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Martyrs' relics and mementos handed over to Army Corps 4

Update: 25-05-2024 | 12:31:15

On May 24, Binh Duong Provincial Military Command organized the handover of relics and mementos of martyrs of Division 7, Army Corps, 4 who died in 1968 at Choi Dung hamlet, Binh My commune, Bac Tan Uyen district, to the 7th Army Corps and 4th Army Corps Museum. Attending the ceremony were Colonel Nguyen Dinh Chuan, Political Commissar of the Provincial Military Command; Colonel Nguyen Van Thai, Political Head of Division 7.

Relics and mementos of martyrs handed over this time include AK gun cartridges, rubber sandals, cardboard jars, infantry shovels, plastic rain covers, knife sheaths, belt buckles, bullets, and K56 bullet casings, glass bottles, medicine boxes, plastic spoons...

Speaking at the handover ceremony, Colonel Nguyen Van Thai said that the martyrs' relics and mementos to the 7th Division will be displayed at the Division Traditional House and the 4th Army Corps Museum to continue educating, lighting the fire to continue the tradition for the younger generation. This is proof that our ancestors devoted their entire lives to the independence and freedom of the Fatherland, the happiness of the people, contributing to building and enhancing the glorious tradition of the heroic and iconic Vietnam People's Army and beautiful image of "Uncle Ho's soldiers".

Reported by Thu Thao - Translated by Ngoc Huynh

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