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
Underwater humanitarian assistance by Sri Lanka Navy Divers
Assistance of Navy Divers was rendered under the leadership of LCdr (CDO) DMRE Dissanayaka to recover a body of an elderly male person drowned in the deep well today (24), widely known as bottomless well in Nilavarai, Jaffna.
Navy and Coast Guard personnel rescue 3 persons drowning in the sea off Gopalpuram
The naval personnel attached to SLNS Vijayaba in Nilawely and the life savers of the Sri Lanka Coast Guard rescued 3 persons drowning in the sea off Gopalpuram on 12th April 2016. The rescued persons were aged 16 and 18 who are residents of Ulapane.
Navy divers recover two dead bodies of drowned persons
Navy divers attached to the South-Eastern Naval Command recovered two dead bodies of a man and woman drowned in Kottukalli waters Ampara, yesterday morning (5).
The navy assists to transfer a critically ill fisherman ashore
The Sri Lanka Navy today (27) assisted the Department of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources to transfer a critically ill fisherman who went on fishing on 17 this month on a multi - day fishing trawler from the Negombo fisheries harbor.
Public Relations Activities
His Excellency the President hands over the 5th consignment of Navy’s Thalassemia Infusion Systems
The free distribution of 275 Thalassemia Infusion Systems produced by the Sri Lanka Navy came about today (2) at the President’s Residence Colombo under the patronage of His Excellency the President Maithreepala Sirisena.
Navy extends financial assistance to a student who passed the G.C.E. O/L Examination with flying colours
Tharushi Anjalika the daughter of Sri Lanka Navy’s retired Master Chief Petty Officer Adhikaramlage Indika, who achieved the 7th place in all island ranking of GCE O/L examination, was awarded with a sum of Rs. 100,000 to be used for her higher education purposes.
Officer Under Trainees of Sri Lanka and Indian navies engage in a beach cleaning activity
The Officer Under Trainees (OUTs) belonging to the Sri Lanka Navy and Indian Navy’s First Training Squadron, onboard INS Tir, INS Sujata and Indian Coast Guard Ship Varuna who arrived in Sri Lanka on 15th April 2016 on a training visit, engaged in a series of joint-exercises today (16).
Navy conducts two blood donation camps
According to concept of the patron of Shraddha TV and Radio Network, Rev Aludeniye Subodhi Thera and under the guidance of the Commander of the Navy Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne, two blood donation camps were conducted in the Western and Eastern Naval Commands during the last few days.