The Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force crest in its magnificent posture and the iconic clock tower raised at the entrance to the proposed Headquarters Complex fostering the revival of the organization was unveiled today morning (01) by Major General Boniface Perera Commandant of the Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force. The occasion was attended by the Deputy Commandant Brigadier Mahanada Dasanayake, Principal Staff Officer Brigadier Tilak Prematileke, senior Officers and the staff of the Headquarters.
Following the commencement of reconstruction process on 01st December 2016, the organization achieves a major breakthrough in a short time span under the directions of the Commandant who is committed to housing the members under one shelter with their identity being duly recognized.
Furtherance to the enterprising duty as Commander of the prestigious Volunteer Force cornerstones were laid amidst chanting of seth pirith by the maha sangha, to the proposed fully-fledged eco-friendly Headquarters complex, an accommodation complex and holiday bungalows besides the recently added eco-friendly state-of-the-art three-storied accommodation building complex especially constructed catering to the needs of the troops.
The architectonic creation of the crest and the clock tower unveiled today at the entrance symbolize the reconstruction of the historic Volunteer Force to suit the future adding novel features based on the momentous directives of Major General Boniface Perera as Commandant.
While the clock tower tells the time to the entire community signifying the need of punctuality, the rising Volunteer Force Headquarters complex on the hillock of the Salawa, adds colour and elegance to the emerging new town of Kosgama.