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THE REGIMENTAL CENTRE - SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS

Regimental Centre of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps was inaugurated on 19th October 1990. Regimental Center is the hub of the Corps of Signals that centrally connector to all the Classic Signal Regiments, Signal Reinforcement Battalion and all other Signal elements and installations. Presently there are five classic Signal Regiments, one IT Regiment and two Reinforcement Signal Battalions administratively function under the Regimental Centre ... Read More

THE HEADQUARTERS CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER

The Headquarters Chief Signal Officer was first established on 12th March 2007 by the Army Routine Order ARO 44/2007. This Headquarters is headed by the Chief Signal Officer and he is responsible and advices the Commander of the Army on all Communication, Information Technology and Electronic Warfare matters by planning, evaluating, testing and managing all communication and IT related matters at the strategic level ...
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DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

After the successful eradication of the 30 years long war in 2009, Sri Lanka Army initiated first step of the journey towards the technological advancement of the Army by establishing the Directorate of IT (Dte of IT) as the first directorate introduced after ending of the War. Directorate of IT was raised by the "ARO 11/2010" on 01 March 2010 ...
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SIGNAL BRIGADE

The Signal Brigade was established on 15th June 1988 as per the Army Routine Order ARO 28/88 as an independent institution within the Army Headquarters premises. Due to the rapid expansion of the Sri Lanka Army, Signal Brigade was separated and the Headquarters Chief Signal Officer was established as a separate entity on 12 March 2007 under the Army Order ARO 44/2007. The Signal Brigade addresses the existing communication and its issues within the Army that ensure the proper functioning of communication from the Army Headquarters down to the level of Battalions Headquarters and for independent installations of the Army. Presently, the Signal Brigade is located at the Army Cantonment in Panagoda ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - 1st REGIMENT

The Sri Lanka Signals Corps was raised on 19th October 1943 as a Volunteer squadron. Ceylon Defence Force was established with a regular Signal squadron after the independence. With the expansion of Ceylon army, Signal squadron was elevated as a Regiment and 1st Regiment of Sri Lanka Signal Corps was established on 14th October 1958. Until 1994, the 1st Regiment was deployed at Panagoda. With the aggravation of terrorism in Sri Lanka, army expanded further and redeployed all regiments to meet operational requirements. The 1st Regiment Sri Lanka Signal Corps too was redeployed in Batticaloa assigning communication responsibilities in the eastern part of Sri Lanka ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - 3rd REGIMENT

Born as a member of Signal family on 9th March 1989. The 3rd Regiment Srilanka Signal Corps claims a proud history spanning over 23 years. Before 1989 Sri lanka Army has to fulfill all the signal duties in a wide range with only 1 Signal regiment. As a result of this 3SLSC was raisad as the second unit to provide communication in 2 Division area of responsibility are Anuradhapura. ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - 4th REGIMENT

The 4th Signal Regiment claims a proud history of over 22 years from its inauguration at Panagoda Army Cantonment on 05 June 1991 to the present deployment at Anuradhapura. All ranks of this Unit claim a high degree of professional competence and combat readiness due to their previous deployments on both communications and internal security operations throughout the Island. As such, the Unit had been deployed in Kandy from July 1991 to January 1992, in Kalladi from January 1992 to August 1994, at Panagoda from August 1994 to July 1995, at Vasavilan from July 1995 to 2007 and finally at Anuradhapura from 2007 to date. The Unit continues to perform the role and tasks of Signals as efficiently and promptly as a legionnaire within its area of responsibility under the Security Force Headquarters (Wanni), which constitutes the largest of its kind in Sri Lanka ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - 5th REGIMENT

Sri Lanka Signal Corp does posses a long standing history from its inception from the, then Ceylon Army which was raised by the British, way back in 1948. Primary task of it was to provide communications for both operational and administrative commitments in the Army. Deviating from that on the necessitated demand that the Sri Lankan Army faced with in the 1990s to face the bitter fighting of the menace of terrorism, a decisive decision was took, to form RFT regiments from the support arms of the Army, merely to perform the infantry duties since the Army did face a serious scarcity of infantry troops to fight the threat posed by the terrorists. In fulfilling the popular demand Signals had the fortitude to accept the challenge thrown at it. With that back drop the first infantry regiment of Sri Lanka Signals was formed on 02 January 1994 i.e. 5SLSC (Rft) as its 04th battalion ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - 6th REGIMENT (IT)

The 6th Regiment Sri Lanka Signal Corps was initially established as the 2nd Reinforcement (RFT) battalion of Sri Lanka Signal Corps on 10.01.1997. Until 15.05.2000, the unit was deployed in the Wanni theater and redeployed in Jaffna peninsula to meet Operational requirement ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNALS CORPS - 7th REGIMENT

The 7 Regiment of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps in its four years of existence created history as the first unit of Sri Lanka Signal Corps to directly engage in the war front, writing the name of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps in the history of the humanitarian operation in golden letters ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNALS CORPS - 9th REGIMENT

The 9th Regiment of Sri Lanka Signal Corps was established on 15th July 2008 and is in the active service for four years up to date, by providing the strategically indispensable coordination and communication to all Division Headquarters, Brigade Headquarters, Forward Maintenance Area (FMA) Kilinochchi and all the Battalions under the Security Forces Headquarter (Kilinochchi). Presently, this unit is established at Iranamadu in Kilinochchi Area of Responsibility ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNALS CORPS - 10th REGIMENT (CT)

The history of the Signal Base workshop was prolonged with the history of 1st regiment of Sri Lanka Signal Corps. After the raising of 1 SLSC in 1958 Signal Base Workshop troop joined SLSC in 1964 to fulfill the tasks of repairing radio/telephone equipments. It was established under the command of 1SLSC, 2nd squadron and named as "M troop". ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNALS CORPS - 11th REGIMENT

Sri Lanka Army was using a computer known as "SINCLAIR" at the beginning of 1980s. With popularization of technology at that era further step put forward to form a committee called "Computer Committee" in 1985. The earliest President was Brigadier GGTT Alapatha. Meanwhile Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka was assigned to study possibilities to computerize army administration work by the computer committee. The study report of Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka was shown that army was progressing in a slow phase with computer technology. After studying the report, army set policies to advance through Information technology ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNALS CORPS - 2(V) REGIMENT

Nucleus of the 2nd Regiment Sri Lanka Signal Corps is the 1st (Volunteer) Squadron which was initiated under the command of 1st Regiment Sir Lanka Signal Corps by ARO 21/89 on 07th August 1980. Initially there were 08 Officers and 200 Other Ranks. ...
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SRI LANKA SIGNAL CORPS - SCHOOL OF SIGNALS

In 1964 Signal Training Squadron was formed under 1st Regiment of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps at Panagoda. In 1991 Signal Training Squadron was elevated to a School of Signals under regimental centre Sri Lanka Signal Corps. This School established in the world heritage city of Kandy on 15th July 1991 ...
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