Charles Antoine Special Forces!
First Legacy Brigade Charles Antoine Special Forces!
On April 10, 1991, the Charles Antoine Special Forces was formed as a new hierarchical development of the Tamil army structure, with the national leader's Taraka mantra that training tactics are courageous success.
Formed as the LTTE's first legacy battalion, the LTTE's first attack commander, Lt. Col. Seelan named their maiden leader. The leader emphasized to the militants that Seelan should act on the example of courage, perseverance, intelligence, agility and spirit. The leader appointed Balraj, the hero of the war, as his commander-in-chief, and the eminent generals Rajan (Romeo-November) as their commander-in-chief and Justin as their deputy commander-in-chief.
Balraj developed the brigade with the ability to face any challenges on the field, engaging the brigade in specialized training that includes superior intelligence, clear planning, rapid mobility, specialized training in the field environment, efficient communication, precise reconnaissance, selective field management, and leadership training for team leaders. The Charles Anthony Special Forces launched their first offensive in a massive offensive to thwart the Sri Lankan Army's operation to occupy the Vanni plateau through the jungles of Vavuniya. Gajan, a militant who excelled in the most intense battalion, was the first to embrace Veeracha and inspire the battalion to leap. In this battle the heavy force of the brigade shot down the helicopter and put an end to the enemy force action.
In 1992, Kinni took charge as the Special Commander of the Brigade and led the Brigade in several battles in the Vavuniya and Nedunkerni areas. After this the troops carried out various heavy attacks in the Vanni and Jaffna Bay and recaptured considerable parts of the homeland from the enemy. In 1994, young Commander Kilman was appointed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Brigade as Commander-in-Chief and led the Brigade in the Trincomalee District. The battalion returned to the Vanni after Kilman successfully carried out several attacks there, where he embraced heroism in the firefight. Back in 1995, Balraj took charge as the Special Commander of the Brigade and led the battalion in the battles of Suriyakathir and Satjaya. As a large number of fighters in the conquered battalion were martyred and wounded, The leader revived the brigade by joining the Vanni District Brigade with Charles Anthony. In 1996, the Commander-in-Chief assigned the task of capturing artillery artillery from the enemy in Oyata Waves-1. The team led by the young commander Raghavan acted very quickly and captured two artillery cannons from the enemy and led to the formation of the Kittu Artillery Regiment.
In 1997, Balraj's comrade-in-arms and war hero Theepan became the Special Commander of the Brigade. Sehgar, also known as Mukundan, the young commanders, effectively led the Theepan Brigade in the battle of Jayasikuru with the help of Raghavan and others. During the battle, troops destroyed several armored vehicles, including an enemy tank, and seized heavy weapons. In 1998, Sehgar was appointed as the Special Commander of the Brigade and Raghavan and Mukundan as Commanders and were engaged in security duties in Uruthrapuram, Mankulam and Panangamam areas. In the 2nd month of the battle of Uruthrapuram, the battalion defeated the enemy tank and several armored vehicles and achieved great success. Following this, Vimalan was appointed Commander-in-Chief and Rajasingam was appointed Deputy Commander. In this battle a heavy contingent of senior brigade leaders Rasanayakam, Tamilchelvan, etc. carried out heavy attacks and recaptured large areas of Kilinochchi. The Raghavan-led team defeated the enemy at the Depot Junction and completely recaptured the city of Kalinochi.
In 1999, he took over as the Special Commander of the Raghavan Brigade and conducted the Brigade on security duties and special training at the Elephant Pass Paradise Field. In order to make efficient use of the heavy weapons of the brigade, the young commander Madan under his charge coordinated the heavy forces separately and engaged in special exercises. The battalion repulsed the enemy's massive operation on the island of Suttai, and then defeated the enemy's massive operations in the vast Uriyan areas. Commanders Vimalan, Mayan and Nation excelled in these battles and won. To embrace Raghavan Veeracha at Oddusuddan in the Oyata Alaikal-3 battle, Deputy Commander Rajasingam continued to lead the brigade in battles up to Omanthai.
In 2000, the regiment was on duty in the Mugawil area for a few months, and then landed in the Tent, landing battles in Ithaca. Following the conquest of Elephant Pass, troops continued their offensive in the eastern Ariyalai area of Thanangilappu and successfully reached Jaffna and recaptured large areas. Following the death of Rajasingam in an accident at Ranaimadu Pond in 2000, Sehgar was re-appointed as Special Commander. On the same day, Veeramani, the Deputy Commander of the Brigade, repulsed a massive enemy offensive at the Kanagampuliyadi field in Jaffna. Sehgar led the brigade in the vicious attack on Nagercoil on the 9th of 2000. He was wounded in an ambush by the enemy during the ensuing battle and was admitted to the Jaffna Hospital.
Despite the loss of three Special Commanders in a span of one year, the Brigade continued its voyage under the zealous guidance of these knights. In the first month of 2001, as the movement was declaring a ceasefire, Nagercoil broke through the siege, encircling our troops, advancing with large numbers of troops, including the advancing enemy Veeramani, in several areas. For the 4th month in a row, the brigade fought and repulsed the enemy's firefight with tens of thousands of troops in Muhamalai. In this battle the brigade seized a large number of weapons from the enemy. In honor of this victory, the Brigade celebrated its tenth anniversary with the participation of the National Leader and Commanders. After the declaration of the ceasefire in 2002, the Brigade, led by Brigadier General Amudab, launched a special campaign to mobilize the masses and recruit a large number of new militants. The Brigade continued to engage in special political programs in Jaffna, Mannar, Vavuniya, Trincomalee and Batticaloa. At the end of 2002, Nakulan as Special Commander, Gopith as Commander and Pallavan as Deputy Commander continued to lead the regiment in training and various programs. The brigade militants, led by the brigade leader Amuthab, launched a special campaign and created a great uprising among the people and recruited a large number of new militants into the movement. The Brigade continued to engage in special political programs in Jaffna, Mannar, Vavuniya, Trincomalee and Batticaloa. At the end of 2002, Nakulan as Special Commander, Gopith as Commander and Pallavan as Deputy Commander continued to lead the regiment in training and various programs. The battalion fighters, led by Brigadier General Amutha, launched a special campaign to mobilize the masses and recruit a large number of new fighters into the movement. The Brigade continued to engage in special political programs in Jaffna, Mannar, Vavuniya, Trincomalee and Batticaloa. At the end of 2002, Nakulan as Special Commander, Gopith as Commander and Pallavan as Deputy Commander continued to lead the regiment in training and various programs.
Angry and Nakula developed and developed many new infrastructures to enhance the brigade's management skills. The flag and emblem of the regiment were created on the advice of the leader. The slogan of the brigade was "There is nothing impossible for us" created by Gopi. In 2004, in an operation against the traitor Karuna, the battalion, led by Gopi, fought along the coast and expelled Karuna. Following this, Pallava led a special team of attacking commander Sengolan. Modu Ampara carried out more successful attacks against treacherous groups than in the jungles and Thoppigala. When our country was hit by a tsunami in late 2004, the Brigade undertook immediate rescue operations and undertook full-scale reconstruction work under the command of Attack Commander Tennarasan. Commander of the Brigade Lt. Colonel Rajan (Romeo November) The battalion was deployed in action against the enemy infiltrators with the support of treacherous groups carrying out claymore attacks in Tamil Nadu and wreaking havoc on the people and the movement. Troops engaged in intensive search and surveillance in the Vavuniya Nedunkerni jungles surrounded the enemy infiltration unit in the Nedunkerni jungle, seized weapons and seized the bodies of two soldiers. When Pottu Amman, our Senior Commander and Head of Intelligence, traveled to the South East in 2005, a special team led by Gopi from the Brigade accompanied Amman and specialized in various operations there.
In the seventh month of 2006, Gopith became the Special Commander of the Brigade, Pallavan the Commander-in-Chief and Pratap the Deputy Commander-in-Chief. In the 8th month he led the angry regiment in the battle of Muhamalai. Later in the 9th month of the battle, the attacking commander fought valiantly and stopped the enemy's advance. Over the next 10 months the brigade effectively repulsed the advancing enemy with tens of thousands of troops and tank armored vehicles. Gopi skillfully led this winning battle. During the battle, enemy tanks and armored vehicles were destroyed and more than 80 enemy bodies and a large quantity of weapons were seized. In 2007, Panangamam launched a major offensive at the Mannar front, blocking enemy movements. During this period many of the new combatants who joined the Brigade were trained by the Pavalan-led Combat Training Team to develop the battalion's combat prowess. During the crisis, the enemy's large-scale advance was halted in areas such as Big Thampana, Iranailuppaikkulam, Panangamam and Paraiyanalankulam.
Charles Anthony Special Commander Veeramani In mid-2008, Vimalan was appointed as the Special Commander of the Brigade, Kumanan as the Commander-in-Chief and Amuthab as the Deputy Commander. In Mulanka, Vannerikulam and Akkarayankulam areas, the troops fought tens of thousands of enemy troops and blocked the advance for several months. Vimalan effectively led the brigade in the battle to defend Kilinochchi.
After the withdrawal of the movement from Kilinochchi in 2009, the brigade intensified in the Vallipunam areas, massacring tens of thousands of troops and destroying large quantities of weapons. At the end of the 3rd month, Commander-in-Chief Gopi and Deputy Commander-in-Chief Amuthappa fought resolutely and embraced Veeracha. Following this, Special Commander Vimalan and Commander Tamilarasan led the brigade in the battles of Keppapilavu, Puthukkudiyiruppu and Matale. In these battles the battalion, which had wreaked havoc on the enemy, fought fiercely at various points in the battle of Mullivaikkal. The Charles Antoine Special Forces is a force to be reckoned with in the history of Tamil Eelam, having fought in more than a hundred battles for eighteen years. Balraj, hailed as the father of the brigade, and Theepan, the unparalleled senior commander of Tamil Eelam, led and nurtured the brigade from both eyes and arms. The Charles Antoine Special Forces is a battalion that has been deployed in all the districts of Tamil Eelam under the command of all the senior commanders of Tamil Eelam. The brigade excelled not only in direct battles but also in famous espionage operations.
The brigade's famous spy team leaders Madan, Veeramani, Gopith, Kutty, Literary, Tamilchelvan, Prathapan, Maduran, Tennarasan, Mohan, Vanmiki, Sivapalan, Prabhu, Kannan, Tamilnadu, Ilansudar, Madhavan etc. . The Brigade specialized in a number of internal operations in military-controlled areas. After the movement withdrew from the Gulf of Jaffna in 1995, a team led by Shivaji Master of the Brigade successfully carried out several attacks from within the army area. Another special team led by Rasanayaka returned to the Vanni after successfully launching several attacks on the enemy in the Valikamam area of Jaffna. Troops carried out several attacks in military controlled areas in the Vavuniya sand dunes.
At the end of 2001, Brigade Commanders Maduran and Mohan successfully launched a claymore attack on the Sri Lankan Army Commander in Jaffna. In 2006, a team led by young team captain Padiyarasan was involved in various activities. In Mannar, Brigade Commander Ramanan along with the intelligence operatives successfully carried out several attacks. More than thirty black tigers emerged from the battalion and successfully launched major attacks in search of victory for the struggle.
Ground black tigers like Major Dhanusan, sea tigers like Major Theegathir, Major Tamiltennal and indirect black tigers like Kannan were successful and added pride to the brigade. The Brigade excelled not only in fighting but also in administration, politics, the arts, and sports. Shivaji, Madan, Thillai Kutty, Muthalaku, Tamilarasan, Devan etc. served as the managing officers of the brigade and made a great contribution to the development of the brigade. A memorial to the Brigade was erected at the Govindankadai junction in Kilinochchi and portraits of all the knights of the Brigade were placed in the tribute of the people. More than 2200 Brigade Heroes fought for the liberation of the motherland and contributed their lives to the success and development of the Five Brigades. More than 50 Lep.
The brigade had its own political leader and spokesman, and the Charles Antoine Special Forces was a brigade with unique supporters among the people. Many supporters of the brigade worked with the militants in dangerous situations on the battlefield and contributed greatly to the victory of the struggle. When the brigade's teams gather on the field, he enjoys performing under the name of Major Priyakone, the brigade's medical officer and musician. At these events the martial artists of our regiment will entertain everyone by singing uprising songs and performing comedies. Following this, during the ceasefire period, the Rakaseelam Band was formed in the Brigade with the help of Tamil relations across the country. Young Team Leaders Silambarasan,
The Brigade fighters were also enthusiastic in the field of sports and added pride to the Brigade by receiving gifts and compliments from the national leader and senior commanders. Lep. Seelan Memorial Cup Football Tournament, Lep. Colonel. The battalion hosted a number of sports competitions, including the Raghavan Memorial Volleyball Tournament, between the fighters and the people. Brigade fighters also received accolades for their participation in poetry, bartending, and mini-plays and added pride to the battalion. The academic team, led by Brigade Commander Varadhan, taught the militants basic English, mathematics, general knowledge, politics and many more.
Under the guidance of Senior Commander Theepan, he started the "Major Roy Officers Training College" and provided specialized training to the militants. He also edited the manuscript magazine "Fire Range" and developed his creativity by publishing essays on fighter poems, memoirs, essays, and general information. The Brigade published a book entitled "Ten Years in Fire Swimming" summarizing the Brigade's ten years of war history. And the brigade's forerunner, Lt. Seelan also published a book titled "Kalam Kalangum Kalakkaruvi" which depicts their militant life. In honor of Seelan's memory and heroic deeds of the Brigade, Puthuvai Rathinathurai wrote uplifting songs composed by the Tamil Eelam Band and sung by the famous singers of Tamil Eelam including Chandan and released by the Brigade. In the year 2007, the Tamil Eelam National Television released a feature film and added pride to the battalion.
Following the zealous guidance of National Leader Velupillai Prabhakaran and the personal advice and instructions of the Leader, the Brigade continued to fight, putting into action the Leader's zealous thoughts. Charles Antoine Special Forces was a force that could be confidently deployed by the leader in the most challenging domains. At various moments when the regiment became a small force of a few tens of fighters the leader immediately took notice and recruited fighters from various sections of the movement to rejuvenate and recruit the Charles Anthony Special Forces. It would not be an exaggeration to say that this battalion, which was developed by the leader and commanders with great intelligence, gave its share to the Eelam soil during the struggle!