On February 19, 2021, on the eve of the 103rd anniversary of the creation of the Workers\’ and Peasants\’ Red Army, the heart of Soviet communist officer Colonel Alexey Vladimirovich Puzitsky stopped beating.
In 1955, Alexey Puzitsky joined the ranks of the Armed Forces of the USSR and never changed his oath of allegiance to the Soviet people.
A graduate of the Zhukovsky Air Force Engineering Academy, A.V. Puzitsky served in operational work in the GRU of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the USSR. In 1964 he returned to the Academy and became an Engineer, Ph.D., scientist in the field of aircraft control systems and automated control systems of the Air Force. He is the author of three inventions and fifty scientific and educational works. His work was awarded three medals of the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the USSR. He was awarded a government award for the introduction of an automated control system for Long-Range Aviation. A teacher and mentor, he trained more than 50 certified engineers and officers of the leading engineering staff.
Aleksey Vladimirovich was a staunch and persistent Leninist communist until the last day of his life. He quickly understood the treacherous line of the \”perestroika,\” and participation in the communist opposition to the Russian bourgeois regimes was completely natural for him. In the bloody autumn days of 1993, retired colonel A.V. Puzitsky worked as an assistant to the chief of staff to Minister of Defense Colonel General V.A. Achalov, approved by the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, who rebelled against Yeltsin, and was in the White House when it was shot by tanks. He wrote about these days in his memoirs, and described them in a video interview.
Patriotism and internationalism, loyalty to the Leninist principles of construction and the life of the Communist Party did not allow him to put up with the pogrom organized in the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, of which he was a member since 1993. A.V. Puzitsky began to actively work in the United Communist Party (OKP). For many years he kept a video chronicle of OKP events in Moscow. He was elected a member of the Central Committee and Moscow Organizing Bureau of the OKP.
The passing of this multifaceted, talented, principled person is a great and irreplaceable loss.
Expressing our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Alexey Puztsky, we will forever keep a bright memory of him.
Presidium of the Central Committee of the United Communist Party
Moscow Organizing Bureau
Friends and associates
Translated by Greg Butterfield