Date of Birth 11.18.1992

Head injures result from being thrown by the blast wind

  • Head—traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Skull fractures
  • Concussion
  • Coma
  • Loss of vision
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Our warrior Petik was born in Artashat, a province of Ararat in Armenia. Upon graduating Artashat’s Hovhannes Tumanyan School in 2009, he was accepted into Vazgen Sargsyan Razmakan Insitute in Yerevan, Armenia. After concluding his studies, Aramyan was nominated and appointed as a Lieutenant, where he began serving in Kalbajar until 2017.

Following his deployment, Aramyan joined the Armed Forces of Armenia’s School of Non-Commissioned Officers, where he continued serving for his motherland until October of 2020.

In 2020, Aramyan joined the war effort in Artsakh where he fought and protected the regions of Kalbajar, Jabrayil, Hadrut and Lachin. Unfortunately, on October 25th, Aramyan sustained severe head and bodily injuries after exposure to heavy shelling and blast forces in Lachin.
Aramyan was in a coma following his injuries and has undergone multiple surgeries. He is still undergoing treatment and is scheduled for more surgeries in Yerevan. Dear Petik, we thank you and appreciate the sacrifices you have made to protect our country and we are wishing you a complete recovery. The Armed Forces fo Armenia ranked Petik Aramyan of Capitan in Commision Officer.

Dear Petik, we thank you and appreciate the sacrifices you have make to protect our country, and wishing you complete recovery.

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