The 262nd corps artillery regiment is a military unit of the USSR Armed Forces in the Great Patriotic War .
|262nd corps artillery regiment|
|Type of army:||artillery|
|Dissolution (transformation):||July 6, 1941|
It was formed near Belsk from the beginning of 1941 in a three-division structure, in each division there were 8 guns with a caliber of 152 and 122 millimeters  .
Before the war, the regiment was stationed in Tykocin , part of the 1st Rifle Corps . By June 22, 1941 he was at training camp in Chervon Bor (artillery range southeast of Lomza )
As part of the army from June 22, 1941 to July 6, 1941.
On June 22, 1941, the regiment was alerted and marched to the border. Due to the lack of traction, he was forced to leave 12 guns in the camp.  . Arrived on the outskirts of Lomzhi, took a position. He entered the battle in the early morning of the next day, supporting the 331rd Rifle Regiment in his battle for Kolno . It fires direct fire at enemy columns moving from the border to Lomza. In the afternoon of June 23, 1941, he took off his position, and bypassing Lomzhu, proceeded to the east, falling under air raids.
During the retreat, he lost the material part. The regiment’s personnel partly died or was captured surrounded, partly replenished partisan detachments.
On July 6, 1941, the regiment was disbanded.
|06/22/1941||Western front||10th Army||1st Rifle Corps||-||-|
|07/01/1941||Western front||-||1st Rifle Corps||-||-|
- Major I.K. Groznikov (went missing in June 1941)
- ↑ Haesh1
- ↑ 1941. Missed shot. Why the Red Army was taken by surprise Ruslan Irinarkhov FB2 Archived on March 24, 2014.