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News Archive

  • Commander's Visit Covers More Peripheral Units

    The third leg of the Army Commander's Haiti visit commenced on Thursday (22) with more visits to peripheral Sri Lankan Battalion's (SRIBAT) Company Headquarters, away from Leogane. The 'A' Company Headquarters in the Brache Sector, the closest one to the Leogane Headquarters warmly received the visiting Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya and was conducted to meet special guests and other invitees, awaiting his arrival at the Headquarters.
  • Kattudi Vinayagar Pre-school Gets a New School Building

    Then Newly constructed building for use of kids at Kattudi Vinayagar Pre-school at Manipay was symbolically handed over to school authorities recently. 11 Sri Lanka Sinha Regiment (SLSR) troops under 513 Brigade having observed the status of the old school building volunteered to construct a new building. At the request made by troops, Munchee brand of Ceylon Biscuits Limited (CBL) provided Rs 400,000..............
  • Troops Bid Farewell to Outgoing Commander of SFHQ-C

    A Guard Turn Out and a Guard of Honour saluted the outgoing Major General A.M. Perera in accordance with military traditions to mark the relinquishment of his   appointment as Commander, Security Force Headquarters – Central  (SFHQ- C) during a formal farewell, held at the SFHQ- C premises on Thursday (26).
  • Twins & Four Brothers in three Families Join Army

    THE ISLAND’S history, records many occasions where members of the same family joined the Armies to protect the country when the need demanded patriotic countrymen to go to the battlefield during invasions or other threats. Some brave youths, even in the recent past never missed that opportunity and made their contributions to serve the country through soldiering. Three such instances came to limelight at the recent passing out parade of Officer Cadets at the Sri Lanka Military Academy (SLMA) in Diyatalawa when it was revealed that six brothers including twins were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the Sri Lanka Army.

  • Army Rebrands Its Resorts & Marks Another Milestone, Entering Hospitality Industry

    Sri Lanka Army, fully attuned to the fast-swelling demand in the country’s flourishing hospitality industry rebranded its three eco-friendly holiday resorts on Thursday evening (8) as ‘Lāya’ Hotel chain during a re-launching ceremony at Waters Edge, Battaramulla. Rebranding of the famous Wadduwa Resort as ‘Lāya Beach’.......

    Flash !

    MORE THAN seventy LTTE terrorists including second-tier leaders were reportedly feared killed in a series of confrontations when those terrorists attempted to storm 59 Division troops held-areas away from the NANTHI KADAL lagoon using fast attack boats during early hours on Sunday (17). Remaining Tiger terrorists now finding it difficult to survive in the 1-2 square km patch were trying to cause the maximum damage to the troops by launching these lagoon-oriented assaults. At the time this report was filed troops were collecting the dead bodies of those Tigers.  

  • Sri Lankan Relief Contingent in Nepal Returns Home to a Warm Welcome

    Having kept the Sri Lankan National Flag flying nearly for 16 days while showing earthquake-affected Nepalese that ‘We are also concerned as part of the relief solution to them’, the Sri Lankan tri-service rescue and relief contingent, returned home Monday (11) evening to a warm welcome at the Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA).
  • Troops Find 1000 GPMG Ammo Rounds

    NORTH: ARMY troops continuing their search and clear operations in the general areas of MANNAR, KADIRANKULAM, PULLAYANPOKKANAI, WERAVIL, TAPPUKULAM, UDAYARKATTUKULAM and PUTHUKKUDIYIRUPPU on Thursday (10) recovered one T-56 weapon, fifty-three hand grenades, two 120 mm mortar bombs, forty-eight 60 mm mortar bombs, ten 60 mm mortar illuminating bombs, nine 60 mm mortar fuses, one hundred and six 60 mm mortar high explosive bombs, 1 kg of C-4 explosives, two electric detonators, sixty-four Rocket Propelled Grenades.....

  • President Rajapaksa Commends Army's Relief Roles & Contribution to Development

    A state-of-the-art, ‘Lakviru Sevana’, Ven. Elle Gunawansa Thera’s conceptual model for sale of varieties of products, crafted by disable War Heroes of Tri-services, saw its birth Monday (10) afternoon at Battaramulla, Pelawatte. His Excellency, the President Mahinda Rajapaksa who is also the Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces as Chief Guest on the occasion, declared open this long-felt requirement, the new ‘Lakviru Sevana’, amidst all the pomp and ceremony. This venue will showcase talents and skills of our disable War Heroes.