Since 1938 in USSR and now in Russian Federation, an adjunct is a military officer who is preparing for scientific or pedagogical activity at higher military educational institution or research institution of the Russian Army or the Ministry of Internal Affairs. One of the goals of the adjunct program is to present a dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Science (analog of PhD in Europe/USA). Adjunct courses are the military equivalent of postgraduate studies.
For Oleg Belakovsky, the war ended on May 12, 1945 in Czechoslovakia. In 1951, after completing advanced training courses at the Military Faculty of the Central Institute for Advanced Medical Training, he was appointed a doctor of the Air Force football and hockey team. Since 1954, he served in CSKA as a doctor of the football team, Head of the Medical and Sports Dispensary, Deputy Head of CSKA Medical Support.
Ледовый Дворец Спорта ЦСКА 19 декабря 1996 года. Торжественное награждение золотым шлемом за выдающийся вклад в развитие отечественного хоккея.