Our today’s hero of “The Heroes” program is Sergey. Sergey took the Ural loaded with ammunition and drove it under fire from a distance of 700 meters, not listening to the urgings of either the Commander or his friends. He came back with a laugh typical to him.
Being the real son of the land, water, and forests of native Tavush, Sergey Petrosyan went to the front with happiness. He forbade his friends to protest or get sad.
Sergey Petrosyan was born in 2001 in Ijevan. He studied at Getahovit Secondary School. After graduating from school, he got admitted to a college. Then, leaving his education halfway, he was drafted into the army. He served in the “Martuni-2” military unit.
Sergey had two sisters and was the only son of the family. His family members and friends remember him as cheerful, playful, and hardworking.
He was in the front from the first day. He last talked to his family on October 22 and gave hope that everything would be fine. Sergey and his friends took one position in Varanda. Sergey also saved the life of his comrade-in-arms. Sergey fought in the five hottest spots. On October 23, he died in the battles for Varanda.
He was posthumously awarded a medal for courage.