…as a regular fast food chain worker. He cleans tables and serves customers and generally is fond of his job. “I like my job, it’s much better than to work in security or some other dull business. Here I can see different people, talk to youngsters and teach them life”. His ex colleagues find his choice pretty decent and don’t condemn him for working in the fast food chain, as they say “the real Soviet or Russian officer should be able to do any job without a regret or despair, this what we’ve been told”.
In 1972 Mr. Loginov has graduated from a pilot’s academy and was deployed as a military pilot at the one of the most top secret air force units with the long range strategic bombers that patrolled the borders of the Soviet Union and often carried nuclear powered missiles on board.
When applying to a fast food chain, ex officer was told that the main quality his new employer was seeking from the applicants were the quickness and high diligence. They told him the time he served a customer shouldn’t exceed one minute at maximum, but as a retired officer he hasn’t think this was something impossible for him to do, so he was hired in.