Abramovich Artem Vladimirovich was the commander of a tank platoon of the 3rd Tank Battalion tank company 30th separate Guards Novograd Volyn, Rivne mechanized brigade of the Army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Lieutenant.
He was born on April 21, 1990 in Zhytomyr. In 2004 he graduated the 8 classes of secondary school №24 of Zhitomir (now - Ecological Lyceum №24), in 2007 - the secondary school №14 of Zhitomir.
Since 2007, he was in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In 2011 he graduated the Hetman Sahaidachny Army Academy (city of Lviv).
Since 2011 he served in the 30th Separate Guards Novograd Volyn Rivne Mechanized Brigade Army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0409, Novograd Volyn, Zhytomyr region).
Since the summer of 2014 he took part in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On August 12, 2014 Lieutenant Abramovich was killed in battle near the village of urban Nikiforov Snizhnyans‘ka city council of Donetsk region. Tank T-64, commanded by Lieutenant Abramovich, covering the retreat of wounded military checkpoint, entered into an unequal battle with Russian tanks. During the battle, the tank lieutenant Abramovich made the ram of the Russian T-72 tanks, which moved to it at breakneck speed. As a result of the collision detonator ammunition Ukrainian dance crew who, since then, was considered missing. Only 9 months after the battle, Artem Abramovich remains were identified through DNA examination.
On May 23, 2015 he was buried in a military cemetery in Zhytomyr.
On September 14, 2015 in Zhytomyr on the facade of the building ecological lyceum №24 (street Shevchenko, 105B), where Artem Abramovich studied, the memorial plaque was established.
He was awarded the Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky III degree (13.8.2015, posthumous) award "People‘s Hero of Ukraine" (07.15.2015, posthumously).
The parents, the wife and the daughter remain.