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

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L 1. ARMOURED FORCE

In continuous operation during the Cultural Revolution and until May 1984 when the
organization was incorporated into the PLA General Staff Headquarters.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Huang Xinting (1) x
Oct 75
May 84
Deputy Commanders
Cheng Shicai x
Jun 78
May 84
d 1990
Deng Jiatai (2) Jun 78
May 84
Dun Xingyun May 76
May 84
d 1985
( He Jinnian) x
Oct 75
Feb 83
Lin Bin May 72
May 84
Song Qingsheng x
Oct 74
May 84
Zhang Wenzhou(3) Oct 65
May 84
d 1986
Zhong Renfang Sep 63
May 84
Political Commissars
( Huang Zhiyong) x
Nov 65
Nov 69
Mo Wenhua x
Oct 75
May 84
( Xiang Zhonghua) x
Sep 58
Jun 72
d 1981
( Zhong Hanhua) (4) x
May 78
Aug 79
d 1987
Deputy Political Commissars
Niu Mingzhi(5) Sep 81
d 1981
Sha Feng x
Aug 78
May 84
Yu Ding May 72
May 84
Chief of Staff
Yan Zhenheng Nov 77
May 84
Deputy Chief of Staff
Ma Zhihao Oct 75
May 84
1.
From 1955 to 1967 deputy commander Chengdu Military Region.
2.
Previously chief of staff Nanjing Military Region.
3.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in May 1978.
4.
Previously deputy political commissar Guangzhou Military Region.
5.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.

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