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Deng Ruihua

Deng Ruihua
Native name
邓瑞华
BornFebruary 1954 (age 65)
Liangzhou District, Wuwei, Gansu
AllegiancePeople's Republic of China
Service/branchPeople's Liberation Army
Years of service1972–2015
RankPLAMjGeneral r.png Major general
Commands heldPolitical Commissar of the Joint Logistics Department of Lanzhou Military Region

Deng Ruihua (simplified Chinese: 邓瑞华; traditional Chinese: 鄧瑞華; pinyin: Dèng Ruìhuá; born February 1954) is a Chinese major general in the People's Liberation Army. He served as Political Commissar of the Joint Logistics Department of Lanzhou Military Region from April 2010 to March 2014. On July 10, 2015, the PLA announced that he has been transferred to the military procuratorates.[1]

Life and career

Born in Liangzhou District of Wuwei city in Gansu province, in February 1954, he joined the People's Liberation Army in December 1972.[2]

Beginning in 1972, he served in several posts in the 21st Army, including squad leader, platoon leader, company commander, battalion commander, and deputy regimental commander.[2]

In September 1984, he was transferred to Lanzhou Military Region and appointed deputy regimental commander of its garrison regiment, he held that office until June 1986.[2]

In July 1991 he was promoted to become Deputy Secretary General of its Political Department, a position he held until September 1995.[2]

He served as Deputy Head of its Logistic Department of the 27th Division in 1995, and three years later promoted to the Head position.[2]

He became its Deputy Political Commissar of the Joint Logistics Department in December 2005, rising to Political Commissar in April 2010.[2]

At the beginning of 2015, Deng Ruihua was detained by Chinese military authorities. On July 10, 2015, he was transferred to the military procuratorates.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Military inspectors nab another 'tiger' in graft probe". China.org.cn. July 10, 2015.
  2. ^ a b c d e f 邓瑞华少将落马后心理崩溃 被指胆大爱钱. Sohu (in Chinese). 2015-07-12.
  3. ^ "Chinese major general facing investigation over graft's collapses". Lockerdome.com. 2015.

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