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4th Military Region (Vietnam People's Army)

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4th Military Region (Vietnam People's Army)

The 4th Military District of North Central Vietnam. The predecessor, 4th War Zone (Vietnamese: Chiến khu) was established by the order of Ho Chi Minh on October 15, 1945, and this day has become the traditional day of the Military Zone. On June 3, 1957, Ho Chi Minh signed the ordinance 17/SL to establish 4th Military Zones on the basis of 4th Joint Zone (Vietnamese: Liên khu), simultaneously with other military zones: the North Vietnamese, North West, North East, Left Bank, Right Bank.


  • Department of Staff
  • Department of Politics
    • Division of Organization
    • Division of Cadre
    • Division of Policy
    • Division of Propogendar and Training
    • Division of Thoughts and Culture
    • Military Court of Military Zone
    • Military Procuratorate of Military Zone
    • Military Museum of 4th Military Zone: Road Lê Duẩn, Vinh city.
    • Newspaper of 4th Military Zone
    • Troupe of 4th Military Zone
    • Football Club of 4th Military Zone
  • Department of Logistics
  • Department of Technology
    • Workshop 41
    • Warehouse CK1
    • Warehouse 830
  • Office of Command of 4th Military Zone


Successive Commander and Leadership


Political Commissioners, Deputy Commanders of Politics

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