Pyschyk Roman Viktorovichwas the commander of the fighting vehicle of 9th Battery reactive 3rd reactive artillery battalion 27th artillery regiment jet Army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, soldier.
He was born on March 9, 1980 in Romny Sumy region. He graduated 9 classes of secondary school №11 city of Romney. He graduated with honors the Higher professional school № 14 cities Romney (2007 - DPTNZ "Romny higher vocational school"). He studied at Konotop industrial-pedagogical technical school Konotop (2004 - Industrial-Pedagogical College Konotop Institute of Sumy State University).
He passed the military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
He worked as an operator at “Talanprom" Romney city.
On March 2014 he was mobilized into the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served in the 9th reactive Battery 3rd reactive artillery battalion 27th artillery regiment jet Land Forces of Ukraine (2015 - 27th artillery brigade, military unit A1476, and the city of Sumy).
Since the summer of 2014 he took part in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On September 3, 2014 near the village of Pobeda Novoaydarsky district, Luhansk region from Russian Federation it was fired from the MLRS "Smerch" to the base camp of 27th reactive artillery regiment. The shelling killed 15 soldiers, among them Roman Ploschyk was.
On September 9, 2014 he was buried at the central cemetery of the town Romney.
In May 8, 2015 in the city of Romney in front of the building of secondary school №11 (Gorky Street, 121), where Roman Ploschyk studied, the memorial plaque was established.
He was awarded the Order "For courage" of III degree (23.5.2015, posthumously).
The wife, the son and the daughter remain.