A photo of participants in the return of the Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God, which commenced in 1995, and for which the blessing of the Patriarch of All Russia, Alexy II, was received.

In 1991, I graduated from the A. Kuznetsov Naval Academy, specialising in Command and staffing, operations and tactics, and was appointed to be in charge of the Baltic group of the State Standing Commission for acceptance of ships for the navy.

In September 1991, I took an active part in the political events of the city of Leningrad, and in December of that year was appointed deputy representative of the President of the RSFSR in Leningrad and the Leningrad Region. In February 1992, I was transferred to the Navy's reserve for organizational and staffing measures. I am a veteran of the ‘cold war’ at sea, and a veteran of military service.

I am a State Councillor of the Russian Federation, Third Class.

In our "family of generals" there was a tradition; men should serve as officers in one of the branches of the land-based armed forces.

In 1986, I chose to break this tradition, and instead of the College of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, I enrolled in the first year course of the anti-submarine faculty of the M.V. Frunze Higher Naval School in Leningrad.

In 1974, after graduating from the M.V. Frunze naval college, specializing in anti-submarine weapons, I was assigned for service to the Red Banner Northern Fleet (4th submarine squadron, at the city of Polyarny).

From August 1974 to October 1978 I served in the positions of commander of a torpedo group, commander of a mine-torpedo combat unit, assistant commander, and senior assistant commander of a large diesel submarine.

From October 1978 to October 1979, I attended the navy’s No. 6 senior specialist officer classes.

From October 1979 to August 1985 I was assistant commander, then senior assistant commander of a cruiser class nuclear submarine (Western Facing).

From August 1985 to September 1988, I commanded the cruiser class nuclear submarine K-369 of the 11th nuclear submarine flotilla of the Northern Fleet (at the port of Gremikha).

In September 1988 I enrolled in the A. Kuznetsov Naval Academy, graduating in June 1991 with a specialisation in Command and staffing, operations and tactics.

From June 1991 to November 1991 I was a representative of the State Naval Inspectorate in the city of Leningrad.

Each person is free to talk about himself, to the extent that he considers necessary.

When talking about everything that I consider necessary, I always remember that five “things” in life can be lost only once: trust, honour, virginity, life and mother.

Everything else, including love, self-confidence, optimism, fame and friends – can be re-acquired again!

When a question arises regarding my attitude to the church and understanding of faith, I always adhere to the statement on this issue by S. Kapitsa – "Do you know what my main divergence of view with the Church is? I say, that it’s humankind who conceived God, but they say the opposite".

Fedor Dmitrievich Shkrudnev was born on 21 January 1951 in Moscow.

In 1958 he was enrolled at No. 69 High School in Moscow, from which he graduated in 1968.

In 1968 he commenced studies at the M.V. Frunze Higher Naval School and graduated in 1974, specialising in anti-submarine weapon systems. He was assigned for service in the Red Banner Northern Fleet (4th submarine squadron, basedat the city of Polyarny).

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From August 1974 to October 1978 he served in the following positions: commander of a torpedo unit, commander of a mine-torpedo combat unit, assistant commander, and senior assistant commander of a large diesel submarine.

From October 1978 to October 1979 he studied in the navy’s ‘No.6 highest specialist officer’ classes, for qualification as a submarine commander.

From October 1979 to August 1985 he was assistant commander, then senior assistant commander of a cruiser-class nuclear submarine, then from August 1985 to September 1988, commander of the cruiser-class nuclear submarine K-369 of the 11th flotilla of nuclear submarines of the Northern Fleet (based at the port of Gremikha).
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In September 1988, he enrolled at the A. Kuznetsov Naval Academy, and graduated in June 1991, majoring in “Command and staffing, operations and tactics”.

From June 1991 to November 1991 he served in Leningrad as a representative of the State Naval Inspectorate.

In November 1991, he was demobilized from the serving ranks of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (RSFSR) in connection with a transfer to work in the Administration of the President of the RSFSR (Reserve Captain 1st Level Rank).

He was awarded the Order "For Service to the Motherland, 3rdLevel", and medals "For Impeccable Service; 1st, 2nd and 3rd Levels."

In November 1991, he was appointed Deputy Representative of the President of the RSFSR in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region.

PPP 1In May 1993, by decree of the President of the Russian Federation, he was appointed plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Leningrad Region.

For active participation in the election campaign of the President of the Russian Federation, he received the gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation. He was awarded the Order of Friendship by Presidential Decree No. 843 of 7 August 1997. In March 1998 he was awarded the International Order of "St. Constantine the Great."

Since 1994, he has been a Member of the Military Council of the North-Western Border District.

In July 1994 he graduated from the St. Petersburg Engineering Academy (external studies).

He is a Full Member of the St. Petersburg Engineering Academy.

In May 1997, he graduated from the Russian Academy of Public Administration with a degree in “State and Municipal Administration”.

By Presidential Decree No. 287 of 3 April 1997, he was awardedthe qualification, “State Councillor of the Russian Federation, 3rdClass”.

Since May 1996, he has coordinated the activities of the North-West Region plenipotentiary representatives of the President of the Russian Federation. He has participated in the election campaigns of all governors of the North-West region. He directed the activities of the Public Representative Chamber of the Leningrad Region, which includes all socio-political parties and movements. The Public Representative Chamber supported and provided 37 of the 50 representatives (‘deputies’) in the recent elections to the Legislative Assembly of the Leningrad Region.

akvariumHe participated in the election of the Governor of the Leningrad region in September 1999.

In February 1999 he founded and then became the leader of the socio-political movement "New Union". In March 1999, he met with the President of the Republic of Belarus, A.G. Lukashenko,and received public support for the “New Union” movement to unite the Republic of Belarus and Russia into a Union State

In March 1999, he was relieved of his post of plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Leningrad Region in connection with his transfer to another job. He is currently in the reserve of the Presidential Administration.

In June 2002, he created the NP RUSSIAN SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SOCIETY, which deals with issues of Russian breakthrough technologies. He is currently Chairman of the Presidium of the Society.

 

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Благодарю за искренность Ваших поздравлений! Несомненно, это и есть оценка моего труда. Ну а насчет долголетия — этого хотелось бы… Хотелось бы для того, чтобы УСПЕТЬ СДЕЛАТЬ И СОЗДАТЬ то, что намечено и то, что необходимо, прежде всего, для людей, НЕ ПО СВОЕЙ ВОЛЕ оказавшихся в этом сложнейшем для всех времени и стремящихся стать Человеками.

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Дорогие Друзья и Единомышленники! 

Написали поздравление с Б. Маковым и, надеюсь, оно для ВАС понятно. Но решил всё же сказать и от себя. 

Поздравляю ВАС с Новым наступающим 2020 годом и с 7528 годом, в нашем истинном исчислении, который уже с осени шагает по нашей Земле. 

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