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Graduated from the 22nd class, Political Warfare Cadres Academy.
Graduated from the 15th class, Aviation Officer Class, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Completed the conversion course in the B234 (CH-47) Helicopter, United States Boeing in 1985.
Completed the pilot transition course in the CH-47D Helicopter, United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in 1986.
Completed the instructor pilot course in the CH-47D Helicopter, United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in 1986.
Graduated from Army Command and Staff College, Tri-service University in 1993.
Graduated from War College, Tri-service University in 1995.


Captain of the 22nd Squadron of the 2nd Group, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Chief air inspector of the 2nd Group, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Operational training chief, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Chief Staff Officer of the 601st Brigade, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Chief of Aviation Section, Directorate of Operations, Army Command Headquarters.
Director of the Third Division (operational training), ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Brigadier of the 602nd Brigade, ROC Army Aviation and Special Forces Command.
Deputy Chief of Staff of Army Command Headquarters.
Executive and assistant under-Secretary, Under-Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Office, Ministry of National Defense.

In order to exploit the advantages of airborne rescue resources, the Executive Yuan approved the program of consolidate all governmental aviations. The program merges the Airborne Squadron of National Police Agency, the Preparatory Office of the Airborne Fire Fighting Squadron of National Fire Agency, the Aviation Team of Civil Aeronautics Administration of Ministry of Transportation and Communications, and the Air Patrol Squadron of the Coast Guard Administration into a single agency, the National Airborne Service Corps(NASC)on March 10,2004. The NASC is responsible for five major tasks:Search and Rescue, Disaster Relief, Emergency Medical Services, Reconnaissance and Patrol, and Transportation.
  • 1. Plan, coordinate, and implement airborne services .
  • 2. Develop and improve airborne services .
  • 3. Plan and implement flight operations, aircraft engineering services, and logistic support for airborne services .
  • 4. Plan and implement training programs for airborne services .
  • 5. Provide support for air rescue actions in natural disasters and severe accidents .
  • 6. Provide support for air rescue actions in mountains and water rescue actions on rivers and sea .
  • 7. Provide air ambulance services for emergency medical cases, such as patient transfer and organ transplants .
  • 8. Observe disasters; carry out air surveillance and tracking of criminal offenders in emergency situations, sea (coast) reconnaissance and patrol, surveillance of the traffic, air patrol reporting, investigation of the environmental pollutions, and air survey and aerial photography for the National Land Comprehensive Development Plan .
  • 9. Provide support for air transportation of rescue (survey) personnel, equipment, and goods .
  • 10. Perform air rescue exercise, training, and other related actions .
  • 11. Provide other air support service.

NASC Organization Division

NASC sets 1 Director-general Chief, 2 Director-general Deputy, 1 executive secretary, and also including Aviation Safety Division, Aviation Mission Division, Maintenance Division, Secretariat, Personnel Office, Civil Service Ethics Office and 3 Service Brigades, 10 units in total.

NASC Organization Division


The director-general manages the Corps’ businesses and also commands and supervises his Corps’ members.

Deputy Director-general:
The deputy director-general assists the director-general in managing the Corps’ businesses. The director-general may assign the deputy director-general to be responsible for supervising and coaching the flight and ground safety businesses of this Corps.
Telephone: 886-2-8912-7003

Deputy Director-general:
The deputy director-general assists the director-general in managing the Corps’ businesses. The director-general may assign the deputy director-general to be responsible for supervising and coaching the flight and ground safety businesses of this Corps.

Chief Secretary :
I. Approving and determining on behalf of the draft documents.
II. Handling confidential and important documents.
III. Coordinating with each unit and approving the authority and responsibility issues.
IV. Sponsoring important meetings.
V. Other assignment items.
Chief Secretary:LIN,KUO-CHIANG

Aviation Safety Division:
I.Planning and execution of the corps’ aviation safety monitoring mechanism and flight safety management.
II. Preventive planning and execution on enclave safety incidents.
III. Investigation, analysis, review and examination of enclave safety incidents.
IV. Enclave safety orientation training, audit planning and execution.
V. Enclave safety-related meeting’s convening and participation.
VI. Enclave safety information exchange with relevant local/foreign entities.
VII. Promulgating/amending, campaigning, promoting and executing enclave safety-related regulations.
VIII. Other pertinent enclave safety matters.

Aviation Mission Division :
I. The flight administration and airborne service command work’s planning, supervision and execution.
II. Planning, supervision and implementation of fleet-base allocation and aircraft deployment.
III. Flight operation plan’s formulating, supervision, execution and airborne support cases’ dispatch acceptance, command control and coordinating contact.
IV. Setup liaison protocol with Aviation Control authorities.
V. Emergency distress rescue takeoff/landing site’s survey, coordination and the emergency response team, forward command center’s lunching planning, supervision and execution.
VI. Planning, supervision and execution of flight duty personnel’s duty attendance, exercise and training.
VII. Planning, supervision and follow-up evaluation on pilot qualification certification, assessment and cockpit flight audit.
VIII. Formulating, execution of accords between mutual duty-supporting agencies, the joint duty personnel’s training, spearheading guidance.
IX. Land-air communication system and information operation’s planning, installation, management and maintenance.
X. Other issues concerning Aviation Missions.

Maintenance Division:
I. Planning, supervision and implementation of aircraft maintenance.
II. Compilation of Plans on Aircraft Performance Improvement and Aircraft Renovation.
III. Planning and Supervision of outsourced aircraft maintenance.
IV. Planning, supervision and implementation of supplies of aviation equipment, aviation fuel and tools. V. Planning and supervision of preventive maintenance plans.
VI. Planning, supervision and implementation of aircraft maintenance training.
VII. Management of pertaining certificates of aircraft maintenance issues.
VIII. Management and utilization of Technical Bulletins and other documentation on technologies.
IX. Compilation and management of manuals concerning Aircraft Maintenance issues.
X. Other issues concerning Aircraft Maintenance. 。

I. Arrangement of joint briefing and meetings.
II. Public Relations and New Release issues.
III. Chops, Seals, Rules and Manuals and Documentation Processing.
IV. Files Management.
V. Research, sorting, compilation, and consulting on pertaining statutes.
VI. Processing of National Compensation incidents.
VII. Management of Cashier, Financial, Construction, Procurement and other issues.
VIII. Other pertaining secretarial issues.

Personnel Office :
In charge of personnel issues of NASC.

Accounting Office:
In charge of annual budgeting, accounting and statistics issues of NASC.

Civil Service Ethics Office:
In charge of Civil Service Ethics issues of NASC.
Telephone: 886-2-8912-7020

Service Brigades (3):
I. Implementation and supporting missions of airborne rescues on calamities,incidents, medical care, as well as of aerial scout, patrol and transportation.
II. Supervision and assessment of personnel, mission and task performancesof all subsidiary units.
III. Other issues relating to mission and tasks.

Brigade 1
  • Commander:
  • Synopsis:Service area by north area primarily, including keelung, Taipei, Taotuan, Hsinchu, Yilan, Hualian and Mazu area and so on.
  • Telephone:886-2-2715-5584
Brigade 2
  • Joint-Appointment Commander:LIN,LI-WEI
  • Synopsis:The service area is mainly located in the middle, including Miaoli, Taizhong, Nantou, Yunlin, Zhanghua and Jinmeng ...etc.
  • Telephone:886-4-2615-1995
Brigade 3
  • Joint-Appointment Commander:
  • Synopsis:The service area is mainly located in the south, including Jiayi, Tainan, Gaoxiong, Pindong, Taidong, Penghu, Lanxin and Green Island ...etc.
  • Telephone:886-7-8036-413
  • Promulgated and announced on June 22, 2005 per Zhong-tung-hwa-zhong-yi-yi-zi No. 09400091961 order, covering the full text comprising 7 articles;
    The Executive Yuan is to define the law’s implementation date via a directive; to be implemented as of November 9, 2005.
    Amended on August 21, 2013 per Zhong-tung-hwa-zhong-yi-yi-zi No. 10200156171;
    implemented on October 14, 2013 per Xin-zheng-yuan-yuan-shou-yan-zhong-zi No. 1022260895 directive, effective on January 1, 2014.

  • Article 1
    To carry out the organization of air service transactions, execution and support of air search and rescue, disaster relief , emergency medical services, reconnaissance and patrol, and transportation, the Ministry of Interior established the National Airborne Service Corps (herein referred to as "the Corps").
  • Article 2
    The Corps shall be in charge of the following functions:
    1. Organization, coordination, execution, and research and development of the airborne service system.
    2. Organization and execution of airborne service, aviation affair maintenance affair, logistics and supply, and training.
    3. Support of air disaster relief including various natural disasters and major accidents.
    4. Support of air rescue including mountain search and rescue, swift water search and rescue, and maritime search and rescue.
    5. Support of air medical rescue including emergency medical services, hospital medical evacuation, and organ transplant.
    6. Support of air observation reconnaissance patrol that supports disaster surveillance, major criminal offender surveillance and tracking, regular maritime patrol, traffic patrol, environmental pollution inspection, and territorial planning air surveys.
    7. Support of air transportation of rescuers, disaster investigators, equipment and materials.
    8. Exercise training in air search and rescue and disaster relief.
    9. Other tasks related to airborne service.
  • Article 3
    The Corps shall have one Director-general of a rank equivalent to a senior appointment at the thirteenth (13th) grade; two Deputy Director-general of a rank equivalent to a senior appointment at the twelfth (12th) grade.
  • Article 4
    The Corps shall have one chief secretary of a rank equivalent to a senior appointment at the eleventh (11th) grade.
  • Article 5
    The scale of the positions and the number of personnel of official rank of the Corps shall be stipulated in a staffing chart.
  • Article 6
    The personnel who undergo employment transfers in conjunction with the transformation of their agencies upon the approval of special examination by the original organization they serve shall from November 9th, 2005, the enforcement date of the Act, be exempt from the restrictions upon special tests, special appointments, and transfers prescribed in the Civil Service Examination Act, the Civil Service Appointment Act, and civil service special examination regulations; provided, however, that when next transferred they may only go to either a government agency that personnel who passed the original special examination were eligible to go to, or to the Corps.
  • Article 7
    The date of enforcing the Act shall be determined by the Executive Yuan.