17th Army Corps
17-й армейский корпус
Military Unit: 54220
Major-General Grigoriy Andreevich Belov, 16.9.49 - 23.7.54
Major-General Nikolay Petrovich Chunikhin, 23.7.54 - 6.55
Major-General Sergey Nikolaevich Kuznetsov, 6.55 - 25.9.58
Major-General Anatoliy Demidovich Andrushchenko, 26.9.58 - 24.2.61
Major-General Egor Ivanovich Kruglov, 25.2.61 - 3.12.64
Lieutenant-General Nikolay Kyzmich Silchenko, 4.12.64 - 28.7.67
Lieutenant-General Sergey Mikhaylovich Borisov, 29.7.67 - 6.12.71
Lieutenant-General Vladimir Yakovlevich Myakushko, 6.12.71 - 5.75
no data, 5.75 - 12.82
Major-General Fyodor Mikhaylovich Kyzmin, 12.82 - 9.84
Major-General Ivan Vasilevich Bizhan, 11.84 - 6.87
no data, 6.87 - 1988
Major-General Viktor Gerasimovich Kazantsev, 1988 - 1990
no data, 1990 - 6.92
Activated 16.9.49 in Samarkand, Samarkand Oblast, as the 17th
203rd Rifle Division (Semipalatinsk, Semipalatinsk Oblast)
360th Rifle Division (Termez, Surkhandar'inskaya Oblast)
16th Guards Mechanised Division (Samarkand, Samarkand Oblast)
In 4.55 the 203rd and 360th Rifle Divisions were renamed 30th and 55th Rifle
25.6.57 renamed 17th Army Corps:
In 1958 the 90th Guards Motorised Rifle Division
was transferred to district control.
11.1.65 the 102nd Motorised Rifle Division was renamed
203rd Motorised Rifle Division.
In 1.80 the 201st Motorised Rifle Division
and the 860th independent Motorised Rifle Regiment departed for Afghanistan -
replaced by the 134th Motorised Rifle Division
and the 32nd independent Motorised Rifle Regiment.
In 6.81 the 32nd independent Motorised Rifle Regiment was renamed
68th independent Motorised Rifle Brigade.
6.92 taken over by Kirgizistan.
Samarkand, Samarkand Oblast, 9.49 - 1968
Frunze, Frunze Oblast, 1968 - 6.92