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People's Liberation Army General Logistics Department

People's Liberation Army General Logistics Department (GLD; People's Liberation Army.

Its former directors include Yang Lisan (1949-53), Huang Kecheng (1954-56), Hong Xuezhi (1956-59), Qiu Huizuo (1959), Zhang Zhen (?1960-75?), Zhang Zongxun (1975), Hong Xuezhi (1980-87), Zhao Nanqi (1988-92), Fu Quanyou (1992-94), Wang Ke (1995-?). Its former political commissars include Huang Kecheng, Yu Qiuli, Li Jukui, Zhang Chiming, Guo Linxiang, Wang Ping, Hong Xuezhi, Liu Anyuan, Zhou Keyu, Zhou Kunren, Zhang Wentai.

The current director is Zhao Keshi, and the current political commissar, Liu Yuan.

Structure

Director

Political Commissar

Deputy Directors

  • Lt. General Sun Huantian (since August 2012)
  • Mj. General Zhou Songhe (since December 2014)
  • Lt. General Li Shuzhang (since January 2015)

Deputy Political Commissar

  • Lt. General Liu Shengjie (since 2012)

Discipline Inspection Department

Directly Subordinated Organs Work Department

General Office
Financial Affairs Department
Health Department
Military Equipment Department
Munitions Division
Ordinance Department
Ammunition Division
Personnel Division
Political Department
Quartermaster Production Plant

References

  1. ^ http://www.chinavitae.com/search/main.php
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