Naval and Maritime Academy

ABOUT US

The Naval Marksmanship & Sniper Training School was established on 18th December 2006, situated 1.6km away from main academy building, near to Shoebury junction. The concept to form up this school was to improve the standard of the Shooting and Combat skills among the Officers and sailors with their personal weapons. Furthermore, enhancing skills of using side arms and increasing capabilities of marksman instructor duties are also come under prime task of NM&STS.

    OUR POLICY

Imparting professional knowledge to Officers and Sailors to use their personal weapons effectively and accurately, keeping up with our motto,“One bullet one kill”.

LCDR(INF) SK NAWALAGE
Officer In Charge
Tel:61285
sk-nawalage@navy.lk
LT(INF) DMHD WIMALARATHNE
Second In Charge
Tel:61286
dmhd-wimalarathne@navy.lk
PO WMNK WEERASINGHE
Chief Instructor
Tel: 61288
xp40024@navy.lk

Naval Marksmanship and Sniper Training School is committed to uplift the competencies and effective utilization of personal weapons of officers and sailors in the field of Marksmanship, incorporating theoretical and practical knowledge required to perform duties pertaining to combat and security of Sri Lanka Navy in order to attain high level of combat readiness to perform their assigned duties confidently.

To implement modern/advanced instructing and leaning process to enhance competencies of officers and sailors to perform duties pertaining to marksmanship, combat and security of Sri Lanka Navy.

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  • To train the Officers and Sailors to engage in efficient combat shooting. It will include method of instructions in Basic Marksmanship and theory of MG fire.

  • To train the officers and sailors of the Sri Lanka Navy on how to coach officers and sailors in combat practical shooting. (It includes the methods of instructions in basic marksmanship, theory of Machine Gun Fire, advanced theory of small arms and combat coaching.)

  • The aim of this course is to improve the standard of the combat skills with side arms among the Officers & Sailors of the Sri Lanka Navy, thereby they will be capable of using the side arm in a practical situation where his personal weapon is not available. In addition to enhance the standard of Practical Pistol Shooting in the Navy for competitive shooting.

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QUALITY POLICY OF NMA
Naval & Maritime Academy is committed to mould naval personnel to become professionals in their fields to perform duties to the entire satisfaction of the desired standards of a recognized naval force, with the commitment to comply with requirements and continual improvement of the effectiveness of process of the quality management system.