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

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10.
From 1959 to 1966 direction PLA Combat department.
11.
From 1964 to 1967 deputy director CPC International Liaison department.
12.
From 1967 to 1968 acting chief of staff.
13.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in September 1977.
14.
Previously political commissar Nanjing Military Region.
15.
Previously officer in the Zhejiang Military District.
16.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.
17.
From 1962 to 1966 director State Surveying and Cartography bureau. So identified in this position in his NCNA obituary.

I 2. PLA GENERAL LOGISTICS DEPARTMENT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Director Earliest
Latest
Qiu Huizuo x
Oct 59
Sep 71
p 1971
Zhang Zongxun(1) x
Feb 75
Feb 77
( Zhang Zhen) (2) x
Jun 78
Apr 80
Hong Xuezhi x
Apr 80
Nov 87
( Cho Nam Gi) x
Nov 87
Dec 92
Fu Quanyou x
Dec 92
Deputy Directors
Bai Xiangguo x
Feb 74
Jun 85
d 1991
Chen Bang Jun 70
Sep 71
( Cho Nam Gi) x
Jun 85
Nov 87
Fan Ziyu x
Jun 78
Jun 85
Feng Yongshun(3) Jun 71
Jun 85
Han Zhenji Dec 68
Oct 69
He Biao(4) x
Oct 78
Jun 85
He Cheng(5) x
Jul 75
Jun 85
d 1992
( Li Jiulong) x
Sep 90
Oct 91
Li Lun x
Jan 90
Li Yuan x
Feb 77
Jun 85
Liu Mingpu x
Jun 85
Luan Xuewen Oct 73
Jun 85
Rao Zhengxi(6) x
Apr 78
Jun 85
Sun Hongzhen Sep 73
Jun 85
Tan Zheng(7) x
May 78
Jun 85
d 1988
Tang Tianji x
May 57
Oct 69
d 1989
Wang Tailan Dec 92
Wang Xike(8) Oct 69
Sep 71
p 1971
Wang Zhengzhu Apr 81
Jun 85
Wen Yuanchun Feb 87
Dec 92
Xu Bin Aug 73
Jun 85

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