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Military top brass not spared in cleanup

By Zhao Lei | China Daily | Updated: 2014-12-31 07:44

Senior officers of the People's Liberation Army suspected of wrongdoing have not been spared during the country's anti-graft drive.

For many observers, the past year might also have seemed like a major cleanup of the armed forces as part of the top leadership's effort to ensure a combat-ready military. Former top brass netted in the crackdown include:

Xu Caihou, 71, retired general and former vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission

Military top brass not spared in cleanup

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