Inside the Navy
Local and Foreign Tenders
A Logistic Monitoring Cell has been established at the Naval Headquarters....
Our responsibility to the community
Salvage / Rescue Operations
Navy brings a severely injured fisherman ashore for medical treatment
Sri Lanka Navy brought ashore a severely injured fisherman, who had been onboard a fishing trawler named 'Ayodya' in deep southern sea, on 31st December 2015 for medical treatment.
Navy assists civilians to cross flooded bridge at Mandagal Aru
Promptly responding to the requests made by the Divisional Secretariat of Pooneryn and Nachchikuda police, the naval personnel attached to SLNS Buwaneka in Nachchikuda and the Rapid, Response, Rescue, and Relief Squadron (4Rs) personnel attached to SLNS Pandukabhaya in Poonewa assisted civilians to cross the flooded bridge on Mannar- Jaffna main road (A32) at Mandagal Aru on 15th and 16th November 2015.
Navy rescues 5 persons from floods
Naval troops attached to SLNS Walagamba rescued 5 persons on 14th November 2015 during their deployment on flood relief in the Kattakulam, Thiriyaya.
A patient reaches ashore with SLN assistance
In response to a request made to the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) Colombo manned by the Sri Lanka Navy, an SLN craft rendered assistance to bring an acutely ill patient who had been onboard the merchant tanker, Horin Trader, ashore for emergency medical treatment on 29th September 2015.
Public Relations Activities
Navy assists to arrest Muthurajawela oil spill
Sri Lanka Navy was able to minimize the environmental damage caused to the lagoon in Thaldiyawatte, Dikowita due to an oil spill that had occurred during the cleaning of a pipeline carrying oil to the Muthurajawela Oil Refinery Complex yesterday morning (31st December 2015).
Burnt house reconstructed with Navy manpower
Naval personnel attached to SLNS Agbo rendered assistance to reconstruct a house, which had been damaged by a fire.
Navy builds two Reverse Osmosis plants for community use at Poonewa and Kadawath Rambewa
The Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne declared open the two Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants built by the Navy for community use at Poonewa and Kadawath Rambewa on 22nd December 2015.
Navy organizes a Christmas festival for Delft
The Navy organized a Christmas festival for the residents of Delft on 21st December 2015.