12th Army Corps
12-й армейский корпус
Military Unit: 20650
Activated 13.10.42 as the 12th Rifle Corps.
296th Rifle Division (Poti, Georgian SSSR)
406th Rifle Division (Sukhumi, Abkhazskaya ASSR)
In 6.46 both divisions were disbanded, and was replaced by two independent Rifle Brigades.
3rd independent Guards Rifle Brigade (Ordzhonikidze, Severo-Osetinskaya ASSR)
11th independent Rifle Brigade (Groznyy, Checheno-Ingushskaya ASSR)
1.7.49 the 11th independent Rifle Brigade was renamed 19th Mountain Rifle Division.
23.7.49 the 3rd independent Guards Rifle Brigade was renamed 24th Guards Mountain Rifle Division.
28.7.49 to 9.54 known as the 12th Mountain Rifle Corps.
24th Guards Mountain Rifle Division (Ordzhonikidze, Severo-Osetinskaya ASSR)
19th Mountain Rifle Division (Groznyy, Checheno-Ingushskaya ASSR)
In 9.54 both mountain rifle divisions became regular rifle divisions.
15.5.57 the 19th Rifle Division was renamed 92nd Motorised Rifle Division.
10.6.57 renamed 12th Army Corps - while the 24th Guards Mountain Rifle Division was renamed 42nd Guards Motorised Rifle Division.
In 10.60 the 42nd Guards Motorised Rifle Division became a training division, and was transferred to district control.
In 7.69 transferred to Krasnodar, to replace the 29th Army Corps, which had moved to the Far East.
In 1.72 the 62nd Motorised Rifle Division was activated in Maykop, but was transferred to Itatka, Tomsk Oblast, four months later.
In 1978 the 113th Motorised Rifle Division (mobilisation) was activated.
In 1987 the 113th Motorised Rifle Division (mobilisation) was disbanded.
In 5.92 renamed 49th Combined Arms Army.
1.10.94 renamed 67th Army Corps.