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Dmitriy Yurievich KONDRATIEV

Colonel of RF Air Force,
1st Class Military Pilot,
Cosmonaut, Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, Russia

May 25, 1969, Irkutsk, RSFSR (Russia).
Farther - Kondratiev, Yuri Semenovich, b. 1945.
Mother - Kondratieva (Zaozernova), Valentina Dmitrievna, b. 1946.

In 1990, graduated from A.F. Myasnikov High Military Air School, Kachino, with diploma of pilot-engineer.
In 2000, after completing a course of study at Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Information Science, he became a qualified economist.

Son: Vladislav, born 2005.
Son : Vyacheslav, born 2009.

HOBBY: computers, sports.

In 1990, upon graduation from the High Military Air School, he was placed under the orders of the Air Force Commander of the Privolzhsk-Urals district. Since December 1990 he was a pilot-student at V.P.Chkalov Aviation Training Center, Borisoglebsk.
Since October 1991 he was under command of the Commander of the 1st Air Force.
Since January 1992 he is a senior pilot (on Mig-29 aircraft) of a separate reconnaissance aviation regiment, Orlovka, Amur region.
Since 1992 he is under command of the Commander of the 76th Air Force.
Since 1993 he is pilot, and since February 1994 he is a senior pilot of 159th Air Fighter Guards Regiment, Petrozavodsk.
In July 1997, on a decision of the State Interagency Commission, he was recommended for enrolment in the air force cosmonaut corps of the Cosmonaut Training Center.
In December 1997, by order of the RF Ministry of Defense he was enrolled as a candidate test cosmonaut in the cosmonaut corps of the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.
Since December 1999 he is a test cosmonaut.
Since January 1998 through November 1999 he completed a course of basic cosmonaut training.
On December 1, 1999, by a decision of the Interagency Qualification Commission he was given the qualification of Test Cosmonaut.
Since January 2000 he has been training within the ISS program team.
Since March 2001 he passed a full course of training for a space flight as the ISS pilot/flight engineer and the Soyuz- TSC commander of the backup crew of Expedition 5 to the ISS (ISS-5d).
In late 2003 he was assigned to the backup crew of Expedition 13 to the ISS (ISS-13d) as the ISS pilot/flight engineer. In early 2004 he was transferred to the prime crew of Expedition 13, together with Pavel Vinogradov and Daniel Tani (USA). He passed a full course of training for a space flight. However, because of the fact that recommencement of the U.S. shuttle flights was again postponed, in autumn 2005 he was removed from the crew and placed in reserve.
In May 2006 Kondratiev was sent on a mission to Lyndon Johnson Space Center (USA) as the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center representative.
On December 16, 2006 by Order of the Minister of Defence he was assigned as the CTC cosmonaut team commander.
In August 2007 he was preliminarily assigned to the backup crew of Expedition 20 to the ISS (ISS-20, up to July 2008 it was designated as ISS-19V). On February 12, 2008 NASA officially declared on his assignment to the backup crew.
In July 2008 there was a message about his assignment to the prime crew of Expedition 25 to the ISS (ISS-25, up to July 2008 it was designated as ISS-22). On September 21, 2008 his assignment was confirmed in the plan of flights to the ISS, that was published by Roscosmos press-service. On November 21, 2008 his assignment was officially confirmed by NASA (press-release 08-306) when declaring the ISS-20 - ISS-26 crewmembers.
In April 2009 it was reported that he was removed from the ISS-25/26 crew and assigned to the ISS-24/25 backup crew.
In May 2009 it was reported about his possible assignment to the ISS-26/27 prime crew.
On October 7, 2009 his assignment was confirmed by NASA (press-release 09-233).
At the meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission for selection of cosmonauts and their assignment to the crews of the manned vehicles and stations on April 26, 2010 he was qualified as Yu.A. Gagarin CTC detachment cosmonaut.
On May 25-26, 2010 at the Cosmonaut Training Center Kodratiev together with Catherine Coleman and Paolo Nespoli passed the preflight examinations with marks "5" and "4.8".
On June 14, 2010 by decision of the State Committee he was approved as the Soyuz TMA-19 backup crew commander.
At the Soyuz TMA-19 TV launch on June 16, 2010 Kodratiev was the vehicle commander backup.

December 2010.
By the data submitted by Yu.A. Gagarin CTC
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