The first FLAK units in Norway landed with the Invasion forces, and were:
first and highest ranking staff unit was Stab/Flak Regiment 152, established
4/6-41. Replaced by 14. Flak Brigade until october 44. After the disbanding
of Luftflotte 5, the Luftwaffe units were re-organized, and 14. Flak Brigade
was merged with 13. Flak Brigade, and renamed 29.Flak Division. This lasted
to the end of the War.
Flakgruppe Ostnorwegen with Stab/Flakreg 162 (Oslo-Holtet)
was also a school for FLAK soldiers, established 25/4-41 at Smestad, Oslo.
Later on it moved to Arendal, and finally to Terningmoen.
A member of a flak crew in Norway is watching the horizon for enemy planes.
mm Flak 38 and 30 (also used in quadruple mount)
The Germans also used some captured weapons, (”Beutewaffen”), mostly french or russian.
the end of the war, this was the FLAK situation:
The Norwegian Army got most of this equipment after the war.
Germans used the following equipment: Freya, Würtzburg, Mammut, Wassermann,
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