id120479698 (page deleted)
Комментировал фотографию в профиле друга с удаленной страницы, которая была создана на настоящее имя.
Также опознан в albumе брата Никиты.
Настоящее имя брата на билетах.
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Sergey Tkachenko, born August 23, 1995 in Chertkovo, Rostov Oblast, Russia. Did his conscript military service in the Automotive Battalion of 99th Logistics Brigade. Identified in the Crimean group photographs of the occupation period in the albums of colleagues.
In Buryak’s album:
In Perepelkin’s album:
In Patrakov’s album:
In Patrakov’s album he was also spotted on the group pictures with a medal for the occupation of Crimea.
Screenshots of Tkachenko’s social media accounts and photos
The 99th Logistics Brigade is part of the 49th Field Army of the Southern Military District of the Russian Armed Forces. On December 30, 2013, Lieutenant General Sergey Sevryukov was appointed commander of the 49th Army . Sevryukov was born in Tatarstan, graduated from the Kazan Tank School, then the Military Academy of Armored Forces, in 2012 – the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces. Prior to the new appointment he served as deputy commander of the 49th Army.
Certificates to the medals that were awarded to the servicemen of the automotive battalion for participation in the invasion of Crimea were signed by Colonel Igor Yegorov. In 2014, he was the commander of the 99th Logistics Brigade (archive: http://archive.is/WeCvm). Since 2017 he has been in command of the 7th Russian Military Base (military unit 09332, Gudauta, occupied Abkhazia, Georgia).
These Russian officers are not on the list (1, 2, 3) of military commanding officers of the Russian Armed Forces and representatives of the authorities of the Russian Federation indicted by the Main Military Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine. There is every reason to add them to this list.
This publication was prepared specially for InformNapalm.
Translated by Andrii Gryganskyi, edited by Artem Velichko
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