Saturday, November 1, 2008

Navy elites crush LTTE seaborne offensive; fighter jets target fleeing terrorist boats [Updated]

Air Force combatant jets have crushed LTTE boats struggling to every at Champion-Paththu coast following being compressed off by the Navy this morning (1st November). Air Force media spokesman Wing Commander Janaka Nanayakkara told that air strikes were taken at 8.30 a.m. He additional that two tiger boats destroyed and 3 LTTE terrorists were killed in the attack, citing intelligence reports.
Sri Lanka Navy's best special boat squadron (SBS) and Rapid act boat squadron (RABS) intercepted a fleet of LTTE assault boats around 5.45, this morning, Off-Nagarkovil sea. According to the Naval sources, the LTTE fleet consisted over 15 boats.
Navy elites attacked the terrorists boats by their very own special rivalry method, and devastated 4 LTTE skill and inflicted compensation to another.
Intercepted LTTE radio transmissions have bare that 14 LTTE cadres counting 7 tebrain-washed suicide carders were killed and one more 16 were wounded.
According to the Navy sources 5 sailors were injured in action.
According to the means of communication intercepted reports, 7 senior LTTE sea tiger cadres counting Paduman master, Pulikutti, Seran, Kannan and Kalai-madhi were in the middle of the dead.

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