Martyr Mohammad Hejazi

Brigadier General Seyed Mohammad Hosseinzadeh Hejazi was born in Isfahan in 1956. After completing his primary and secondary education, he accepted a postgraduate degree in public administration in Tehran. Hejazi is a PhD student in the Faculty of National Defense in the field of strategic management and also a member of the faculty of Imam Hussein University. Entering the Higher School of Defense created the grounds for his presence in the IRGC. So that he started his services as an active member from the days of the Revolution and the formation of the Basij and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. In addition to his work, Sardar Hejazi also dealt with scientific and educational affairs. With the beginning of the siege of Kurdistan and West Azerbaijan, Sardar Hejazi, like his other comrades, went to the troubled areas to defend the people of those areas with the cooperation of other members of the IRGC and the Basij, and to clean the area from the presence of miscreants. During the years of the Holy Defense, Sardar Hejazi was responsible for sending troops to the southern fronts. The deputy commander of the IRGC in the fourth region of the country, the deputy commander of Salman operational base in the middle and western fronts and the deputy commander of the IRGC base in Quds were among his records during the holy defense. Sardar Hejazi also has the record of coordinator, deputy of human resources and commander of the Basij resistance force in his record. In 2007, he was appointed as the Chief of the Joint Staff of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps by a decree of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and in 2008 he was appointed as the Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the IRGC. The responsibility of the Deputy for Preparedness and Industrial Support of the General Staff of the Armed Forces is another Hejazi record in the Armed Forces.