The InformNapalm international volunteer community conducted investigation of the social profile of the Russian senior lieutenant Vladimir Nasonov. He is a flight radio officer and the last few years he was involved into the transportation of the ‘secret goods’ from the Russian Federation to the Middle East and to the countries in Africa.
Vladimir Nasonov was born on August 12, 1987 in Yeysk (Krasnodar Krai, Russia). He graduated from the Military University of the Russian Ministry of Defense in 2010, foreign languages faculty, department of Middle Eastern languages. The mobile phone number is +79889955884 (‘Mobile Telesystems’ OJSC, Rostovska oblast). He has a car with license plate ‘в456су’ (location code is not determined). Archive of his own page of the social network can be found here.
Vladimir Nasonov does military service in the guards aviation military-transport regiment No. 708, in Taganrog city, in the Rostovska oblast. We can assume it taking into account the place where he lives and the code of the mobile operator from his mobile phone number.
The senior lieutenant Vladimir Nasonov is a flight radio officer and until the middle of the year 2014 he flew in a An-124-100 plane.
For comparison reason please check the photo below that shows the workplace of the flight radio officer in a Аn-124-100 plane, this information has been taken from the igor113 blog.
According to the radio communication scheme uploaded in the social network on his own page in 2015, Vladimir used to fly in a Il-76MD plane with registration number RA-76554.
One of the mil-avia blogger’s article “Irak turned back a Il-76 plane to the Mozdok (records)” contains interception of the radio communication of the RA-76554 plane, done on September 26, 2015 (archive). We can assumed that Vladimir Nasonov’s voice was recorded during this radio communication.
The senior lieutenant Vladimir Nasonov also uploaded to his profile photos which pointed at his participation in the supplying of the goods to the Khmeimim airbase in Syria (archive, in October 2015) and to the Iran (archive, in December 2015). The soldier removed the signs of his belonging to the Russian air forces as it is common in the Russian hybrid army. Additionally, other interesting places to where Vladimir Nasonov delivered the goods are listed below. Taking into account the names of the countries, we can guess about the nature of theses goods.
The chronology of goods delivery countrywise and respective archives
2012 – South Sudan – https://archive.is/OgkiI
2012 – Egypt – https://archive.is/4BtkP
2012 – Niger https://archive.is/2r83x
2012 – Phillippines – https://archive.is/06KYu
2012 – Djibouti – https://archive.is/HqFyW
2012 – India – https://archive.is/cZtu0
2012 – Singapore – https://archive.is/Szr87
2012 – Uzbekistan – https://archive.is/Cj4P0
2013 – Jordan – https://archive.is/0czLq
2013 – Uganda – https://archive.is/DovjN
2013 – Kape-Verde – https://archive.is/E9kNJ
2013 – Venezuela – https://archive.is/04CdI
2013 – Nicaragua – https://archive.is/E8occ
2013 – Syria – https://archive.is/nG3dc
2014 – Chad – https://archive.is/UC0Hp
2014 – Mali – https://archive.is/1VDMg
2014 – Nigeria – https://archive.is/WpBEr
2014 – Djibouti – https://archive.is/doUTT
2014 – Manga – https://archive.is/6QdLn
2014 – Cuba – https://archive.is/M98lP
2014 – Serbia – https://archive.is/6SN52
2015 – Armenia – https://archive.is/In2al
2015 – Algeria – https://archive.is/0Vy6e
The InformNapalm community thanks to the readers for providing of interesting links to the profiles of the Russian soldiers, which helps us to find useful and important information more effectively. Maybe Vladimir Nasonov will be involved in the military tribunals against leaders of the Russian Federation in future where he will tell about the type and nature of the delivered goods.
(СС BY 4.0) Original article prepared by Mikhail Kuznetsov, translated by Bogdan Belka, edited by Stepan Grishin.