Monument to a dog nicknamed Ingus by border guard N. F. Karatsupa

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Nikita Fyodorovich Karatsupa (04/12/1910-18 11/11/1994 ) - Hero of the Soviet Union, Colonel of the Border Service, famous for his raids against border violators, during which he used well-trained dogs in the border troops since 1932Since the year 1933, he has been a guide and instructor for service dogs at border outposts. Starting service at the border in Primorye, he and his dog, named Ingus (the original My name is Hindu) became a real threat of enemies, detaining 467 violators, destroying 129 spies and saboteurs, with honor having left 120 fighting clashes. Karatsupa had five dogs at different times, and they all had one nickname. None of the Ingus was a purebred shepherd dog, and not one of them died his own death - everyone died from battle wounds, in battles with saboteurs.The monument to the dog Ingus is in Vladivostok at the Museum of Military Glory of the Pacific Border District.

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