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211 12th Ave N is a house in Saint Cloud, MN 56303. This house sits on a 4,356 square foot lot and features 2 bedrooms and 0.25 bathrooms. 211 12th Ave N was built in 1900 and last sold on January 06, 2012 for $5,500. The 211th Infantry Division (German: 211. Infanterie-Division) was a German infantry division of the German Heer during World War II, active from 1939 to 1944. In 1944, it was redeployed as 211th Volksgrenadier Division, which was active until 1945. (WCAX) - It’s Feb. 11 or 2-11 and that has members of Vermont 211 celebrating their accomplishments. Executive Director MaryEllen Mendl says just last year, their specialists.

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211th Infantry Regiment
ActiveCirca 1946-present[1]
CountryUnited States
BranchFlorida Army National Guard
TypeLight infantry
Motto(s)'Paroneri' meaning 'Equal to the Task'
Distinctive unit insignia


U.S. Infantry Regiments
201st Infantry Regiment218th Infantry Regiment

The 211th Infantry Regiment is the Regional Training Institute of Florida. The regiment existed as an operational unit during the Cold War era as part of the 51st Infantry Division. The regiment's headquarters was in Miami.

The 211th Infantry performed their first annual field training at Fort Jackson from July 4 to 18, 1948 as part of the 51st Infantry Division. Companies C and G were ordered into State Active Duty to aid civil authorities in hurricane relief. Lieutenant Roland Fisher commanded Company G (3 officers and 83 soldiers) during the relief operation in Fort Lauderdale from October 5 to November 15, 1948. Captain Richard H. Coburn commanded Company C (3 officers and 48 soldiers) during relief operations from October 5 to 7, 1948.[2]

Organization in 1948[edit]

211 Infantry RegimentHeadquartersMiami, Florida
Service CompanyMiami, Florida
Heavy Mortar CompanyTampa, Florida
Heavy Tank CompanyPalmetto, Florida
Medical CompanySt. Petersburg, Florida
1st Battalion, 211th Infantry RegimentHeadquarters & Headquarters CompanyMiami, Florida
Company A, 1–211 INMiami Springs, Florida
Company B, 1–211 INCoral Gables, Florida
Company C, 1–211 INHollywood, Florida
Company D, 1–211 INHomestead, Florida
2nd Battalion, 211th Infantry RegimentHeadquarters & Headquarters CompanyWest Palm Beach, Florida
Company E, 2–211 INBelle Glade, Florida
Company F, 2–211 INWest Palm Beach, Florida
Company G, 2–211 INFort Lauderdale, Florida
Company H, 2–211 INFort Pierce, Florida
3rd Battalion, 211th Infantry RegimentHeadquarters & Headquarters CompanySt. Petersburg, Florida
Company I, 3–211 INSt. Petersburg, Florida
Company K, 3–211 INClearwater, Florida
Company L, 3–211 INBradenton, Florida
Company M, 3–211 INSarasota, Florida

The 211th Infantry conducted annual training at Fort Jackson July 3 to 17, 1949 and August 13 to 27, 1950 with the 51st Infantry Division. The regiment was again partially called on for hurricane relief. Second battalion headquarters and portions of Companies G and H (altogether totalling 9 officers and 153 soldiers) conducted relief operations in West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, Hollywood, and Fort Lauderdale areas from August 26 to September 1, 1949. Company K (4 officers and 52 soldiers) under command of Captain Richard Woodring aided in hurricane relief to Tarpon Springs-Clearwater area on September 6 to 7, 1950. Company C (5 officers and 46 soldiers) under command of Lieutenant Elby H. Cross aided in hurricane relief from October 18 to 20, 1950.[3]

Today's baseball lines. The 211th Infantry conducted Annual Training at Fort McClellan, Alabama, from July 29 to August 12, 1951, and Company I was awarded The Adjutant General's Trophy for 1951.

The regiment conducted Annual Training from June 15 to 29, 1952, July 26 to August 9, 1953, July 4 to 18, 1954, and from June 6 to 23, 1957 at Fort McClellan.


  • COL Robert A. Ballard, 211th Infantry Regiment, 1947 -

See also[edit]


  • Hawk, Robert. Florida's Army: Militia/State Troops?National Guard 1565-1985. Englewood, FL. Pineapple Press, Inc. 1986.

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  1. ^,5478552&dq=211th+infantry&hl=en
  2. ^Lance, Mark (1948). Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Florida, 1947-1948. Florida National Guard. p. 10.
  3. ^Lance, Mark (1950). Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Florida, 1949-1950. Florida National Guard. p. 9.
  4. ^Lance, Mark (1948). Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Florida, 1947-1948. Florida National Guard. p. 9.


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