by H.L. deZeng IV

1. Armored Train Company (1. satnija oklopljenih vlakova)
Formed in 1942 and is believed to have belonged to the 1st Infantry Regiment. In November 1942 its HQ was in Doboj/East Bosnia. By 1 September 1944 in had moved to Slavonski Brod. No further information has been found.

2. Armored Train Company (2. satnija oklopljenih vlakova)
Formed in 1942 as a component of the 2d Infantry Regiment. On 1 September 1943 it was operating Armored Trains No. 1 and No. 2 along the tracks to the north and east of Zagreb under Croatian I Corps, but under the tactical control of German Railway Security Staff Croatia. Still in existence in March 1944. No further information has been found.

3. Armored Train Company (3. satnija oklopljenih vlakova)
Formed in 1942 to crew armored trains assigned to the Croatian III Corps area. In August 1944 it was operating Armored Trains Ris, Vuk and Lisac in Bosnia and Hercegovina under III Corps. No further information has been found.

4. Armored Train Company (4. satnija oklopljenih vlakova)
No information has been found on this company other than the fact that it existed.

5. Armored Train Company (5. satnija oklopljenih vlakova)
Formed late 1943 in Karlovac as a component of the 3d Infantry Regiment. On 7 March 1944 it was operating two armored trains in the Karlovac area under I Operations Sector/Croatian I Corps. Company strength on that date was 5 officers, 18 NCOs and 141 men. In September 1944 it was operating armored trains along the rail section Karlovac – Zagreb – Ozalj – Rečica – Glogornički Mosr under 2d Garrison Brigade/Croatian I Corps. No further information has been found.

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