Lushchyk Viktor Fedorovych was the grenade launcher of the 4th mechanized company of the 2nd mechanized battalion of the 24th individual mechanized Samara-Ulyanovsk Berdichev Iron Order of the October Revolution, three times the Order of the Red Banner, the orders of Suvorov and Bogdan Khmelnytsky Brigade named after Prince Danylo Halychskiy Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, junior sergeant
He was born on 26 March, 1979 in the city Lviv. He studied at the comprehensive school № 75 named after Lesya Ukrainka in the city Lviv.
He passed the regular military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
In the spring of 2014 he was mobilized into the Armed forces of Ukraine. He served in the 24th separate mechanized Samara-Ulyanovsk Berdichev Iron Order of the October Revolution, three times the Order of the Red Banner, the orders of Suvorov and Bogdan Khmelnytsky Brigade on behalf of Prince Danylo Halytsky Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0998, Yavoriv, Lviv region).
Since the summer of 2014, he participated in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On 11 July, 2014, near the village Zelenopillya, Sverdlovsk (from 2016 - Dovzhansky) district, Luhansk region, Russian-terrorist groups fired a base camp of Ukrainian military from the rocket launchers BM-21 "Grad" at around 4:30 am. As a result of the bombing, six servicemen of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, 9 servicemen of the 79th separate air brigade and 19 military personnel of the 24th separate mechanized brigade, including Viktor Lushchyk, died.
On 18 July, 2014, he was buried in the Honorable burial ground # 76 of Lychakiv cemetery in the city Lviv.
He was awarded the Order "For Courage" of the third class (14.03.2015; posthumously).
On 26 May, 2016, in Lviv, on the facade of the building of the specialized comprehensive school № 75 named after Lesya Ukraynka (7 Karadzic Street, 7 ), where Victor Lushchyk studied, the memorial plaque was established.
The wife and the son are left.