Abramov Roman Viktorovych is a serviceman of the 30th Separate Guards Novograd-Volyn Rivne Mechanized Brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, a soldier.
He was born on August 16, 1986 in the village of Mali Gadomtsi, Berdychiv district, Zhytomyr region. He graduated from secondary school № 7 in Berdychiv, in 2006 - Berdychiv College of Industry, Economics and Law.
In the fall of 2006 he was called up for military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served in the 95th separate airmobile brigade of the Airmobile Troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (Zhytomyr). In 2007 he was released from the Armed Forces of Ukraine to reserve.
In March 2014, he was mobilized into the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served in the 30th separate Guards Novograd-Volyn Rivne mechanized brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0409, the city of Novograd-Volyn Zhytomyr region).
In the spring of 2014, he participated in the Anti-Terrorist Operation in eastern Ukraine.
On July 31, 2014, soldier Abramov was killed during a shelling of Ukrainian military positions near the Savur-Mohyla mound in the Shakhtarsk district of the Donetsk region.
He was buried on August 3, 2014 in the city cemetery of Berdychiv.
On August 22, 2014, in Berdychiv, a memorial plaque was established to him at the house (26 Chervona Street) where Roman Abramov lived.
On June 25, 2015, during the 66th session of the Berdychiv City Council, a decision was made to rename the 60th Anniversary of the USSR Street to Roman Abramov Street.
He was awarded the Order "For Courage" of the III degree (15.05.2015; posthumously).
The wife and two sons are left.