Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    26 / 14 ℃  City Forecast

English>>China Military

Guo Boxiong investigates in air force leading organs of Beijing MAC

(PLA Daily)

08:37, September 04, 2012

Guo Boxiong, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and vice chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the People's Republic of China, recently carried out the investigation and research in the leading organs of the air force under the Beijing Military Area Command (MAC) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA).

During the investigation, Guo Boxiong visited the officers of the leading organs of the air force under the Beijing MAC, inspected the command information system and listened to the work report.

Xu Qiliang, member of the CMC and commander of the PLA Air Force, accompanied Guo Boxiong on the investigation.

Guo Boxiong pointed out that the PLA must, as always, give the first priority to national sovereignty and security and resolutely safeguard national sovereignty, security and territorial integrity. The troop units should undergo intensive and rigid training to meet the needs of actual combat and constantly improve their combat effectiveness under information-based conditions.

Guo Boxiong stressed that the military should further improve combat readiness, especially the capability of dealing with contingencies, timely and properly deal with abnormalities and emergencies, in a bid to ensure the security and stability of China's frontier, coastal and air defense.

News we recommend

Recommended News

Moldy burger found in McDonald's restaurant Motorola not approved to lay off workers Mercedes-Benz to recall 127 cars
Air China plane turns back after 'threat' Pepsi can explosion severely injures boy A spate of road cave-ins in China, 2012
Bachelors seek love from billboard ad China's strategic missiles realize mobile launch  China's aircraft carrier begins 10th sea trial

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:燕勐、马茜)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. Navy vessel "Zhenghe" arrives at Indonesia

  2. Moscow holds Int'l Military Music Festival

  3. Frictions Over Renewable Energy

  4. Top 10 Chinese-language films

  5. School beauties of Beijing Film Academy

  6. American Gun Show

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. Chinese firms exposed to malicious IPR allegations
  2. Obama's 'forward agenda' hard to garner support
  3. Vigilant Internet watchdogs deter corrupt officials
  4. Accusations of China's arms exports unfair
  5. US position on Diaoyu Islands very dangerous
  6. U.S. slows Israel pace to foil Iran's nuclear plan
  7. All officials must work to change negative image
  8. Right wing in Japan poisons Sino-Japanese ties
  9. Editorial: Wary of investment risks
  10. Why political solution to Syria's crisis always fail?

What's happening in China

Parents splurge on freshmen

  1. High speed rail may need to be rebuilt
  2. Huge flood peak passes Three Gorges Dam
  3. Healthcare system to get 400b yuan injection
  4. Vigilant Internet watchdogs deter corrupt officials
  5. 'Innovation, reform' set pace at new school

China Features

  1. Chinese investment good for the host nations
  2. Unforgetable images of London Olympics
  3. Clinton's high profile in S. Pacific with great pain
  4. Lovely animals all over the world
  5. Regimen: spleen-friendly diets during White Dew

PD Online Data

  1. Ministry of Water Resources
  2. Ministry of Railways
  3. People's Bank of China
  4. Ministry of Health
  5. Ministry of Culture