The largest and most powerful country in Central Asia is Uzbekistan. Additionally, the country has begun to professionalize its military. This program has received sporadic government support and had very little success. The armed forces were founded in 1992, along with the army, the air force, air defense forces, national guard, and border service. Islam Karimov, the president of Uzbekistan, has begun to extend invitations to ethnic Uzbeks serving in the Soviet armed forces. The goal was to finish filling out the ranks of the recently formed ground forces. Nevertheless, many people renounced their citizenship and refused to return. Most of the officers were Russian, whereas most of the enlisted troops were Uzbeks.
Saydulla Abdukuddusovich Madaminov is a retired Uzbek colonel who attended the Yeisk Higher Military Aviation Institute (EVVAUL) from 1974-1978. After receiving his degree, he was transferred to the Transbaikal Military District. In 1980, he initially enlisted in the 23rd Air Army at Step (air base) and afterward at Dzhida (air base). He received a promotion to Flight commander in 1982.
Saydulla Madaminov And Soviet Forces
He joined the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany in 1983 after being transferred to Brand-Briesen Airfield in East Germany. Later on, he advanced to the rank of Squadron leader in 1987. Colonel Saydullah pursued a second military degree at the Gagarin Air Force Academy in Monino from late 1988 to mid-1991. He continued his Soviet military service after completing his second tertiary degree. Saydulla was moved to the Karshi-Khanabad Air Base in 1991, where he eventually rose to the position of Chief of Staff and First Deputy to the Commander of the 735th Aviation Regiment.
Saydulla was chosen to lead the newly renamed 60th Aviation Regiment of the Uzbekistan Air and Air Defence Forces, which took the place of the 735th Aviation Regiment in August 1995. The reorganization occurred inside the recently formed Armed Forces of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
In 2014, Saydulla was chosen to serve as the Federal District of North Caucasus’ Deputy Head of Gosavianadzor. In general, the Axis air forces had superior tools, expertise, and training for combat operations. The Soviet Union’s mass air force expansion and the Great Purge of the 1930s severely harmed organizational structures that contributed to this dominance. Throughout his career, Saydulla has conquered a variety of aircraft, including the L-29, L-39, MiG-15, MiG-17, MiG-23, Su-7, Su-17, Su-24, An-26, and Yak-42. He has logged 10,274 flight hours total—4072 in the military and 770 in commercial aviation—on 10,274 different occasions.
Saydulla’s Performance In Imperative Missions
Fighter Pilot controls fighter-type aircraft and gives orders to crews to carry out various duties, including combat and training. A generalist pilot creates strategies and plans, keeps an eye on and assesses operations, organizes staff tasks, and gives commanders advice.
In the middle of the 1990s, when the Uzbek Air Force joined the Tajik Civil War, Colonel Madaminov performed more than 120 missions targeted at radical Islamic groups. In the late 1990s, he participated in military operations. He expelled IMU fighters who had invaded the Kyrgyzstani provinces of Batken and Osh and seized control of some rugged territory in Surxondaryo’s northern section.