|active||April 1, 1944 to May 1945|
|Branch of service||Flak|
|Butcher||Defense of the empire|
The area of responsibility was air defense in northern Italy with a special focus on the regions of Milan and Brescia . In December 1944, the division's headquarters were moved from Milan to Brescia. With this the area of the division was shifted to the area Brescia- Bergamo - Trento . 
In total, the division had reported over 1,000 aircraft kills. 
- Major General / Lieutenant General Walter von Hippel : from the establishment to February 10, 1945
- Colonel / Major General Oskar Vorbrugg : February 10, 1945 until dissolution 
- Colonel Alfred Thomas (Commander of Flak Regiment 131): in March 1945 as a deputy commander 
- Flak-Regiment 5
- Flak Regiment 131 (since 1943 in Sicily , formerly Flak Group Leuna , from the 3rd Flak Brigade)
- Flak-Regiment 137
- Flak-Regiment 149
- Air Communication Company 145
- Georg Tessin : Associations and troops of the German Wehrmacht and Waffen SS in the Second World War 1939–1945 . Mittler, 1965, ISBN 978-3-7648-1097-9 , pp. 365 ( google.de [accessed on May 26, 2020]).
- Samuel W. Mitcham: German Order of Battle: 291st-999th Infantry divisions, named infantry divisions, and special divisions in World War II. Stackpole Books, 2007, ISBN 978-0-8117-3437-0, S. 345 ( google.de [accessed on May 26, 2020]).
- News for the troops . Kraus Reprint, 1945 ( google.de [accessed on May 26, 2020]).
- Franz Thomas, Günter Wegmann: The knight's cross bearers of the German Wehrmacht 1939-1945 . Biblio-Verl., 1991, ISBN 978-3-7648-1797-8 , pp. 263 ( google.de [accessed on May 26, 2020]).