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27th Garrison Division({zh|守备第27师}) was formed in summer 1964 in Tunchang, Hainan. The division acted as a mobile defense force of northern Hainan island. In 1970 the division was reorganized and renamed as 131st Army Division({zh|陆军第131师}). The division was then composed of: * 391st Infantry Regiment; * 392nd Infantry Regiment; * 393rd Infantry Regiment; * Artillery Regiment. In December 1979, 391st Infantry Regiment was detached and converted to . In 1985 the division was disbanded. All remnants were absorbed into 132nd Infantry Division.

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  • 27th Garrison Division({zh|守备第27师}) was formed in summer 1964 in Tunchang, Hainan. The division acted as a mobile defense force of northern Hainan island. In 1970 the division was reorganized and renamed as 131st Army Division({zh|陆军第131师}). The division was then composed of: * 391st Infantry Regiment; * 392nd Infantry Regiment; * 393rd Infantry Regiment; * Artillery Regiment. In December 1979, 391st Infantry Regiment was detached and converted to . In 1985 the division was disbanded. All remnants were absorbed into 132nd Infantry Division.
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  • 27th Garrison Division({zh|守备第27师}) was formed in summer 1964 in Tunchang, Hainan. The division acted as a mobile defense force of northern Hainan island. In 1970 the division was reorganized and renamed as 131st Army Division({zh|陆军第131师}). The division was then composed of: * 391st Infantry Regiment; * 392nd Infantry Regiment; * 393rd Infantry Regiment; * Artillery Regiment. In December 1979, 391st Infantry Regiment was detached and converted to . From July 1982 to March 1983, 392nd Infantry Regiment was deployed to Guangxi to take part in the Sino-Vietnam War. During its deployment the regiment inflicted about 50 casualties to confronting PAVN units. In 1985 the division was disbanded. All remnants were absorbed into 132nd Infantry Division.
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