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

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14. AIRFORCE

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Wu Faxian x
Aug 65
Sep 71
p 1971
Ma Ning (1) x
Jun 74
Sep 76
Zhang Tingfa x
Apr 77
Jul 85
Wang Hai x
Jul 85
Nov 92
Cao Shuangming (2) x
Nov 92
Deputy Commanders
Cao Lihuai x
Oct 56
Jul 85
Chang Qiankun x
Nov 57
May 73
d 1973
Cheng Jun (3) x
Sep 73
Jul 85
d 1988
He Tingyi (4) x
May 76
Jul 85
( Kuang Rennong) x
Nov 68
May 81
Li Yongtai x
Aug 83
Dec 92
Lin Hu Dec 86
Dec 92
Liu Zhitian 87
Dec 92
Tan Jiashu x
Feb 67
Aug 71
d 1987
Wang Dinglie Jun 83
Jul 85
( Wang Hai) x
Nov 82
Jul 85
Wu Fushan (5) x
Apr 77
Jul 85
( Xue Shaoqing) (6) Apr 72
May 81
d 1991
Yu Zhenwu Jul 85
Zeng Guohua x
Jul 69
May 71
Zhang Jihui (7) x
Oct 74
Jul 85
( Zhang Tingfa) (8) x
Feb 64
Apr 77
Zou Yan Jul 73
Jul 85
First Political Commissar
Gao Houliang (9) x
May 77
Jul 85
Second Political Commissar
Yu Lijin (10) x
Dec 78
d 1978
Political Commissars
Wang Huiqiu x
Nov 64
May 73
( Zhang Tingfa) x
Oct 76
Oct 76
Zhu Guang x
Jul 85
Dec 92
Ding Wenchang x
Dec 92

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