iqúi,a mrdihl úys§ hk ;u yඬ fm!reIh Ndú;fhka fma%laIld.drh ;u yඬg k;= lr.kakg;a ,dxflah .dhk lafIa;%hg fjkia wdrl yඬla tla lrkakg;a iu;a jQfha o weh h’ weh kñka Wudßhd isxyjxY’ wef.a WmkaÈkh miq.sh uil Wod jqKd’ weh wehf.a WmkaÈkh ieurefõ ldg;a wdo¾Yhla foñka’ weh wef.a WmkaÈkh fjkqfjka wef.a uqyqKq fmd;g fufyu igykla tlal úäfhdajla m, lr ;snqKd’
uu wo uf.a WmkaÈkh ieurefõ “iqri” .eyeKq <uqka i|yd jk úfYaI mdi, iy ksjdih;a tlal tl;= fj,d’ ug mq¿jka úÈyg’ Tng;a mq¿jka kï wdOdr u; muKla hefmk fujeks mdi,a iy ksjdi j,g msysgla fjkak… ta wehf.a ldreKsl b,a,Suhs…
During its seven decades of dedicated service, the Sri Lanka Air Force has maintained a high degree of professionalism and excellence in its operations. When called upon at various junctures of our history, it has risen to the occasion commendably, and earned the appreciation and respect of the nation.
Today’s Colours Parade also comes just two days after, the Sri Lanka Air Force celebrated its Seventieth Anniversary. This is another noteworthy milestone in its rich history. From its modest beginnings in 1951, when Group Captain G C Bladon of the Royal Air Force took command of the newly established Royal Ceylon Air Force, this institution has grown into a distinguished, professional and greatly accomplished military organization that has served our motherland well.