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 MOSES BEICK-BAFFOUR

COMMANDANT, GAFCSC

FEATURED NEWS

GAFCSC SNR DIV OBSERVES FACULTY WEEKS

The Three Military Faculties in Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) Senior Division (Snr Div) made up of the Army, Navy and Air Force are given one week each to acquaint all students on the course, especially those of different services with their...

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GAFCSC JUNIOR DIVISION COURSE 71 GRADUATES

A colourful graduation ceremony was held for students of Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) Junior Division (Jnr Div) Course 71 at Otu Barracks on Friday 14 June, 2019. The Junior Staff Course 71 had 52 students consisting of 40 from Ghana Armed...

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EVENTS

PUBLIC LECTURE

The Academic Division of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College is organizing its 8th bi-annual Public Lecture on the topic: "Regional and Continental Integration: What the AfCTA means to Africa and Ghana". Speaker for the day will be Prof SKB Asante,...

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GAFCSC JUNIOR DIVISION COURSE 71 GRADUATES

A colourful graduation ceremony was held for students of Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) Junior Division (Jnr Div) Course 71 at Otu Barracks on Friday 14 June, 2019. The Junior Staff Course 71 had 52 students consisting of 40 from Ghana Armed...

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GAFCSC ORGANIZES INDUCTION SERVICE FOR COMMANDANT

A spirit-filled religious service has been organized in Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) to induct Rear Admiral Moses Beick-Baffour into office as the 20th Commandant of the College. The services were attended by retired and serving generals,...

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PUBLICATIONS