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News Archive

  • Commander Pays a Surprise Visit to Suriyawewa Cricket Stadium to See Army's Construction Role

    The Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, now in Kataragama area, attending to the eleventh hour arrangements, related to Army’s role at the National Independence Day parade and the ‘Deyata Kiruala’ Exhibition site, paid a surprise visit to the construction site of the Suriyawewa International Cricket Stadium Wednesday (02) morning with a view to assessing the work being carried out by the Army’s Corps of Engineer Services (CES).

  • 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.....
  • 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.
  • Orphanage Children Given Training by Woman Officers

    Woman officers of 6 (v) Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps (SLAWC) with the blessings of the Security Forces Headquarters, Kilinochchi (SFHQ-KLN) offered their expertise and trained inmates at Kilinochchi Ashram Maha Deva Children’s Orphanage in flower making and English language during a recent workshop.

  • Army Set to Produce One More International Cricketer

    Sri Lanka Army cricketers received another stimulus when their right arm leg spinner, Lance Corporal Prasanna Sekkuge was selected to play the Sri Lanka ‘A’ Cricket Team in the forthcoming tour of England (17 July - 19 August, 2011). Prasanna Sekkuge as one of the budding cricketers in the Army has already represented Sri Lanka ‘A’ Cricket Team during last year’s Australian tour, triangle series, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka and Canada, Ireland and Sri Lanka.
  • 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)....
  • 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.....
  • Commander's Initiative, Regimental Housing Project for Fallen War Hero Families Almost Completed

    The novel ‘House Construction’ project at all regimental levels for families of fallen War Heroes and differently able soldiers which saw its birth as a conceptual notion of the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Crisanthe De Silva, is fast nearing completion by fourth week of September, 2015. To be in line with the Commander's noble visionary project, 18 Regiments swiftly jumped into action and......
  • Advancing Troops Capture One More Terrorist Earth Bund & Weapons

    MULLAITTIVU & EAST: TROOPS, engaged in the final phase of the battle to eliminate LTTE terrorism confronted terrorists in PUTHUKKUDIYIRUPPU area and captured another earth bund built by the terrorists in KARIYAMULLIVIKAI on Friday (27).  In search operations that followed, six dead bodies of terrorists,  seven T - 56 weapons , three communication sets, one mortar, one General Purpose  Machine Gun (GPMG), one motor cycle, one boat , one 60 mm mortar base plate and four hand grenades were recovered by the troops from those areas.