GAFCSC

Ghana Armed Forces Command And Staff College
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ABOUT GAFCSC

The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) was established in 1963 with the mandate to train officers of the Ghana Armed Forces and allied officers of Africa in command and staff responsibilities.  Over the years, it has received and trained personnel from sister African nations and has concentrated on core military/defence programmes, leading to the award of Pass Staff College (PSC) certificate.

REAR ADMIRAL SETH AMOAMA

COMMANDANT, GAFCSC

FEATURED NEWS

JUNIOR DIVISION ENDS EXERCISE OMBUDSMAN 2018

The final exercise for Junior Staff Course (JSC) 69 code named ‘Exercise OMBUDSMAN 2018’ took place in the College from Mon 21 May to Fri 1 Jun 18. THE REGIONAL MINISTER, DEPUTY REGIONAL MINISTER AND SOME MEMBERS OF THE REGIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL AT THE REGSEC MEETING...

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GAFCSC SENIOR DIVISION UNDERTAKES AFRICA STUDY TOUR 2018

Students of Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) Senior Division Course 39 undertook an Environmental Study Tour of some selected African countries from 21 – 28 April 2018. The study tour is aimed at developing in the students a broader perspective of...

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EVENTS

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...

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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...

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PUBLICATIONS

INSECURITY IN THE GULF OF GUINEA: DECLINING OR ENDURING?

The sea lanes of the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) are endowed with valuable resources and are an important artery of global trade. It connects maritime traffic from multiple continents due to its central location, particularly its proximity to Europe and America....

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