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1st Military Region (Vietnam People's Army)

 

1st Military Region (Vietnam People's Army)

1st Military District of North East of Vietnam. The north-east region of Vietnam, borders with the Guangxi of China. In 1979, Chinese army with 5 infantry corps, 17 infantry divisions, launched a huge invasion in this military zone, occupied the Lạng Sơn and Cao Bằng. The headquarters of the 1st Military Zone is in Thái Nguyên.

Contents

  • Agencies 1
  • Units 2
  • Successive Commander and Leadership 3
    • Commander 3.1
    • The Commissioner, Deputy Commander of Politics 3.2
  • References 4

Agencies

× Headquarters of Staff

  • Logistics Department
  • Technic Department
  • Office of Command
  • Department of Politics
    • branch of cadre
    • branch of Organization
    • Branch of Propaganda and Training
    • Branch of Thought and Culture
    • Branch of Policy
    • Military Court of Military Zone
    • Military Procuracy of Military Zone
    • Inspection Commission of the Party

Units

× Military Command of Cao Bằng Province

Successive Commander and Leadership

Commander

The Commissioner, Deputy Commander of Politics

References

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