75th Group Army

The 75th Group Army Chinese: 第七十五集团军; pinyin: Dì Qīshíwǔ Jítuánjūn), formerly the 41st Group Army, is a military formation of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Ground Forces (PLAGF). The 75th Group Army is one of twelve total group armies of the PLAGF, the largest echelon of ground forces in the People's Republic of China, and one of two assigned to the nation's Southern Theater Command.[1]

75th Group Army
People's Liberation Army Ground Force sleeve badge.svg
Country People's Republic of China
Allegiance Chinese Communist Party
Branch People's Liberation Army Ground Force
TypeGroup army
Part ofSouthern Theater Command
Garrison/HQKunming, Yunnan
EngagementsWorld War II
Vietnam War
Sino-Vietnamese War
Major General Gong Maodong, Qin Shutong
NATO Map Symbol75th Group Army NATO Map Symbol.svg



  • 121st Mountain Motorized Infantry Brigade (Chinese: 山地摩托化步兵第121旅)
  • 122nd Mechanized Infantry Brigade (Chinese: 机械化步兵第122旅)
  • 123th Mechanzied Infantry Division (Chinese: 机械化步兵第123师)
  • 15th Armored Brigade (Chinese: 装甲第15旅)
  • Artillery Brigade (Chinese: 炮兵旅)
  • Air-Defense Brigade (Chinese: 防空旅)
  • Army Aviation Regiment (Chinese: 陆军航空兵团)
  • Boat Regiment (Chinese: 舟桥团)
  • Chemical-Defense Regiment (Chinese: 防化团)
  • Engineer Regiment (Chinese: 工兵团)



  1. ^ Burke, Edmund J. (February 4, 2019). "Coming to a (New) Theater Near You: Command, Control, and Forces" (PDF). National Defense University Press.

Further readingEdit

  • Dennis J. Blasko. "PLA Ground Forces: Moving Toward a Smaller, More Rapidly Deployable, Modern Combined Arms Force" The People's Liberation Army as Organization: Reference Volume v1.0, James C. Mulvenon and Andrew N. D. Yang eds. (Santa Monico: RAND; 2002)