Sri Lanka Army General Service Corps

Sri Lanka Army General Service Corps

The Sri Lanka Army General Service Corps (SLAGSC) a corps of the Sri Lanka Army. The corps carries out much of the administrative work of the army. The role of the Corps is to provide logistic backing to Regular and Volunteer units by performing pay duties, legal services, running of agriculture projects and farms etc. Therefore it is made up of legal officers, accountants, data processing officers and other ranks specialized in these fields. It is made up of a regular unit and a volunteer (reserve) unit and is headquartered at its Regiment Center at the Panagoda Cantonment, Panagoda.

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