Navy conducts landing exercise

12 June 2016 09:20 am - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The landing exercise of the second amphibious operation course carried out by the Navy’s Patrolman Branch, came to an end in Vakarei on Thursday. The seven week course which commenced on April 27 at the SLNS Barana, in Mullikulam largely consisted of amphibious operation exercises, camping exercises and entrenchment exercises and was followed by 11 officers and 108 sailors.
Commander Eastern Naval Area, Rear Admiral Travis Sinniah graced the occasion as the chief guest at the invitation of the Course Officer, Director Naval Land Operation, Commodore Udeni Serasinghe. A host of senior naval officers and officers from tri-services also attended this occasion.

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  • ANTON Sunday, 12 June 2016 12:53 PM

    WHAT MADE THEM DO THIS ? ....... I KNOW !!!

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