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News Archive

  • Maiden Package Tour of War Hero Family Members to Dambadiva Ready

    The Army-managed Air Travel Services (Pvt) Ltd, now fully operational with air travel ticketing to many a world-wide destination, is set to inaugurate its first package tour to the land of Buddha, Dambadiva with thirty pilgrims for the first pilgrmage. The group comprised of members of War Hero families.....
  • Guess What LTTE was to Do with This Monster !

    MULLAITTIVU: EYEBROWS were raised when the troops dominating areas deep down in IRATTAVAIKKAL after terrorists were evicted, came across one more huge monstrous cylindrical metal structure, identical to a device that enables to live underwater. (See photos).Tigers appeared to have been weilding the structure just before the troops rolled in, as all the hallmarks confirmed. This 360-ft long and 25 ft wide structure, apparently compartmentalized into three major sections, i.e. front (engine), office and the rear (relatively bigger), has been made of strong iron, and set on iron rails, like a railway carriage. In addition, a huge 300 ft-long canal with 30 ft deep water that leads to the seas beyond, has been dug touching this underwater structure, enabling it to float directly into the seas at any given time after induction. A few rotor blades that had been kept dismantled and hidden by terrorists were also found by the troops.

  • Comfortable Victory Recorded for Army Ruggerites

    Sri Lanka Army Rugby Team recorded a comfortable victory against Sri Lanka Police ruggerites, securing 41 points against 20 at Police Park Ground, Colombo on Sunday (4) during the ongoing tournament.  At the first half, Police players playing aggressively collected more points but the Army team, captained by Rohitha Rajapaksa, showed its colours as the game became more tense in the second half.
  • Rehabilitated Tiger (LTTE) Youths Re-join Their Families

    A LARGE number of young men and women who had been active members or supporters of the LTTE and later surrendered or fell into custody of the Security Forces found their new life subsequent to the rehabilitation offered to them by the government. After initial inquiries, they were directed to the rehabilitation centre at Thelippalai in Jaffna under patronage and supervision of Security Forces Headquarters-Jaffna (SFHQ-J).

  • Anniversary's Religious Segment Culminates with Pirith Chanting & Alms Giving

    An all-night Pirith chanting ceremony at Panagoda Sri Bodhi Rajaramaya (Army temple) Friday (5) evening, led by Ven Dr Ittepaane Sri Dhammalankara Anunayaka Thero of Kotte Sri Kalyani Samagri Dharma Maha Sangha Sabha, invoked blessings on the country, HE the President and forthcoming Sri Lanka Army’s 63rd Anniversary and Army Day (October 10).
  • SFHQ Wanni Greets the New Year

    DAWN of the New Year 2010 was marked at Security Forces Headquarters - Wanni (SFHQ-W) during a simple ceremony on 01st January morning on the directions of the Wanni Commander Major General Kamal Gunaratne. The chief guest on the occasion, Brigadier M.A.M Dias hoisted the National Flag and inaugurated the event. Recital of National anthem and Army song followed as troops stood in attention. Reading of the service oath afterwards added a new flavour to the occasion. The New Year message of the Commander was also read out by the chief guest. The proceedings ended after a tea party. 

  • New Master General Ordnance Begins Work

    Major General L.B.R Mark assumed duties as the new Master General Ordnance at Master General Ordnance (MGO) Branch at Army Headquarters on Friday (10). Major General Mark was the former Commander, Security Force Headquarters - Mullaittivu (SFHQ-MLT) before he was appointed to this new appointment at Army Headquarters.
  • Popularity for 'Ranaviru Real Star' Rising

    Ranaviru Real Star’ (Stage II), the mega reality show that brings musical talents of tri-service War Heroes to the fore is to be a smash hit shortly considering the huge popularity it is gaining as days pass by. Over 3000 Army personnel serving areas under Security Forces Headquarters, Kilinochchi during September 17-19 showed up at Kilinochchi Commando Brigade Headquarters to face initial selection interviews.
  • Students & Soldiers in Kilinochchi Get Christmas Gifts

    To coincide with the Christmas festival, 573 Brigade Headquarters under the Security Forces Headquarters – Kilinochchi (SFHQ-KLN) gave away school books and accessories to 20 students during a Christmas celebration at St. Xavier Church at Welikandal, Kilinochchi. The event, attended by the Commander, SFHQ-KLN, Major General Udaya Perera as the Chief Guest saw a large gathering of Christians, taking part in the arrangement on December 20, 2012.
  • MSTS Riflemen Recognized with Prizes Awarded by Commander

    Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, Commander of the Army as the second segment of his itinerary in Diyatalawa on Thursday (27), took part in the prize-giving ceremony for best shooters and snipers who shone in the Inter Regiment Practical Rifle Meet - 2014, organized by Diyatalawa Marksmanship and Sniper Training School (MSTS) at the Field Firing Range.