|21st Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of China Armed Forces|
5 February 2009 – 15 January 2013
|Preceded by||Huo Shou-yeh|
|Succeeded by||Yen Ming|
|Deputy Minister of National Defense of the Republic of China|
|Preceded by||Chu Kai-sheng|
|Succeeded by||Chao Shih-chang|
|1st Commander of the Republic of China Navy|
17 February 2006 – 21 May 2007
|Preceded by||himself (as Commander-in-Chief)|
|Succeeded by||Wang Li-sheng|
|18th Commander-in-Chief of the Republic of China Navy|
16 February 2006 – 17 February 2006
|Preceded by||Chen Pang-chi|
|Succeeded by||himself (as Commander)|
Qingzhen, Guizhou, Republic of China
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Alma mater||Republic of China Naval Academy|
|Awards||Order of Blue Sky and White Sun|
|Allegiance||Republic of China|
|Service/branch||Republic of China Navy|
|Years of service||1969–present|
|Battles/wars||Third Taiwan Strait Crisis|
Lin Chen-yi (Chinese: 林鎮夷; pinyin: Lín Zhènyí) is an admiral of the Republic of China Navy in Taiwan. He was the Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of China Armed Forces between 2009 and 2013, and also the last senior admiral/general in the military after the new law that claims "to promoted as the senior general/admiral must have been in wartime".
- Executive Yuan
- Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of China
- Republic of China Armed Forces
- Republic of China Armed Forces rank insignia
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