Ghana Armed Forces
Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) is the unified armed force of Ghana, consisting of the Army (GA), Navy (GN), and Air Force (GHF) military branches of the GAF. The GAF are supervised by the Ghanaian Ministry of Defence.
Ghana armed forces' Supreme Commander-in-Chief is the President of the Republic of Ghana, who is also the supreme military commander of the President's Own Guard Regiment (POGR) and of the Border Guard Unit (BGU). The supervision of the Ghana armed forces (GAF) is managed by the Minister of Defence and the Chief of Defence Staff.
Ghana's modern military, Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), was formed in 1957.
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Enlistment Into Ghana Armed Forces – Do Not Be Defrauded - PRESS RELEASE
Source: Ghana Armed Forces - PRESS RELEASE
Issued by the Public Relations Directorate, General Headquarters, Burma Camp, Accra
Tel: +233-302775665 Fax: +233-302772241 Email: email@example.com Release No. 48 3 February 2015
Enlistment Into Ghana Armed Forces – Do Not Be Defrauded
The Ghana Armed Forces has commenced the process to enlist eligible Ghanaians into its officer corps. The advert to this effect was published in the Ghanaian Times and the Daily Graphic recently. All the three services, namely the Army, Navy and the Air Force will select qualified personnel to fill vacancies in their respective services. - Read More Here -
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