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16Apr2018

GAFCSC UPCOMING EVENTS 18

GAFCSC returned from the 10-Day Easter break on Tue April 10, 2018. Senior Division Course 39 began their Term 3 whilst Junior Division Course 69 began Term 2. Junior Division progamme for the Term will include Red-Ink Corrections or Tests, visit to Eastern Naval Command in Tema, Assistant Commandant’s Research Paper, leadership presentations and their
  • 16 Apr, 2018
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10Nov2017

GAFCSC OBSERVES FACULTY WEEKS

[metaslider id=4497] The Three Military Faculties in GAFCSC made up of the Army, Navy and Air Force are given one week each to acquaint all students, especially those of different services with their various activities and operations. The 2017 Faculty Weeks took place from 9-27 October 2017. ARMY WEEK The Army Faculty started the Services’
  • 10 Nov, 2017
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12Oct2017

GHANA ARMED FORCES COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE RECEIVES NEW NATIONAL SERVICE PERSONNEL

The National Service Scheme is a system where students who have completed various tertiary institutions are posted to government and private institutions both in the urban and rural areas to offer their services for the development of the country. The 2017/18 national service personnel were posted to the various government ministries, agencies and departments in
  • 12 Oct, 2017
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12Oct2017

GAFCSC RECEIVES NEW STUDENTS

A matriculation ceremony has been held for fresh batch of students of Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) for the 2017/2018 academic year. The 60 students of Senior Course 39 will undertake the Past Staff Course (psc) and the Masters in Defense and International Politics (MDIP) programme. The matriculation ceremony took place in
  • 12 Oct, 2017
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12Oct2017

GHANA ARMED FORCES COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE HOSTS FISHERIES OBSERVER TRAINING

The Centre for Maritime Law and Security Africa (CEMLAW-Africa) in partnership with the Fisheries Commission of Ghana and with support by the World Bank organized a ten-day training course for 100 fisheries observers at GAFCSC. Resource persons for the training were drawn from CEMLAW-Africa, the Ghana Navy and the Fisheries Commission. The participants were taken
  • 12 Oct, 2017
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12Oct2017

GAFCSC JUNIOR DIVISION EMBARKS ON ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY TOUR OF VOLTA REGION

Fifty-two students of the Junior Division of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College led by the Assistant Commandant and some members of staff embarked on an environmental study tour and research work program in the Volta Region. JUNIOR DIVISION STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE AGOTIME DISTRICT MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY [metaslider id=4358] The group visited seven districts
  • 12 Oct, 2017
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12Jul2017

GAFCSC RUNS 2017 DEFENCE MANAGEMENT COURSE

[metaslider id=4299] The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) in collaboration with Cranfield University, UK run a two weeks Defence Management Course (DMC) at Otu Barracks. The two weeks module started on Tuesday 27th June 2017 and ended on Friday 7th July 2017. The course was aimed at exposing uniformed and civilian personnel
  • 12 Jul, 2017
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12Jul2017

GAFCSC RUNS PEACE OPERATIONS COURSE /CJAX

[metaslider id=4289] The just ended Peace Operations course run by the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College was aimed at providing middle level military officers, officers from allied security agencies and middle level directors of selected institutions with the skills and knowledge of operational level planning, coordination and conduct of Peace Operations. The module
  • 12 Jul, 2017
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23Jun2017

EXERCISE OMBUDSMAN 2017

[metaslider id=4260] Exercise OMBUDSMAN is an Internal Security/Counter Insurgency (IS/COIN) exercise in an urban setting. It is a one-sided telephone battle of about 28 hours duration. During the exercise, students form the Staff of a Joint Headquarters with the Police and represent Command Headquarters as well as Regional Police Headquarters. They also form a Control
  • 23 Jun, 2017
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