Pyongyang, September 3 (KCNA) — Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, inspected KPA Unit 363.
He was accompanied by KPA Generals Ri Myong Su, Hyon Chol Hae and Pak Jae Gyong, and Ri Yong Chol, member of the Central Military Commission of the WPK and first vice department director of its Central Committee.
He first climbed a forward command post on the top of a height where he learned about the unit’s performance of duty and received a report on the situation from its commander.
He set forth tasks which would serve as guidelines in further increasing the unit’s combat capability and consolidating the defence theatre as firm as an iron wall, greatly satisfied to learn that the servicepersons of the unit have converted the defence theatre into an invulnerable fortress and made a lot of valuable inventions helpful to creditably undertaking combat duties under any circumstances.
He looked round the room devoted to the history of the unit and inspected a technical lecture given for commanding officers at the military lecture room.
It is very good that the unit is preparing all officers as commanding officers possessed of a high level of operational commanding ability, he noted, underscoring the need to pay primary attention to the work to thoroughly implement its training program.
He acquainted himself with the service and living of soldiers, going round a servicepersons’ hall, an education room, a bedroom, a mess hall, a kitchen, a non-staple food store, a washroom and other places.
He looked after every aspect of their service and life raging from their use of publications and lighting of their bedroom to the processing of non-staple food, drinking water and the organization of sideline job. He taught them ways to make them successful one by one.
He highly appreciated their feats, greatly pleased to see the servicepersons of the unit tenaciously and methodically building up their life after sprucing up their revolutionary posts well as required by the WPK’s slogan “Let’s train, study and live like the anti-Japanese guerrillas!”
He extended warm thanks to all the wives of the officers of the unit, greatly satisfied to see them taking deep care of the soldiers’ living as their real mothers and sisters would do.
He met servicepersons of the unit and gave a pep-talk to them before having a photo session with them.
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