Brigadier General Valiollah Fallahi
Kulej, Taleghan County, Iran
|Died||September 29, 1981 (aged 49–50)|
Kahrizak District, Iran
|Years of service||1951–1981|
|Unit||92nd Armored Division|
|Commands held||Ground Force|
|Awards||Order of Nasr|
Valiollah Fallahi (1931 – 29 September 1981), was a military officer and prominent figure during the Iran–Iraq War.
On 29 September 1981, he died along with several other top commanders, including General Javad Fakouri (Air Force Commander), General Yousef Kolahdouz (Acting Commander of the Revolutionary Guards), Brigadier General Seyed Mousa Namjoo (Defence Minister) and Commander Jahanara in a plane crash that was due to land in Tehran after take off from Ahvaz.
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as Commander of the Imperial Iranian Ground Force
| Commander of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces
| Chief-of-Staff of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army|