Momot Vladimir Mykolayovych was the senior radioman air transport aviation squadron Squadron "Blue watches" 15th Brigade transport aircraft of the Air Forces of Ukraine, Ensign.
He was born on July 21, 1974 in the city of Boryspil, Kyiv region.
Since 2012 he held a senior radio operator for the air transport aviation squadron Squadron "Blue watches" 15th Brigade transport aircraft of the Air Force of Ukraine (military unit A2215, city Boryspil, Kyiv region).
In the spring of 2014 he took part in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On June 6, 2014 reconnaissance aircraft AN-30B, which belonged to the crew Ensign Momot, photographing area of the city Slavyansk Donetsk region. The crew consisted of seven people. At 17:04 at an altitude of 4050 meters, which is considered to be safe, summed aircraft missile, released separatists of portable antiaircraft-missile complex. Strike missiles hit the right engine. He struck through, the fire started. With the fire engine turned over on the right wing. AN-30B began to lose altitude rapidly. By the fall it remained a matter of seconds. The commander ordered the team to leave the plane, and he took it from neighborhoods Slaviansk and fell to the north of the city at an angle of 80 degrees. Senior air operator Ensign Vladimir Nikolaevich Momot died. Only three members of the crew were able to escape by jumping with parachutes.
On June 10, 2014 he was buried in the territory Knyshov in the memorial park complex of Boryspil.
He was awarded the Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky III degree (20.6.2014, posthumously).
Departmental awards of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine:
- Medal "15 years of the Armed Forces of Ukraine";
- Medal "For honest service" second degree.
- The wife, son and two daughters remain.