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Formed in January 1944. In 6.44 renamed Fallschirm-Flak-Regiment 11.From late 1944 the batallions operated independently. The Stab was at Rosenheim(Luftgau VII) in November 1944, and in 1945 moved to Stettin (I. Flakkorps).In 1945 the I. Abt. was in the Middle Reine area (Luftgau XIV), the II.Abt was attached to the 5th Panzer Army, and the III. Abt was in the UpperReine area (Luftgau V), but would later move to Berlin, to support the 9.Fallschirm-Jäger-Division. On 28.3.45 renamedFallschirm-Flak-Regiment 111.
One source claims that the regiment was disbanded in 1945, I. Abt. becomingII./Flak-Regiment 16, II. Abt. becoming Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 11 andIII. Abt. becoming Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 12. This is however uncertain.Only Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 11 was now attached to I.Fallschirm-Korps.
Formed in January 1944. In June 1944 renamed Fallschirm-Flak-Regiment12. The battalions fought individually in 1945. The Stab had moved to theEastern front in 1945, to control various flak units under II. Flakkorps.In April 1945, the Stab was attached to the 15th Flak-Brigade at Templin,while the I. and II. Abteilungen were in Luftgau VI on the lower Reine,and III. Abteilung in the Middle Reine area (Luftgau XIV). The III. Abteilungwas renamed Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 9 on 17.3.45. Theregiment became Fallschirm-Flak-Regiment 121 on 28.3.45.
One source claims that the regiment was disbanded in 1945, I. Abt. becoming Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 3, II. Abt. becoming Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung6 and III. Abt. becoming Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 5.This is however uncertain. Only Fallschirm-Flak-Abteilung 12 (ex. III./Fallschirm-Flak-Regiment11) was now attached to II.Fallschirm-Korps.
Planned formation in 12.44 was cancelled. Was to have consisted of 2battalions with each 3 heavy and 2 light batteries, for service under 9.Fallschirm-Jäger-Division.