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Kim Jong Il Inspects KPA Unit

Pyongyang, May 28 (KCNA) — Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission, inspected KPA Unit 4394.

Greeted by commanding officers of the unit, he went round combined drill grounds and watched servicepersons in training.

After watching every drill ground pervaded with the militant spirit of a-match-for-a hundred soldiers, he expressed satisfaction over the fact that all commanding officers and men have been trained into stalwart fighters equipped with the combat capability to successfully undertake any operational duty in a modern warfare. He set forth tasks to be fulfilled to increase the unit’s combat capability in every way.

He dropped in at a combined lecture room to learn about how the politico-ideological work is conducted among the servicepersons.

He took deep care of the soldiers’ living, looking round an educational room, a bedroom, a mess hall, a kitchen, a wash-cum bath house, a daily provision store, a barn and other entertainment and logistic facilities.

He met with Pak Song Chol, Pak Kwang Chol and other soldiers who have not only distinguished themselves in military training but fully displayed
revolutionary comradeship.

He highly praised them for glorifying their military service with feats, aware that a soldier should display patriotism in his faithful service.

The People’s Army has grown to be invincible ranks as all its servicepersons are united close as one comrade, he noted, adding the single-minded unity of the army based on the revolutionary comradeship is unbreakable.

Greatly pleased to receive the report that servicepersons of the unit are sincerely helping farmers in their work, he urged the army to take the lead in assisting agriculture, too.

He gave servicepersons of the unit a pair of binoculars, a machine gun and an automatic rifle as gifts and had a photo session with them.

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