A significant milestone was achieved in enhancing the wellbeing of the Army personnel as the newly built accommodation facility for Other Ranks and
Veterans of the Sri Lanka Sinha Regiment (SLSR) gathered for a momentous occasion at the 2 (V) SLSR in Kandy on 27 January 2024. Major General W.P.A.D.W Nanayakkara RSP VSV USP ndu, Commander, Security Forces - Wanni and Colonel of the Regiment, SLSR graced the occasion as the chief guest.
The newly renovated Corporals' Club of the Commando Regiment was officially inaugurated and vested in the troops of Commando Regiment on 27 December.
12 Gemunu Watch (12 GW), located in Aralaganwila, recently inaugurated its newly-renovated Officers’ Mess building on Monday (01 January), in the presence of the Commanding Officer of 12 GW, who attended as the chief guest.
Following the directive of Colonel B.Y.C Fernando RWP USP, Commander, 541 Infantry Brigade, an excursion was organized to temporarily extricate the troops of 541 Infantry Brigade from their routine duties, providing them with a well-deserved opportunity for relaxation and rejuvenation.
The Security Forces - Wanni (SF-Wanni) recently inaugurated a newly upgraded accommodation complex for troops stationed at the Vavuniya Bus Stand
In line with the vision of the President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to use renewable energy as a solution to the energy crisis in the country, Major General W.P.A.D.W Nanayakkara RSP VSV USP ndu, Commander, Security Forces-Wanni (SFHQ-W), inaugurated a new 125 kW solar power plant at the camp premises on 03 December. The plant will generate 15,000 kWh monthly for the national grid while concurrently contributing to the well-being of soldiers through the proceeds allocated to their welfare.
The Sri Lanka Army Service Corps (SLASC) troops, with the intention of fostering bonds of comradeship and goodwill, organized get-together events for retired officers and other ranks of SLASC. These events were...
In a bid to provide much-needed respite from their demanding daily routines, troops under the 68 Infantry Division recently embarked on a two-day excursion to Jaffna Peninsula...
The continuation of the Sri Lanka Light Infantry Regiment's (SLLI) housing project for Army personnel and their families resulted in the construction of one more house for a deserving SLLI soldier. The project, a conceptual notion was proposed by the former Colonel of the Regiment. The new house, located in Eppawala, Pahala Maragaswewa, Nochchiyagama was handed over to a deserving Non-Commissioned Officer from the 11 SLLI Regiment on Saturday (30 December).