The Army Training School (ATS) at Maduruoya declared opened its new multi-facility complex on 8 July by Brigadier K.A.W.N.H Bandaranayake USP, Commandant, ATS.
The first floor of the Senior Officers’ accommodation complex at Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police (SLCMP) Regimental Headquarters, Polhengoda still under construction was declared
Troops of 17 Corps of Engineer Services Regiment (17 CES) under command to the Security Force Headquarters - Central organized a Dhamma preaching, themed on ‘Sebala Sithata-Daham Sisila’ conducted by Ven. Welimada Saddasheela Thero on 8 July at 17 CES camp premises in Diyatalawa.
The Sri Lanka Light Infantry (SLLI) Regimental HQ expanding its welfare facilities further equipped the HQ complex with several new accommodation facilities made available to the troops on a conceptual notion of Major General C.D Weerasuriya RWP RSP ndu, Chief of Staff of the Army and Colonel of the Regiment of SLLI.
The 24 Infantry Division HQ with the aim of providing amusement and variety to the monotonous duty roles of soldiers serving in the HQ enabled soldiers to take their family members on picnic
Monday (3 July 2023) saw the Sri Lanka Light Infantry (SLLI) Regiment while expanding its welfare role further for the benefit of SLLI soldiers building two more new houses at Embilipitiya and Kuruwita to be in line with the SLLI's ongoing 'Housing Project' initiated by Major General C.D Weerasuriya RWP RSP ndu, Colonel of the Regiment SLLI and Chief of Staff.
Expanding its ongoing house-construction project of the Sri Lanka Light Infantry Regiment (SLLI), initiated by the Colonel of the Regiment and Chief of Staff of the Army, Major General C.D Weerasuriya RWP RSP ndu for the benefit of SLLI soldiers completed one more house for a deserving SLLI soldier and formally warmed it during a ceremony in Imaduwa Galle on Thursday (29).
Showing the highest degree of comradeship and consideration for basic human needs, All Ranks in Mullaittivu-based 68 Infantry Division HQ through their own funds and
To uplift soldiers' living standards and make them comfortable both at physical and mental levels, two more SLLI troops-constructed houses were vested in two homeless soldiers of the 1 Sri Lanka Light Infantry Regiment and the 6 Sri Lanka...
Following a conceptual notion given by Major General U.D Wijesekera RWP RSP USP rcds psc, Commander, Security Forces - East (SF-E), the Directorate of Engineering Services installed a Reverse Osmosis Plant (RO Plant) for water purification, manufactured by the Engineering Service Centre workshop at Habarakada.