Fully geared to receive more training-Army

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Army Commander Jagath Jayasuriya, who is currently visiting China, said that Sri Lanka armed forces are now fully geared to receive more and more training opportunities in peacetime Sri Lanka.

The army chief made this comment during his visit to the National Defence University (NDU) in China, the Army Headquarters in its website said.

Lt. Gen. Jayasuriya, “…urged NDU authorities to explore possibilities of expanding the allocation quota for Sri Lankan military intakes since the Sri Lankan armed forces are now fully geared to receive more and more training opportunities in peacetime Sri Lanka.”

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  • mohhar Saturday, 09 June 2012 09:30 AM

    Yes yes training much needed for Drainage Cleaning, Turfing on Ground & Road Sides as well as old government building repairs etc. But actually arm training is not at all necessary for them nowadays.

    Noor Sunday, 10 June 2012 08:14 AM

    So still war against terrorism not over in Sri Lanka?

    aberatna Saturday, 09 June 2012 01:57 PM

    If it is so we all like it.but we feel dout about everything in this period.

    People Saturday, 09 June 2012 03:05 PM

    Armed forces should be in full combat fitness all the time.

    ISSAAAAA Saturday, 09 June 2012 03:48 PM

    train more to safe guard all the rouges in the country....


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