Sung Kung-kwang, a regiment commander of a Chinese People's Liberation Army unit stationed in Nanking, is a veteran of the Red Army.
Sung Kung-kwang, a regiment commander of a Chinese People's Liberation Army unit stationed in Nanking, is a veteran of the Red Army. He is a man with a record of numerous meritorious services rendered in the countless battles he has been through.
Sung Jung-kwang frequently goes down to the company unit to familiarize himself with the situation, solve problems, keep in close touch with the masses and to make sure that his men are brought up with Chairman Mao's thought.
Down at the grass root level, Sung Kung-kwang studies Chairman Mao's Works together with company cadres, his first order of business being the ideological revolutionization of the leading collective.
Sung Kung-kwang pays great attention to living ideological problems in order to give prominence to politics through the ideological revolutionization of the fighters.
His exemplary deeds e.g. working together with the fighters of the livestock squad and feeding horses with great care, fosters the spirit of whole-heartedly serving the people among the fighters.
Sung Kung-kwang is very strict with himself; he always puts himself in the place of the common soldier and always keeps up the good PLA tradition of hard work and plain living. The fighters intimately address him as: 'Our Good Regiment Commander.'