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

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Previously director Logistics department Ji'nan Military Region.
2.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.

I 11. PLA MILITARY MEDICAL SCIENCE ACADEMY

First post- Cultural Revolution reference was in April 1978.

Commandant Earliest
Latest
Xu Nianzi Apr 84
May 88
Qin Boyi May 88
Jun 91
Wu Dechang Jun 91
Deputy Commandants
Cai Qiao x
Apr 78
Jun 88
d 1990
He Bin Jan 79
Tang Peixian Jun 88
Wu Zhili Jan 79
Political Commissar
Gao Ping Apr 84
Oct 85
d 1985

I 12. PLA MILITARY SCIENCE ACADEMY

First post- Cultural Revolution reference was in September 1973.

Commandant Earliest
Latest
Song Shilun x
Sep 73
Mar 86
d 1991
Zheng Wenhan May 88
Jun 91
( Jiang Shunxue) x
Jan 91
Dec 92
Cho Nam Gi x
Dec 92
Deputy Commandants
Gao Rui Aug 78
Mar 86
Gao Tiqian x
Sep 73
Mar 86
Guo Huaruo x
Sep 74
Sep 82
He Guanghua Sep 73
Mar 86
( Jiang Shunxue) x
Jun 88
Jan 91
Jiang Siyi Jun 87
Li Jijun x
Dec 92
Mi Zhenyu 85

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