|Director of Political Department of Zhejiang Military District|
2012 – February 2015
|Preceded by||Ma Jiali|
|Succeeded by||Shan Xiuhua|
|Political Commissar of Zhoushan Garrison Command|
|Preceded by||Lan Rongchong|
|Succeeded by||Feng Fuying|
|Born||January 1970 (age 52)|
Liquan County, Shaanxi, China
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Parent||Guo Boxiong (father)|
|Allegiance||People's Republic of China|
|Branch/service||People's Liberation Army Ground Force|
Guo Zhenggang (simplified Chinese: 郭正钢; traditional Chinese: 郭正鋼; pinyin: Guō Zhènggāng; born January 1970) is a former major general of the People's Liberation Army. He was detained by Chinese military authorities in February 2015, suspected of corruption.
Guo was born in Liquan County, Shaanxi, in January 1970, the son of Guo Boxiong, former Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission. He joined the military in March 1989.
Guo was transferred to work in Zhejiang province, and took on several positions in the city of Zhoushan, before being transferred to work for the provincial military district. In 2013, Guo became the Director of Political Department of Zhejiang Military District.
Guo attained the rank of Major General (shao jiang) on January 14, 2015. He was promoted to Deputy Political Commissar of Zhejiang Military District. On February 10, 2015, Guo was detained for investigation by military prosecution authorities.
Guo married Wu Fangfang (吴芳芳; born c. 1969), in the latter half of 2012. She was also detained by the authorities in early 2015.