Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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From 1963 to 1966 minister sixth ministry Machine Building.
2.
In 1960 deputy chief of staff Navy.
3.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in March 1973.
4.
From 1965 to 1967 deputy commander East China Sea Fleet.
5.
From 1955 to 1967 political commissar Navy.
6.
Indicted in the Lin-Jiang Judgement.
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In November 1987 appointed deputy commander East China Sea Fleet.
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Previously deputy commander North China Sea Fleet.
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From September 1990 concurrently deputy commander Ji'nan Military Region.
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Previously political commissar Navy Surface Vessel Academy.

16. SECOND ARTILLERY FORCE

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in 1975.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Xiang Shouzhi) x
75
Oct 77
Li Shuiqing x
Oct 77
Feb 83
He Jinnian x
Feb 83
Nov 85
Li Xuge x
Nov 85
Dec 92
Yang Guoliang x
Dec 92
Deputy Commanders
( Cha Guozhen) Sep 76
Sep 79
d 1980
Fu Guanghui Apr 90
Fu Xianhui x
Sep 74
81
( He Jinheng) x
May 76
Feb 83
( Li Xuge) x
82
Nov 85
Liao Chengmei(1) Sep 77
81
( Liu Lifeng) x
May 76
77
Qian Gui x
Aug 91
Sheng Zhihua Aug 78
82
Yan Jia'an(2) Aug 67
Dec 85
( Yang Guoliang) x
85
Dec 92
Yang Huan 85
Dec 92
Zheng Ti 82
Dec 92
Political Commissars
( Chen Heqiao) x
Nov 76
Feb 83
Li Tianhuan(3) Feb 68
Sep 71
d 1986
Liu Lifeng x
Feb 83
May 90
( Liu Anyuan) x
May 90
Dec 92
Sui Yongju x
Dec 92

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