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News Archive

  • 59 Division Anniversary Events Select 'Strongest Soldier'


    Religious and military formalities marked the series of the 7th anniversary commemorative arrangements of the 59 Division Headquarters of the Security Force Headquarters-Mullaittivu (SFHQ-MLT). On the directions of Brigadier N.A.P.C Napagoda, General Officer Commanding (GOC), 59 Division, the ceremonies started with an all night Pirith chanting plus a Heel Daana (breakfast), the following day (Dec 12). 
  • Educational Seminar Helps O/L Students


    211 Brigade Headquarters in Vavuniya on the instructions of the Security Forces Headquarters, Wanni (SFHQ-W) launched a project to assist G.C.E (O/L) students by conducting a seminar for them at Vavuniya Periyakomarshankulam Maha Vidyalaya on Monday (3). The seminar attended by over 175 students was sponsored by Vavuniya People’s Bank at the invitation of the 211 Brigade Headquarters.

  • Double Delight for Army SC in Jaffna


    The Army football team created history by winning both the Cargills Food City FA Cup and the Champions of Champions trophy beating the DCL champs Air Force on penalties to become champs of champions of champions in front of more than 10,000 football fans in Jaffna. Both......
     
     
  • Commander Extending a Warm Welcome to Delegates Highlights Manifold Military Roles in Post Conflict Civil Cooperation


    Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, extending a warm welcome to the delegates attending the ‘Defence Seminar – 2012’ at Colombo Galadari Hotel underlined that the case in Sri Lanka’s post-conflict situation necessitated the engagement of the Sri Lankan Armed Forces for Civil Community, Civil Ministries, Civil Military Cooperation and in Reconstruction since the three-decade conflict had left the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka in disarray.
     
  • Commander Shares Views with Hospital Inmates


    Lieutenant General A. W. J. Crishanthe De Silva, the new Commander of the Army, just hours after assumption of office this morning (23), went to see the well-being of the hospital inmates at the Narahenpita Military Hospital, together with several senior officers. Lieutenant General De Silva speaking to a section of those inmates shared views with them and made inquiries into their well-being and gave away some gift parcels.
  • Historic Gun Battle Memories at Elephant Pass Immortalized

    IMMORTALIZING memories of the fierce gun battles, fought by valiant War Heroes at the strategic Elephant Pass, a special War Hero Memorial, erected in honour of fallen War Heroes, was ceremonially unveiled by Secretary Defence Mr Gotabaya Rajapaksa Friday (30) morning, amidst a pantheon of military chiefs, including Chief of Defence Staff, Commander of the Army and Commander of the Navy. Elephant Pass War Hero Memorial, a fitting tribute to the memory.....

  • Splendours of 'Poson' Festival Assumes More Colourfulness And Grandeur As SVAB Joins Army In Devotional Song Presentation

     
    A rare spectacle of ‘Poson’ devotional songs, coloured with symbolic events of historic importance was staged at the Army Gymnasium Panagoda by Army personnel and their family members on Sunday (19) evening before a galaxy of distinguished guests.  Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya accompanied by President Seva Vanitha Army Branch (SVAB) Mrs. Manjulika Jayasuriya graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
     
  • Tri-Service Commanders Inspect 'Victory Day Parade' Rehearsals


    Prior to the final few days before the fifth ‘Victory Day’ parade at Matara, Chief of Defence Staff, General Jagath Jayasuriya, Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Jayanath Colombage, Commander of the Air Force, Air Marshal, K.A Gunatilleke, Inspector General of the Police (IGP), N.K. Illangakoon.....
     
  • Another Yoga Course Commences in Kilinochchi


    The third Yoga course, with the motive of enhancing discipline, mental and physical strengths of military personnel serving the Security Force Headquarters-Kilinochchi (SFHQ-KLN) commenced on 23rd April at the Advanced Infantry Platoon Training (APIT) school, Bharathipuram. The course will continue until 28 May with the participation of 54 other ranks.