Hnatush Vladimir Yuriyovych was the officer of service of howitzer artillery platoon 3rd howitzer artillery battery howitzer artillery battalion of 79th separate airborne brigade of highly mobile airborne troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, soldier.
He was born on September 22, 1990 in the village of Kuibyshev, Zaporozhye region. In 2006 he graduated 9 classes of specialized secondary school "Intellect" urban villages Kuibyshev, 2009 - Kuibyshev agricultural professional lyceum.
In 2010, he was drafted for military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served in the 50th Guards air defense missile regiment Sevastopol, Feodosia Air Force of Ukraine (military unit A4489 Town Feodosia Autonomous Republic of Crimea). In 2011 he was dismissed from the Armed Forces of Ukraine in reserve.
After serving some time he worked on the production association "Motor Sich" city of Zaporozhye.
On March 25, 2014 he was mobilized to Shevchenko district military commissariat Zaporizhzhya city to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served in the 79th separate airborne brigade of highly mobile airborne troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0224, Mykolaiv city).
In the spring of 2014 he took part in anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On July 11, 2014 near the village Zelenopillya Sverdlovsk district, Luhansk region around 4:30 am n-terrorist groups fired from the MLRS "Grad" to the checkpoint of Ukrainian military shelling 19 soldiers of Iron 24th separate mechanized brigade and 9 soldiers 79th separate airborne brigade were killed, among them Vladimir Hnatusha was . Only 4 weeks after the attack, the body of Vladimir was identified through DNA examination.
On August 7, 2014 he was buried at the Central Cemetery of Kuibyshev.
He was awarded the Order "For courage” III degree (08/09/2014, posthumously).
His father and three sisters remain.