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By THE IRRAWADDY Monday, August 30, 2010


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Brig-Gen Maung Maung Aye, the former commandant of the General Staff College, becomes the commander of the Naypidaw command, and Brig-Gen Tun Than becomes the new regional commander for Rangoon.

According to military sources, all new officers are close to Than Shwe and are below the age of sixty—the maximum age for serving military and government officials in Burma.

It is assumed that Than Shwe remains as the head of government and will become president in the future government and that other retired officers would join the junta's proxy party, the Union Solidarity and Development Party, paving the way for the former senior military personnel to be elected as civilian representatives in the new government.

This is in addition to the fact that the constitution already guarantees the military a quarter of the seats in the parliament.

Below is an updated list of promotions: 

The Appointment Order of the Tatmadaw on August 27, 2010

Commander in Chief: Lt-Gen Thura Myint Aung (DSA 18)

Deputy Commander in Chief, Lt-Gen Ko Ko (DSA 19)

Joint Chief of Staff (Army, Navy, Air Force) (Gen Shwe Mann's former position): Lt-Gen Min Aung Hlaing (DSA 19, former BSO 2 chief)

Adjutant General (Lt-Gen Thura Myint Aung's former position): Lt-Gen Khin Zaw Oo (former Costal Regional Commander)

Quartermaster General (Gen Tin Aung Myint Oo's former position): Maj-Gen Wai Lwin (DSA 19, former Naypyidaw Regional Commander)

Military Affaris Security Chief (Lt-Gen Ye Myint's former position): Maj-Gen Kyaw Swe (DSA 22, former Southwestern Regional Commander)

Military Ordnance Chief (Lt-Gen Tin Aye's former position): Maj-Gen Thein Htay

Chief of Bureau of Special Operations (BSO) 1 (Lt-Gen Thar Aye's former position): Maj-Gen Myint Soe (former northwestern regional commander)

BSO 2 Chief (Lt-Gen Min Aung Hlaing's former position): Maj-Gen Aung Than Htut (DSA 20) (former northeastern regional commander)

BSO 3 Chief (Lt-Gen Ko Ko's former position): Maj-Gen Hla Min (DSA 22) (Former southern regional commander)

BSO 4 Chief (Lt-Gen Khin Zaw's former position): Maj-Gen Thet Naing Win (DSA 20) (former southeastern regional commander)

BSO 5 Chief (Lt-Gen Myint Swe's former position): Maj-Gen Tin Ngwe (former central regional commander)

BSO 6 Chief (Lt-Gen Ohn Myint's former position): Maj-Gen Soe Win (DSA 22) (former northern regional commander)

Military Operation Chief (Lt-Gen Maung Shein's former position): Maj-Gen Kyaw Phyo (former triangle regional commander)

Air Defense Chief (Lt-Gen Myint Hlaing's former position): Maj-Gen Sein Win

Military Appointment General (Lt-Gen San Sint's former position): Maj-Gen Win Myint (DSA 20)

Military Inspector General (Lt-Gen Thein Htike's former position): Maj-Gen Thaung Aye (DSA 20) (former western regional commander)

Military Judge General (Lt-Gen Soe Maung's former position): Maj-Gen Yar Pyae (DSA 22, former eastern regional commander)

Military Training Chief: Lt-Gen Hla Htay Win remains in the same position.

Chief of Provost Martial (Military Police): Brig-Gen Than Htut (former light infantry division (LID) 11 commander)

Commandant of the National Defense College: Brig-Gen Hla Myint Shwe

Commandant of the Defense Services Technology Institute: Col Nyo Saw

Commandant of the Defense Services Academy (DSA): Col Myat Tun Oo

Commandant of the Defense Services Medical Institute: Col Ko Ko Naing

Regional Military Commands
Commander of Northern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Zayar Aung (DSA 23)

Commander of Northeastern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Aung Kyaw Zaw (DSA 24, former commander of LID 33)

Commander of Triangle Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Than Tun Oo (DSA 24, former MOC 14 commander)

Commander of Eastern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen San Oo (DSA 24)

Commander of Southeastern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Tun Nay Lin

Commander of Coastal Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Khin Maung Htay

Commander of Rangoon Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Tun Than (DSA 24, former LID 77 commander)

Commander of Northeastern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Tin Maung Win (former LID 22 commander) 

Commander of Western Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Soe Thein (DSA 24, former MOC 9 commander)

Commander of Northwestern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Soe Lwin (former MOC 3 commander)

Commander of Southern Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Soe Htut (former LID 88 commander)

Commander of Central Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Ye Aung

Commander of Naypyidaw Regional Military Command: Brig-Gen Maung Maung Aye (former MOC 6 commander)

Military Operations Commands (MOC)
Commander of MOC 1: Col Aung Ye Win
Commander of MOC 3: Col Myat Kyaw
Commander of MOC 7: Col Lu Aye
Commander of MOC 8: Col Ye Naing Myo
Commander of MOC 12: Col Naing Win
Commander of MOC 14: Col Tin Aung Chit
Commander of MOC 17: Col Tint Swe

Light Infantry Divisions (LID)
Commander of LID 11: Col Tat Lin Ohn
Commander of LID 22: Col Htin Paw Tun
Commander of LID 33: Col Aung Soe
Commander of LID 88: Col Tun Tun Naung
Commander of LID 101: Col Min Naing



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Dr W Taw Wrote:
01/09/2010
They all look like clowns with their self-awarded medals !
Obama cannot, so God help Burma !!

Jackie Chan Wrote:
01/09/2010
My dear Ngal Hriang:
If Lt-Gen Myint Aung is Chinese as you asserted, then you'd better learn Chinese quick. Sooner rather than later, Chinese will be official language of Burma. Nice job Nga Than Shwe, Thanks!

A.M.O Wrote:
31/08/2010
Oh! Boy! How do we buy that?

Who knows it might be a 'Guided Leak" released by Than Shwe as part of his master game plan for '2010'. Eh?

hla thein Wrote:
31/08/2010
Congratulation General,you are a lucky C-I-C and I believe you will save Burma one day. Like General Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, be "a thinking general"

Vantlang Mualcin Wrote:
31/08/2010
Medals awarded for killing the innocent citizens of Burma do not make this idiot a great man but a criminal. Than Shwe and all his stooges are all criminals.

Ngal Hriang Wrote:
31/08/2010
This Chinese man is our commander in-chief? Now Burma is 100% ruled by Chinese.

The Art Piece Wrote:
31/08/2010
Hell…o,

I am pleased to announce that I am quitting the post from the most brutal military regime in the world to avoid being accused as a criminal by the international crime bureau. Frankly, I have not been directly involved in any of brutal crack-downs in any means and what so ever. Does it matter? Anyhow, my military pants are tight and uncomfortable as before so then I decided changing to “longyi” in which I can freely move around.
That is not the important fact. I really love my money … pardon me….my country. I think that this is a good time and opportunity to promote younger generation officers, naturally speaking about my relatives. This must be done before the general election, as I promised not long ago. Anyway, I’ve been lately struggling with today’s fast paced technological world. Frankly, I think that my intelligent agency has been deteriorating and slowly catching up with today’s technology. Some media has sadly been slipped through public.

The Art Piece Wrote:
31/08/2010
Some of you may be concern as a new generation steps into the military posts. I certainly guarantee you that I will be solely responsible and watching over them. There is clear evidence that I am capable of planning and building a brand new capital under my leadership within in short time. My next goal is to rank as one of the top billionaires in Magazine. But then I realize that I’ll never be in there with my military uniform and military salaries. I don’t think I need to explain my post or duty. Just sit back, relax and don’t get involve in politics or do stupid things. You all will be just fine and the future will be for “US”, you know what I mean?

Thank you,
Mr. Millionaire Gold

timothy Wrote:
30/08/2010
This is the list of criminals from Burma. ASA and EU had already updated their list of Burmese criminals who fall under Visas ban list. This name will appear in School text books to teach future generations about the brutality of Military Fascism in Burma. It became obvious that the Junta had made the line up for new government. We will strive to reject the result of election at United Nations. Burmese must pull together to boycott the election.

Kerry Wrote:
30/08/2010
Great! A whole new generation of greedy wicked stupid men in mickey Mouse uniforms to organize institutionalized brutality and violence against the people of Burma!

Hello 21st Century!

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