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Фильм рассказывает о советском летчике-истребителе, трижды Герое Советского Союза, маршале авиации А. И. Покрышкине и его однополчанах.
Александр Покрышкин был и остается одним из символов советской авиации времен Второй мировой войны, примером храбрости, преданности своему делу, небу и самолетам. За годы Второй мировой войны Александр Покрышкин совершил свыше 600 вылетов, провел 156 воздушных боев, сбил 59 самолетов противника...
Жанр: документальный фильм
Год выпуска: 1985
Производство: ТО "Экран"
Режиссер: Дмитрий Демин
Автор сценария: Марк Вознесенский
Оператор: Игорь Мордмиллович
Звукооператор: Валентин Павлов
Alexander Ivanovich Pokryshkin (Russian: Александр Иванович Покрышкин; born on 6 March 1913 – died on 13 November 1985) was a Marshal of the Soviet Air Force. He was made a Hero of the Soviet Union on three separate occasions (24 May 1943, 24 August 1943, and 19 August 1944).
Pokryshkin was, in addition to his three Hero of the Soviet Union golden stars, awarded four Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, four Orders of the Red Banner, two Orders of Suvorov (2nd class), two Orders of the Red Star, a number of other medals, and foreign orders, such as the US Army Distinguished Service Medal which he is seen wearing below his other medals in some photographs.
Pokryshkin was the great tactician of the Soviet Air Force during the Second World War. He almost single handedly fought to change the obsolete Soviet tactics that were in place in 1941 when the war started. Going against the totalitarian establishment and openly defying the totalitarianism-approved combat doctrine almost cost him his career and possibly his life. After openly criticising the official tactics that led to huge losses and teaching his fellow pilots new tactics he invented himself, he was grounded and scheduled to be court martialed. However the word of his inventions reached some superiors in Moscow, and instead of a court martial Pokryshkin was awarded and promoted. By the end of the war, his writings had been published and distributed to all Soviet pilots, and he toured fighter regiments extensively lecturing young pilots on his techniques.