About it in TCC reported November 19.
It is noted that Marceniuk is a native of the Vinnytsia region, who graduated from the Sumy Military Institute of Missile Forces and Artillery in 2004. According to the TCC, the soldier “went from a platoon commander to a brigade commander.”
“Since 2014, he has been performing combat missions in the ATO/OOS area, where he was wounded. After rehabilitation, he returned to performing combat missions, persistently destroying the enemy. With the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, he headed the 26th Artillery Brigade named after Corporal General Roman Dashkevich of the operational command “North,” the message says.
It is noted that under the leadership of Colonel Martsenyuk, the brigade was one of the first among the artillery brigades to be awarded the honorary award “For Courage and Courage”.
“The years of service to the Ukrainian people in front-line positions did not pass without a trace. Due to the aggravation of combat wounds, Colonel Serhii Martsenyuk needed to repurpose his daily activities. A wise, experienced officer who is ready to continue his service, has flair and a desire to be involved in the general cause of victory, is well understood on the needs of the army, he was appointed the head of the TCC and SP of the Vinnytsia region,” the TCC added.
- On Friday, August 11, the President of Ukraine held a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council: following the results, Zelensky announced the dismissal of all regional military committees and the appointment of officers who had served at the front.