Nov
19
2017

Yu Xu’s ashes buried today Chongzhou Martyrs Cemetery – Sohu news www.1234567.com

Yu Xu’s ashes buried today Chongzhou Martyrs Cemetery – Sohu news Beijing News News (reporter Li Yukun) micro-blog Air Force official news release, today is the day of Yu Xu’s burial, her parents, friends and the community, to bid farewell to the female pilot. It is understood that Yu Xu’s ashes will be buried in the martyrs cemetery in Chongzhou. 9 this morning, Yu Xu’s ashes from the Chongzhou City Sports Center sent to the Chongzhou martyrs cemetery burial. Responsible for the escort of the Chongzhou Traffic Police Brigade last night announced that the escort motorcycle speed will be controlled at 15 kilometers per hour, in order to guarantee the cremains ceremony smoothly, please the majority of people do not go to the martyrs cemetery, along the way can be ordered. Later, the martyrs cemetery will be open to the general public, will be able to go to the memorial. In November 18th, the first air force China fighters – 10 female pilots Yu Xu’s ashes back to his hometown in Chongzhou, Chongzhou Sports Center spontaneously to mourn someone in a continuous line, people across the country from all sides rushed to Yu Xu’s hometown of Chongzhou, Sichuan Province, to bid farewell to the most after a female pilot. According to the Sichuan news release, as of 19 May 18, Yu Xu came to offer condolences martyrs people up to 350 thousand people. Yu Xu was one of the first female fighter pilots in the history of our country. On 2012, Yu Xu driving fighter -10 solo, this is the first female fighter pilots to control China’s self-developed three generation fighter first solo flight. In November 12th of this year, she was in the air force in Hebei Province, Yutian Province, the flight performance team in the accident occurred in the flight training, Yu Xu failed to sacrifice the parachute, then was approved as a revolutionary martyr. At the beginning of November, Yu Xu just flight performance at this year’s Zhuhai air show.相关的主题文章:

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