What are the little stories about Lei Feng? Lei Feng, a comrade who wholeheartedly serves the people, a soldier of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, a great communist soldier. As an ordinary soldier of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, Lei Feng has helped countless people in his short life. Here is an introduction to Lei Feng's story :
Lei Feng (December 18, 1940-August 15, 1962), formerly known as Lei Zhengxing, was born in Changsha, Hunan. Chinese People's Liberation Army soldier, communist fighter. He joined the Chinese Youth Vanguard in 1954, joined the People's Liberation Army in 1960, and joined the Communist Party of China in November of the same year. In May 1961, Lei Feng, as a candidate for the regiment, was elected as the representative of the Fourth People's Congress of Fushun City, Liaoning Province. On February 19, 1962, Lei Feng attended the first Communist Youth League Conference of the Shenyang Military Region as a specially invited representative and was elected as a member of the Bureau to speak at the conference. On August 15, 1962, Lei Feng was killed at the age of 22 because of public office.
Lei Feng's story 1: A thousand miles on a business trip, a good thing made a train
Lei Feng went to Anton on a business trip to participate in the Shenyang Army Engineering Corps military sports training team. He traveled a thousand miles and did a train for good things.
As soon as he got on the train from Fushun, he saw that the train crew was busy and started to do it. Wipe the floor, clean the glass, clean up the small tables, pour water for passengers, help women hold children, find seats for the elderly, and pick up and drop off passengers with large luggage. After these things were done, he took out the newspaper he had brought with him, read the newspaper to the unspeakable traveler, and promoted the party's policies. Busy all the way to Shenyang.
When changing trains at Shenyang Station, he found that the ticket gate was noisy and surrounded a group of people. A short while ago, it turned out that a middle-aged woman had no ticket and had to get on the bus.
The more people surrounded, the more the road was blocked. Lei Feng approached the aunt and said:
"You don't have a ticket, why insist on getting in the car?"
The aunt explained with anxiety and sweat: "Comrade, I didn't have a ticket. I came to see my husband from my hometown in Shandong to Jilin. Somehow I lost my ticket and money."
Lei Feng heard what she said was true and said, "Don't worry, come with me."
He led Auntie to the ticket office, made up a ticket with his allowance, shoved her into her hand and said, "Get on the car, the car is about to drive." That aunt said, "Comrade, what is your name, Which unit, I'll send you the money. "Lei Feng laughed," I'm the People's Liberation Army, and I live in China. "Then he turned away. The aunt came to the carriage and moved to tears and waved to him.
Lei Feng returned from Anton and changed trains in Shenyang. He carried his backpack, and when he crossed the underpass, he saw an old lady with white hair, holding a stick, carrying a big bag, struggling step by step, Lei Feng stepped forward and asked, "Madam, you come Where to go? "
The old man said out of breath: "He came from Kannai and went to Fushun to see his son!"
As soon as Lei Feng heard that he was on the same road, he immediately took over the big baggage and held the old man in his hand and said, "Go, ma'am, I will send you to Fushun."
The old man took a good sip and praised him.
After entering the compartment, he found a seat for the aunt, and stood next to him, took out the bread she just bought, stuffed one in the hand of the aunt, and the old woman pushed out and said:
"Child, you are not hungry, you eat it!"
"You're welcome, ma'am, eat! Let's hungry first."
Lei Feng's affectionate title of "child, child" gave him a great deal of affection. He felt as if his mother was calling him by his nickname. He was beside the old man and broke up with him. The old man said that his son was a worker and had been out for several years. This is her first visit and she doesn't know where she lives yet. Then, he took out a letter and Lei Feng took it. He didn't know the address above, but he knew the old man's eagerness to find his son, and said, "Ma'am, don't worry, I will help you find him."
Lei Feng said everything. When he arrived in Fushun, he took the burden of the old man, supported the old man, and asked about it in the east and west. After more than two hours, he found the old man's son.
These things were later known to comrades-in-arms. Someone commented:
"Hey, Lei Feng traveled a thousand miles, and a good thing made a train!"
Lei Feng didn't take it seriously.