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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2426

New Military Intelligence Corps Colonel Commandant Begins Duties

Colombo, 22 November, (Asiantribune.com):

Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe, the newly-appointed Colonel Commandant of the Military Intelligence Corps (MIC) assumed duties during a simple ceremony at MIC Regimental Centre, Karandeniya on Wednesday (16).

On arrival at the Regimental premises, the newly-appointed Colonel Commandant was welcomed by the Centre Commandant before a Guard Turnout presented by MIC troops greeted him in accordance with military traditions.

Soon after, Major General Ranasinghe laid floral wreaths at the war monument for the fallen War Heroes.

After that Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe formally placed his signature for an official document and signified the acceptance of the new office.

The newly-appointed Colonel Commandant addressed all officers before he addressed other ranks.

Finally, he called at the head office complex of the Regimental Headquarters.

Senior officers, officers, other ranks attended the occasion.

- Asian Tribune –

Maj. Gen. Sudantha Ranasinghe, the newly-appointed Colonel Commandant of the Military Intelligence Corps (MIC) recently assumed duties at a ceremony at the MIC Regimental Centre, Karandeniya. Ranasinghe succeeded Maj. Gen. Jagath Alwis. The change took place in the wake of Army headquarters replacing Brigadier Suresh Salley, head of the Directorate of Military Intelligence.
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