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'Military heroes and martyrs' children talent cultivation project' launched

By  Sun Zhi and Sai Zongbao (China Military Online)

08:11, March 28, 2013

With the approval by leaders of the Central Military Commission (CMC), the General Political Department (GPD) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently issued a notice to arrange the launching of the "military heroes and martyrs' children talent cultivation project" since 2013.

The notice points out that the cultivation of the heroes and martyrs' children shall be during the phase from the graduation from ordinary senior middle school to the completion of advanced degree education.

Candidates for the cultivation project include:

A. Children of those personnel who were approved as martyrs and those who died while on duty in accordance with Regulations on Compensation and Preferential Treatment to Servicemen;

B. Active military servicemen who are children of those personnel who were recognized by the provincial people's government as martyrs in accordance with the Regulations on Commending Martyrs;

C. Children of those personnel who were awarded with honorary titles and of those who were awarded the First-Class Merit Citation in wartime in accordance with the Regulations on Discipline of the PLA;

D. Children of those servicemen who were identified as the national major publicity models;

E. Children adopted or fostered by martyrs and by those who died while on duty before their sacrifice are also listed as candidates for the cultivation project.

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