664th Guards Kremenchugsko-Aleksandriskiy order of Lenin Red Banner orders of Kutuzov and Bogdan Khmelnitskiy Missile Regiment

664 гвардейский ракетный Кременчугско-Александрийский ордена Ленина Краснознаменный орденав Кутузова и Богдано Хмельницкого полк

Military Unit: 34085

Activated 27.7.60 in Akhtyrka, Sumy Oblast, from the 1213th Anti-Tank Artillery Regiment, under the 200th Missile Brigade, from 5.61 the 43rd Guards Missile Division.

Awards and honours from the 308th Guards Missile Mortar Regiment.


1.7.62 renamed 546th Missile Regiment for operations in Cuba (Operation Anadyr).

On September 1st, 1962, the regiment stood down, and was relocated to Cuba (Operation Anadyr), and took over the San Cristobál III and IV sites in Cuba, under the 51st Missile Division. The first battalion went on alert duty 27.10.62, and the second battalion on 25.10.62.

Reformed 10.10.62 in Akhtyrka, Sumy Oblast, from the 704th Guards Missile Regiment (18th Guards Missile Division).

4.1.63 absorbed the 546th Missile Regiment (the old 664th Missile Regiment).

The battalions stood down in 1982.

The regiment went on alert duty in 1984 with 9 RSD-10 Pioner-UTTKh (15P653) (SS-20) missiles.

The regiment stood down 1990, and was disbanded 1992.

US designation 1960-1982: Akhtyrka MRBM complex (Akhtyrka launch sites 1 - 2). Type II (pad) sites.

Akhtyrka launch site 1 with 4 R-12 pads (50 16 00N, 34 49 59E):

Akhtyrka launch site 2 with 4 R-12 pads (50 21 57N, 34 57 00E):

One alternative fixed field site for the pad launchers, were set up at Akhtyrka (50 19 38N, 34 51 37E).

Akhtyrka Mobile IRBM Base 2 (1984-1990 RSD-10 missiles) (50 21 57N, 34 57 00E):

San Cristobál III launch site (Cuba, 1962) (22 46 05N, 83 00 43W):

No drawing.

San Cristobál IV launch site (Cuba, 1962) (22 47 45N, 82 58 40W):

No drawing.