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 Conferring of Titles of Honour on a Company and Ten Martyrs of the P.L.A.

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Chairman Mao and Vice-Chairman Lin Piao Approve Conferring of Titles of Honour on a Company and Ten Martyrs of the P.L.A.

Source: Peking Review, No. 9, February 28, 1969
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    OUR most respected and beloved great leader Chairman Mao and his close comrade-in-arms Vice-Chairman Lin Piao have personally approved two orders issued separately by the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party conferring two titles of honour, The title "The Heroic Company Which Put Out a Raging Fire for the People" was conferred on the first company of a unit under the Heilungkiang Provincial Military Area Command of the People's Liberation Army, and the title "Ten Heroes Boundlessly Loyal to Chairman Mao on the Szechuan-Tibet Transport Line" was conferred on Li Hsicn-wen, deputy political instructor of the third battalion of a motor transport unit under the General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army, and nine other martyrs.
   At the crucial moment in a big fire in a chemical plant on January 26, 1968, 17 comrades of the first company of a unit under the Heilungkiang Provincial Military Area Command, following our great leader Chairman Mao's teaching that "our duty is to hold ourselves responsible to the people," rushed out of their barracks. With the fearless spirit of revolutionary heroism, they plunged into a raging sea of flames. At the critical moment when a high explosive blew up, they dashed forward one after another and bravely fought the fire without thinking of themselves. Fourteen of the comrades were injured and the other three lost their lives. These commanders and fighters finally put out the fire after a tremendous battle. They defended the safety of the lives of the people and state property with their blood and lives. This fully showed the boundless loyalty of the commanders and fighters of the first company to the Party, to the people and to our great leader Chairman Mao.
   The order of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Party calls on all P.L.A. commanders and fighters to learn from the first company's boundless loyalty to the Party, to the people and to our great leader Chairman Mao; to learn from their revolutionary heroism of "remaining steadfast when engulfed by raging flames, and never hesitating at the crucial moment of life or death" in the interests of the people; to learn from their lofty communist integrity of "rather take a step forward and die for the public interest than retreat half a step and survive for self-interest*'; and to learn from their advanced experience of vigorously carrying out education in Chairman Mao's thinking and line on army building, carrying out deep-going revolutionary mass criticism and repudiation, and strengthening the work of revolutionizing the company.
   To defend the frontiers and the great proletarian cultural revolution and to smash anti-China provocations by imperialism, revisionism and all reaction, Li Hsien-wen, deputy political instructor of the third battalion of a motor transport unit under the General Logistics Department, and nine other comrades, with boundless loyalty to our great leader Chairman Mao, valiantly carried out their tasks on the Szechuan-Tibet Plateau. They died heroically after putting up a dauntless fight in an exceptionally big landslide while performing their transport task to strengthen preparedness against war. (The heroic deeds of the ten martyrs are carried in our issue No. 14, 1968.) They "lived to fight in defence of Chairman Mao's revolutionary line and laid down their lives for Chairman Mao's revolutionary line."
   The order of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Party calls on all P.L.A. commanders and fighters to learn from the ten loyal martyrs' lofty qualities of being boundlessly loyal to our great leader Chairman Mao, to the great thought of Mao Tse-tung and to Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line; to learn from their spirit of revolutionary heroism of daring to charge forward in the interests of the people even in the face of landslides; and to learn from their basic experience in revolutionizing their thinking through the creative study and application of Mao Tse-tung's thought
   The orders call on all P.L.A. commanders and fighters to hold still higher the great red banner of Mao Tse-tung's thought, implement Chairman Mao's latest instructions in an all-round way, further deepen the mass movement for the creative study and application of Mao Tse-tung's thought, and make new contributions for the people in the great struggles to defend the country and to seize all-round victory in the great proletarian cultural revolution.
   Solemn meetings were recently held separately in Shenyang and Peking to confer the titles of honour — "The Heroic Company Which Put Out a Raging Fire for the People" and "Ten Heroes Boundlessly Loyal to Chairman Mao on the Szechuan-Tibet Transport Line." On behalf of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Party, Chiu Hui-tso, Deputy Chief of the General Staff and Head of the General Logistics Department of the P.L.A., and Chen Hsi-lien, a leading member of the P.L.A. units under the Shenyang Military Area Command, each read out the respective cider conferring the title of honour and each presented a banner inscribed with the title of honour.
  
  
  

 
 
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