Intelligence op. led to missile recovery - military

  • 2 Aug 2007 06:39:32 GMT

    [was facilitated by an intelligence operation]

    Good one for a change. SLA using `intelligence` for the first time. And whose `intelligence` are they using?? one that has been borrowed from someone??/

    if these reports of arm catches over the years are to be true, by now LTTe, would not have even a bullet cap.

    Go tell these fancy stories to buffolos at Hambantota.

  • 2 Aug 2007 07:01:35 GMT

    For those who would be-little SL Forces` performance in their current campaign ..

    They are performing better than US Forces in a similar campaign in Iraq .. What they (US Army) failed to do was to investigate .. locate .. and take charge of the various ammunition `dumps` (many hidden away), left behind by Saddam`s defeated Army. It is these artillery rounds, mortars, bombs etc which are being utilised to `make` the so-called IEDs, which are wreaking havoc amongst US and their allied Iraqi forces, at this time.

    We are `going after` the hidden caches of explosives, and other armaments left behind by the LTTE .. and taking charge of them. That is intelligent ..

  • 2 Aug 2007 07:14:31 GMT

    Well said SenaM.

    In Iraq lots of VBIEDs.

    Sri lankan forces are the best(practically) in Asia at this time.

    The experience that they have,and ability to face terror is better than US Army.

    Army intel is working deep into northern bunkers no soon SLA will show results.

  • 2 Aug 2007 09:50:16 GMT

    [For those who would be-little SL Forces` performance in their current campaign ..]

    Excellent post SenaM although I feel its a bit wasted on people whose sole aim is not making intelligent comments but bringing attention upon themselves by saying something incredibly idiotic.

    (Damed I was NOT referring to you incase you were wondering)

  • 2 Aug 2007 13:45:46 GMT

    This shows that the UNP traitors have no credibility in what they say. They come up with one lie after another. But the government needs to expose these lie to the public, because there are some Sri Lankansm just like the LTTE terrorist supporters at LNP that beleives anything thats fed to them.

  • 2 Aug 2007 15:10:06 GMT

    [We are `going after` the hidden caches of explosives, and other armaments left behind by the LTTE .. and taking charge of them. That is intelligent ..]

    while people in Srilanka find difficult eat , we the army commanders and defense sec build housed in foreign countries , of cause Srilanka is not safe .

    but US fight the WAR in some one else soil and find peace in own country !

  • 2 Aug 2007 15:45:42 GMT

    Thambi

    Not sure whom you are referring to .. I have a Service back-ground, but am not an ex- General, or equiv in one of the other Services.

    Ca`nt speak for others .. but your `sly` comment about `building houses` abroad does not apply to me.

  • 3 Aug 2007 01:33:47 GMT

    Thambi,

    Building a house is a dream for lankans,but place and size of it doesn`t make much sense.

    Sad to see diaspora encourage a terror outfit to make innocent civilians of all communities suffer for decades.

    Elders should use there position to make a society for the next generations to live in peace.If any one using there cent to a course of destruction,that will pay a blow to the whole community.

    Sri lankan Army or War much better when compare to USA/UK or even Japan the way they pocket funds.

    There will be much more lankans waiting to return and live peacefully in srilanka.

  • 3 Aug 2007 01:40:03 GMT

    [if these reports of arm catches over the years are to be true, by now LTTE, would not have even a bullet cap.]

    Mate, arms don`t grow on trees. you may have been mislead by the opinion of Hon. Vipaksa Nayake, it`s all a jungle in Thoppigala. Reality is that there is a constant and large influx of arms to the LTTE from outside.

  • 3 Aug 2007 09:08:20 GMT

    Damed

    [Sri lankan Army or War much better when compare to USA/UK or even Japan the way they pocket funds.]

    Some interesting information for you to digest .. Sultan of Oman`s Air Force, which was run by the British till recently .. had this curious practice of insuring all their aircraft, and installations .. and paying-out huge premia yearly to Insurance companies in UK. There were also other means resorted to .. to benefit those `who ran the show`.

    Yes, I agree .. there is some `corruption` in awarding of Tenders etc in SL. However, it is there every-where .. to a greater or lesser extent. (Nothing to be `happy` about, though ..)