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News Archive

  • Visiting Indian Military Officers Learn More of Wanni Operation during Meeting with Army Commander

    A VISITING delegation of Indian military officers who are currently following Higher Command Course of India met Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya this afternoon (26) at Army Headquarters as part of their familiarization with military establishments in Sri Lanka. The delegation, headed by Brigadier Moni Chandi and Brigadier Param Virsingh of the Directing Staff comprised ten senior officers from the Indian Army and three senior officers from the Indian Air Force. Prior to the meeting between the Army Commander and the delegation, Director General Operations at Army Headquarters.....

  • Final Touches to Matara 'Army Searchlight Tattoo' Underway


    Final arrangements are fast nearing completion to the year’s second mammoth spectacle, the ‘Army Searchlight Tattoo’ in the southern Matara town, during Sept 23-25, beginning at 2.30 p.m. on all three days. The fore-runner to the Army’s 62nd anniversary celebrations in early October, is to take place at Uyanwatta esplanade.....
  • 61 Division Celebrates 7th Anniversary

     
    61 Division Headquarters of the Security Force Headquarters - Wanni (SFHQ-W) celebrated its 7th anniversary with a series of programmes during May 29 - 30 under the directions of Brigadier W.A. Wanniarachchi, General Officer Commanding, 61 Division. To coincide with the anniversary, a foundation stone for a new main office complex was laid on 29 May by the General Officer Commanding.....
     
  • SAARC School Cadets Greet Commander

    A 28-member-team of school cadets from SAARC countries, now in Sri Lanka as part of their annual routine, interacted with the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya when they visited the Army Headquarters on Monday (18). Those school cadets from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal during their stay in Sri Lanka are expected to visit the National Cadet Corps at Rantembe and attend the competition for Herman Loose trophy among Sri Lankan cadets.

  • Newly Recruited Kilinochchi Woman Soldiers On Familiarization Tour to South


    Newly recruited 25 Army Tamil woman soldiers, who are undergoing recruit training course No.2 which is on process under the supervision of 6 Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps (SLAWC) under command to Security Force Headquarters Kilinochchi (SFHQ-KLN) participated for familiarization tour to the South recently.
     
     
  • Sri Lanka's Ambassador Greets Visiting Commander


    Sri Lanka’s Ambassador in the US Mr Jaliya Wickremasuriya accorded a warm welcome to Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, Commander of the Army when the latter paid a courtesy call to the  embassy in Washington D.C. on Monday (21) evening. Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, currently in the US attending the 60th Annual Meeting of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA)....
     
  • SLEME Colours Night Felicitates Outstanding Performers on Grand Scale


    Officers and Soldiers serving the Sri Lanka Electrical Mechanical Engineers (SLEME) Regiment of the Army on Sunday (18) night refreshed their memories and received their laurels for their achievements from the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya who graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
  • Career Training Lecture Held


    A special project to encourage unemployed young ones in Jaffna for career development in Information Technology (IT) and Shipping trade under the programme, NEET (Not in Education, not in Employment, not in Training), got underway, following an initiative taken by the Security Force Headquarters - Jaffna (SFHQ-J) on Friday (29). A selected group of 20 job aspirants listened to Mr T. Lingeshwaran, Director CINEC Campus.....
  • Navy Destroys LTTE Suicide Boats

    MULLAITTIVU: SRI Lanka Navy on duty in the seas off MULLAITTIVU confronted a cluster of LTTE attack boats during Sunday (26) wee hours and sank three of those vessels with terrorists on board. According to the Navy, at least 12 terrorists were confirmed killed and several were injured in confrontations that lasted for  a few hours. The cluster of LTTE attack boats had set off from VELLAMULLAIVAIKKAL shore around 1.00 a.m. for their latest futile mission.