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Deng Changyou

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Preceded by  Qiao Qingchen
Name  Deng Changyou
Allegiance  China
Years of service  1968–2012
Succeeded by  Tian Xiusi
Rank  General

Service/branch  People's Liberation Army Air Force

Political party  Communist Party of China

Deng Changyou (Chinese: 邓昌友; born February 1947) is a retired general of the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) of China. He served as political commissar of the PLAAF.

Biography

Born in Pengxi, Sichuan Province, Deng joined the PLA in March 1968, and the Communist Party of China in May 1970. In June 1990, he was appointed the director of the political department of the Air Force Ürümqi headquarters. In January 1993, he became the political commissar of the Air Force 9th corps. In July 1996, he was promoted to vice political commissar and secretary of discipline commission of the Lanzhou Military Region. In March 1997, he became the vice director of the political department of the PLA Air Force, and was promoted to director in November of the same year. In May 2002, he was promoted to political commissar of the PLA Air Force. He was a member of the 16th and 17th Central Committees of the Communist Party of China.

References

Deng Changyou Wikipedia


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