Artillery it has that are really operational. This is because soldiers from top to bottom in the national army and from the grassroots will begin to report unrealistic logistics figures and conditions, so that the illusion of peace in the world can be maintained to please the senior generals and politicians above.” Yu Beichen, a retired army major general and former brigade commander of the Army's Armored 542 Brigade, speculated that Lieutenant Huang was probably caught in the predicament that logistics officers often encountered too many missing parts before his death.
Maybe when he was assigned to the fax number list maintenance factory, a large number of parts and tools in the factory had been lost or broken. If he reported so many missing parts, then the superiors would probably have to follow them. The original price of the astronomical claims. It is not impossible to fill in so many missing documents through the military channel without being held accountable, but the paperwork process is very complicated, and it requires the tolerance of the superiors to pass the test. The inexperienced Lieutenant Huang may not know how to apply.
What's more, a "vegetable" officer like him must also be concerned that reporting so many missing items at one time may lead to an investigation by the military's top management and other officers in the brigade to be dissatisfied. Online forums and discussion boards in Taiwan can be seen everywhere in the Internet "village" describing their miserable experience in the logistics situation when they were in the army. The positions of logistics units and armouries are almost unanimously identified as "vacancies" to be avoided. ".