767th Missile Regiment
767-й ракетный полк
Military Unit: 05205, from 1969: 21424
Activated 31.3.64 in Nizhniy Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast, from the 93rd independent Missile Battalion, under the 42nd Missile Division.
The regiment controlled site BSP-3 with 2 R-16 (SS-7) pads - alert duty from 10.1.62.
The regiment stood down in 1969 (BSP-3 site to 617th Missile Regiment), and was transferred to Dombarovskiy, Orenburg Oblast, attached to the 13th Missile Division.
The regiment went on alert duty 29.1.71 with 6 R-36 (8K67) (SS-9) missiles in area BRK-10.
The regiment stood down in 1979, and began conversion to the R-36MUTTKh (SS-18 missile) - alert duty from 31.10.80.
The regiment stood down in 1990, and began conversion to the R-36M2 - alert duty from 4.2.92.
US designation 1964-1969: Verkhnyaya Salda ICBM Complex (Launch Site C, later Launch Site 3). Type IIA pads.
Verkhnyaya Salda Launch Site 3 (BSP-3) (58 09 45N, 60 27 44E):
US designation: 1971 - 1980 Dombarovskiy ICBM Complex - Launch Group
J (Six Type IIIC silos):
US designation: 1980 - today Dombarovskiy ICBM Complex - Launch Group J (Six Type IIIF and one Type IIIX silos):