To be an effective instrument to the Government Endeavour to cultivate national harmony in Jaffna Peninsula through uplifting the physical quality of life and spiritual value of the people.
16th September 2020 17:01:49 Hours
Security Forces Headquarters – Jaffna which always endure to uplift the standards of training programmes for under command troops, organized a lecture on Human Rights & International Humanitarian Law to educate the Officers and Other Ranks serving in Jaffna peninsula on Wednesday 16 September 2020 under the guidance of the Commander Security Forces – Jaffna, Major General Senarath Bandara.
05th September 2020 13:49:24 Hours
Forty six Officer Cadets of Intake 88, from the Sri Lanka Military Academy paid a visit to Security Forces Headquarters - Jaffna on 04th and 05th September 2020. The visit was scheduled as a part of their training curriculum.
04th September 2020 14:25:52 Hours
Brigadier Kithsiri Liyanage assumed duties as General Officer Commanding 52 Division on Thursday 03 September 2020. He placed his signature in the first official document to mark assuming duties, amidst chanting of Seth Pirith. The formal ceremony followed by a Parade, Troops address and planting of a tree sapling.
Brigade Commanders, Commanding Officers and Staff Officers under 52 Division were present at taking over ceremony.
24th August 2020 11:37:28 Hours
Major General Senerath Bandara who assumed duties as the Commander Security Forces - Jaffna, paid his maiden field visit to 55 Division Headquarters on 23 August 2020.
The Security Forces Commander was warmly welcomed by the General Officer Commanding 55 Division, and conducted a comprehensive briefing on area of responsibilities. The Security Forces Commander addressed the Brigade Commanders, Commanding Officers and troops under 55 Division.
23rd August 2020 14:34:29 Hours
In Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of 51 Division which belongs to Security Forces Jaffna, a blood donation programme was conducted in the Division Headquarters in Kopai on 18 August 2020. The programme was initiated under the directives of Major General Lalith Rathnayaka.
16th August 2020 19:40:34 Hours
In appreciation of the assistance extended towards Sri Lanka Navy to resilience from hard times due to Covid 19 pandemic, Sri Lanka Navy in Jaffna peninsula offered an opportunity for troops under Security Forces Jaffna to go onboard at Sea cruise A - 543 fast passenger carrier on 16 August 2020.
The Army personnel including Senior Officers and Other Ranks who contributed to military operations to eradicate terrorism during conflict era joined in the voyage to experience the marine diversity and gain knowledge on Northern Sea.
15th August 2020 12:42:46 Hours
Commemoration of Fallen War Heroes of the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) who made supreme sacrifice during ‘Operation Pawan’ and other operations during the period from 1987 to 1990 in Sri Lanka was held at the IPKF Monument in Palaly on Saturday, 15th August 2020. The event took place in correspondence to the 74th Independence Day of India. Consul General of India in Jaffna, Mr. S Balachandran and Commander Forward Maintenance Area (North), Major General Lakshman Fernando paid tribute to the Fallen Heroes placing flower wreaths at the IPKF Monument.
Senior Army Officers, Officials from the Consulate General of India in Jaffna and Troops attended the ceremony.
11th August 2020 21:02:42 Hours
Major General Senerath Bandara who assumed duties as the Commander Security Forces - Jaffna, paid his maiden field visit to 51 Division Headquarters on 11 August 2020.
The Security Forces Commander was warmly welcomed by the General Officer Commanding 51 Division, and conducted a comprehensive briefing on area of responsibility. The Security Forces Commander addressed the Brigade Commanders, Commanding Officers and troops under 51 Division.
08th August 2020 22:56:44 Hours
Major General Ruwan Wanigasooriya who held the office of the Commander Security Force (Jaffna) for over a year, relinquished the appointment on 08 August 2020 to assume duties as Commandant Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force. Prior to leaving Jaffna, the outgoing Commander Security Forces – Jaffna, paid official visits to 51, 52 and 55 Divisions and Forward Maintenance Area (North), Kankesanthurai and appreciatively addressed troops. He offered his gratitude to All Ranks serving in respective formations for high standard of professionalism maintained during the past year and committed service rendered to maintain a peaceful environment in Jaffna peninsula. On the 07 August, he was extended a Guard of Honour at the Security Forces Headquarters - Jaffna by the troops of 10th Sri Lanka Artillery.
Before being appointed the Commander Security Forces - Jaffna on 15 July 2019, Major General Ruwan Wanigasooriya served as General Officer Commanding 59 Division in Mullaitivu. He has held many responsible Command, Staff and Instructor appointments in the organization and has followed a number of local and foreign courses.
Since the day he took over the office as Commander Security Forces - Jaffna, Major General Ruwan Wanigasooriya initiated several measures to enhance security of Jaffna peninsula, which enabled strengthening the public confidence towards the Security Forces deployed in Jaffna peninsula while maintaining peaceful and free environment for day to day normal life of the population.
08th August 2020 18:19:41 Hours
The 28th death anniversary of Lieutenant General Denzil Kobbekaduwa and several other military War Heroes who sacrificed their lives for the country took place on Saturday, 08 August 2020 amidst military honours at the monument in Araly where Major General Ruwan Wanigasooriya, Commander Security Forces - Jaffna participated as the Chief Guest.
Lieutenant General Denzil Kobbekaduwa, one of the finest warriors ever-produced by the Army in our contemporary history, fell silent on 08 August 1992, along with a few more fellow military veterans and soldiers, Major General Wijaya Wimalarathne, Rear Admiral Mohan Jayamaha, Colonel H P Stephen, Colonel Y N Palipana, Colonel G H Ariyarathne, Lieutenant Colonel Nalin de Alwis, Lieutenant Commander Asanga Lankathilaka, , Lieutenant Commander C B Wijepura and Corporal Wickramarathne W J while they were on a military assignment in Araly Point, Kayts, Jaffna.
Lieutenant General Denzil Kobbekaduwa, an old Trinitian, joined the Sri Lanka Army on 25th May 1960. After the basic military training at the Army Training Centre, he left for Sandhurst, UK to receive further training at the prestigious Royal Military Academy before he was commissioned to the Sri Lanka Armoured Corps, as a Second Lieutenant on 3rd August 1962.
Floral wreath-laying and heralding the Last Post brought the day’s commemorative event to an end. A gathering of grateful Officers of the Tri Forces and Other Ranks of the Army were present at the occasion.