Krementar Oleksiy Volodymyrovych was the assistant of the chief of intelligence of the reconnaissance department of the headquarters of the 95th separate aeromobile brigade of the Highly-formed Land Forces of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, captain.
He was born on 26 November, 1983 in Simferopol (now the Autonomous Republic of Crimea). After some time, the family moved to the city of Tsyurupinsk (from 2016 - Olehki) of the Kherson region. In October 1992, he and her mother moved to the city of Sevastopol. In 2001 he graduated the secondary school of Sevastopol.
Since 2001 he was in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In 2005 he graduated with honors the Aeromobile Faculty of the Odessa Institute of Land Forces. Since 2005 he has served in the 95th separate aeromobile brigade of the High-Military Allied Army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0281, city of Zhytomyr).
In 2009-2010 he participated in the UN peacekeeping mission in Kosovo.
From March, 2014, he carried a service in the Kherson region on the administrative border with the occupied Russian troops of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
Since April 2014, he participated in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On 19 June, 2014, a battalion tactical group of the 95th separate airmobile brigade during the stripping and blocking of militants from the urban settlement Yampil Krasnolymansky (from 2016 - Lyman district) of the Donetsk region. During the operation, a column of technology was fired from an anti-tank grenade launcher. As a result, Captain Krementar received fragile injuries incompatible with life.
On 23 June, 2014, he was buried in Smolyan military cemetery in the city of Zhytomyr.
He was awarded the Order of Bohdan Khmelnytsky III class (07/15/2014; posthumously), with medals.
The wife, the daughter and two sons from the first marriage are left.