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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Ven 24 Jan 2014 - 0:43

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Ghana looks to buy new aircraft types to bolster support of international missions

The Ghanaian Air Force is looking to introduce a number of fixed- and rotary-winged aircraft types into service to expand its support of international missions in the region, a senior service official disclosed on 23 January.

The Mi-35M is one of a number of aircraft types that Ghana is looking to buy in support of its committments to supporting international missions in the region. (United Nations)

Speaking at the IQPC International Military Helicopter conference in London, Air Commodore Maxwell Nagai of the Ghanaian Air Force listed a number of different aircraft types that the West African country is looking to buy in the near future.
As set out by the Air Cdre, these comprise additional Airbus C295 transport aircraft to augment the two already in service, the Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan transport aircraft, the Mil Mi-35M 'Hind' assault helicopter, HAI Z-9 utility helicopter, and Airbus AS365 Dauphin utility helicopter.

http://www.janes.com/article/32857/ghana-looks-to-buy-new-aircraft-types-to-bolster-support-of-international-missions
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Mer 16 Avr 2014 - 17:32

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 Ghana plans to improve maritime awareness, rapid response capabilities

Sebastian Boe, Ghana - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly


A Diamond DA42 surveillance aircraft pictured in a hanger at Takoradi Airbase. It is the only one of the Ghana Air Force's three DA42s
with a FLIR Systems sensor turret. Source: Sebastian Boe  


Ghana is setting up a naval special forces unit, acquiring new aircraft, and looking to improve its maritime domain awareness to better secure its waters ahead of a planned increase in offshore oil and gas production.

With up to five new fields coming on line from 2017, Ghana has formulated a 'Smart Strategy' that puts investment in coastal surveillance technology at the forefront of its efforts to improve security around vital energy infrastructure and shipping lanes in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

To this end, the Ghana Navy is currently testing a coastal vessel traffic management information system (VTMIS) and exploring options for integrated automatic identification system (AIS) technologies, Chief of Naval Staff Rear Admiral Geoffrey Mawuli Biekro told an IQPC conference held in Accra in March.

The navy will also lead an initiative to create a shipping reporting centre in the coastal city of Takoradi, as well as the development of an integrated maritime operations centre co-ordinating all relevant stakeholders, including the Ministry of Fisheries, Maritime Authority, and Customs.

Adm Biekro announced that the navy and air force would continue to invest in aerial assets to bolster the operations of the Diamond DA42 maritime patrol aircraft delivered in 2012. This could potentially include unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

The creation of a naval special forces unit, first announced in October 2013, is still under way and the navy is exploring options for equipment and training providers. Adm Biekro said he expects the unit to be operational by the end of 2014.

It will be trained to deploy by both air and sea for interdiction and hostage rescue operations. It is unclear whether existing platforms would be repurposed or whether the navy would procure new vehicles specifically for this role.

Air Force Chief of Staff Air Vice Marshal Michael Samson-Oje said his service would work closely with the navy and army to achieve total radar coverage of Ghana's airspace by 2020 as part of the 20-year strategy that it initiated in 2010.

Other developments planned as part of the strategy include the re-establishment of the flying school and construction of new hangars at Tamale Airbase in north-central Ghana by 2021 and the acquisition and future indigenous development of UAV technology, including the construction of a national research and development centre.

The planned acquisition of Mil Mi-35 attack helicopters and Chinese-made HAI H425 Z-9 helicopters are part of the second phase of the strategy, with the Z-9s expected to be delivered by the end of 2016 and the Mi-35s before 2020, according to AVM Samson-Oje.

At least one of Ghana's DA42s has been equipped with a FLIR Systems Star SAFIRE HD sensor turret with a real-time downlink capability to the operations centre at Takoradi and handheld tablets carried by ground personnel.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Mar 10 Juin 2014 - 19:00

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Le Ghana déploie sa marine pour aider à rechercher un pétrolier disparu

 Mis à jour le 10-06-2014

Les Forces armées du Ghana (GAF) ont déclaré avoir déployé la marine à la recherche d'un pétrolier libérien disparu, soupçonné d'avoir été détourné au large des côtes du Ghana au cours du week-end, a confirmé le responsable des relations publiques de la GAF.

Le colonel Mbawine Atintande a déclaré à Xinhua que la GAF était au courant des rapports sur le pétrolier qui a disparu au large des eaux territoriales ghanéennes.

"Nous sommes conscients du pétrolier disparus et nous avons déployé notre marine pour rechercher le navire disparu et nous ferons un rapport en conséquence", a déclaré le colonel Atintande.

Il y avait des déclarations de soupçons de détournement du navire par des pirates. Mais Atintande a dit qu'il n'y avait pas suffisamment de preuves pour appuyer cette position.

"Nous ne pouvons pas confirmer ou nier les soupçonnes de détournement du navire par des pirates. Jusqu'à ce que nous voyons le navire, nous ne pouvons pas dire s'il s'agit d'une piraterie ou pas", a-t-il souligné.

Le pétrolier battant pavillon libérien, a été signalé au cours du week-end avoir disparu à quelques 36 miles nautiques au large de la côte du Ghana.

"Nous avons eu un appel de détresse du capitaine du navire vendredi disant qu'il se trouvait à 36 miles nautiques de nos eaux après qu'il a été détourné et pillé dans les eaux togolaises tôt mercredi", a affirmé un haut responsable à la ville portuaire de Tema dans la partie est du Ghana.

Le pétrolier libérien MT Fair Artemis a fait son dernier contact avec son gestionnaire, Fairdeal Group SA, à 18h00 heures GMT mercredi lors qu'il naviguait au large des côtes du Ghana.

Le pétrolier aurait échoué à prendre contact avec les responsables de l'entreprise jeudi. F

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Mar 25 Nov 2014 - 14:27

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Ghana to get Super Tucanos

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Mar 2 Déc 2014 - 12:00

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Ghana Air Force Gets New Hangar



November 20 2014. President John Dramani Mahama, has pledged governments commitment to equipping the Ghana Armed Forces with adequate logistics to ensure the safety and security of the country’s airspace and maintenance of its territories, at the inauguration ceremony of a new hangar, operational equipment and vehicles at the Air Force Base in Accra on Thursday 20 November 2014.

The new ultramodern hanger, named after late Air Marshal John Asamoah Bruce, former Chief of Air Staff, comes with a host of ground support equipment such as a fork lift, refueling browser, five truck, generators and ambulance.



Three rehabilitated hangers were also named after Air Force Officers who served their tenure - Air Vice Marshal Odautey Barnor, Air Vice Marshal James EA Kotei, and Wing Commander Robert W


Amonoo-Coleman, were also unveiled by the President.

The President announced plans by the government to get additional aircrafts for the Ghana Air Force training, peace support and combat operations to include Z-9 helicopters from China, Super Tucano aircrafts for training and for assault missions from Brazil, additional M-17 helicopters from Russia and a CASA 295 Plane from Air Bus Military of Spain.

[President Dramani Mahama delivering his address on the occasion of the commissioning of a new hanger at the Accra Base.]

President Dramani Mahama delivering his address on the occasion of the commissioning of a new hanger at the Accra Base.

President Mahama said the provision of these hangars all over the bases will provide a secure environment for the storage of aircrafts, thereby increasing their life span. He added that, it will enhance the capacity of the Air Force to maintain the increasing fleet of aircrafts being provided it by government.

occasion of the commissioning of a new hanger at the Accra Base.

President Mahama said the provision of these hangars all over the bases will provide a secure environment for the storage of aircrafts, thereby increasing their life span. He added that, it will enhance the capacity of the Air Force to maintain the increasing fleet of aircrafts being provided it by government.


[President Dramani Mahama cuts a ribbon to commission the new hanger.]

President Dramani Mahama cuts a ribbon to commission the new hanger.
“We must sustain the atmosphere of peace and security needed for the development of all sectors of the country, and if we must do that, we must continue to invest in the latest equipment not only for the Air Force, but for all the security agencies”, he added.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Lun 22 Juin 2015 - 17:56

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Le Ghana commande cinq A-29 Super Tucano  

22 Juin 2015


Photo : (c) Embraer - Un A-29 Super Tucano de la Force Aérienne Mauritanienne, porteur d'une livrée sable,
et d'une boule optronique
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Alors que la Mali vient d'officialiser l'achat de six A-29 Super Tucano pour sa Force Aérienne, c'est au tour du Ghana de s'équiper de cinq A-29 Super Tucano de l'avionneur brésilien Embraer.

En effet, dans un communiqué de presse publié Vendredi 19 Juin 2015, en plein Salon du Bourget, Embraer Defence & Space a déclaré que le Ghana venait de commander cinq A-29 Super Tucano à la suite de la signature du contrat entre l'industriel et le Ministre ghanéen de la Défense.

Bien que le montant de ce contrat n'a pas été révélé, toutefois le communiqué précise que ces cinq A-29 Super Tucano seront livrés avec un support logistique ainsi que l'installation de simulateurs et la formation des pilotes et des mécaniciens, au Ghana. Par ailleurs, et comme au Mali, ces appareils seront utilisés pour l'entraînement avancé, la surveillance des frontières, ainsi que pour les missions intérieures.

L'A-29 Super Tucano est un appareil léger d'attaque au sol, utilisé par une dizaine de forces aériennes qui n'ont pas forcément un budget conséquent, comme au Burkina-Faso, en Equateur, en Colombie, en Angola, au Cameroun, au Sénagal, etc... où ils sont régulièrement utilisés. C'est un appareil qui est très bien adapté à ces pays et aux missions qui lui sont confiées, comme dans des missions de lutte anti-guérilla, d'attaque au sol, ou d'appui de troupes au sol, comme c'est notamment le cas en Afghanistan.

Bien que l'appareil n'est en rien comparable aux aéronefs de certains pays occidentaux, il emporte un armement sophistiqué et adapté à son utilisation. Le Super Tucano, qui peut atteindre une vitesse avoisinant les 600km/h grâce à un turbopropulseur, dispose en interne deux canons dans ses ailes.

En externe, il peut emporter un pod canon supplémentaire, quatre pods lance-roquettes, ainsi que des bombes air-sol guidées ou non. Par ailleurs, il peut également décoller et atterrir depuis des terrains sommaires (qui n'ont pas été "préparés" au préalable), ce qui est utile lors de certaines opérations : Les avions peuvent opérer au plus près des combats, sans devoir perdre du temps à construire et aménager une piste en béton.

Depuis sa mise en service, il y a maintenant dix ans, la flotte mondiale des A-29 Super Tucano a effectué pas moins de 230 000 heures de vol, dont 30 000 heures dans le cadre de missions de combat réelles. A ce jour, Embraer Defence & Space a livré 190 A-29 Super Tucano, et dispose d'un carnet de 210 commandes fermes.

http://www.defens-aero.com/2015/06/le-ghana-commande-cinq-a-29-super-tucano.html  
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Lun 16 Nov 2015 - 18:26

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La force aérienne du Ghana sur le point de recevoir un troisième C295  


Lundi 16 novembre 2015 08:45  




(defensa.com) le Ghana a été l'un des premiers clients de l'avion de transport C295 d'Airbus défense, déjà deux exemplaires commandés ont été reçus en novembre 2011 et avril 2012 respectivement, ce qui signifiait un important bond en avant dans la modernisation de la force aérienne, après avoir évalué également le C-27J. En novembre 2014, le Président du Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, a annoncé son intention d'acquérir un troisième C295 Airbus défense, en plus des cinq avions d'Embraer Super Tucano, d'hélicoptères russes d'attaque Mil Mi-17 et de quatre hélicoptères chinois Harbin Z-9. L'appareil d'Airbus DS a donné d'excellent service dans le pays, qui a également mis l'un des deux appareils disponible auprès de l'ONU pour appuyer les opérations internationales de la MINUSMA, qui développe sa mission de maintien de la paix au Mali voisin.



La présence de ce troisième avion pour le Ghana n'a pu être vérifier, que grâce, à des photos prisent pendant les journées de presse organisé par DS Airbus, en octobre dernier à son usine de San Pablo (Séville), où est construit le modèle susmentionné et son « petit frère » le CN235. En Afrique, jusqu'à cette date, outre les trois appareils commandés par le Ghana, a été vendu six en Algérie,  le principal client l'Egypte, qui a commandé dans des ordres différents pour un total 20 appareils, beaucoup déjà en service et que cela peut nécessité d'autre unités supplémentaires. Des avions égyptiennes ont été réalisées à ce jour, quatre années de fonctionnement, un total de 10 000 heures de vol. (Texte et photo : Julio Maíz Sanz)

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· Image de l'air force C295 troisième du Ghana, déjà avec les marques et enregistrement GHF-552 de cette petite, mais très moderne de l'aviation militaire.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Mer 6 Jan 2016 - 9:51

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Ghana to get Mi-35 helicopter

Jeremy Binnie, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
04 January 2016



The Ghanaian Air Force is in the process of acquiring one Mil Mi-35 assault helicopter, Chief of Air Staff Air Vice Marshal Michael Samson-Oje revealed in his end-of-year message.

Summing up his service's other procurement programmes, AVM Samson-Oje said the new Harbin Z-9EH helicopters were delivered on time in 2015, the acquisition of Embraer Super Tucano turboprops was "far advanced", and that an additional Airbus C295M transport was expected to be delivered in January 2016.

Ghana received four Z-9EHs in September 2015, has ordered five Super Tucanos, and already has two C295s in service.








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Sam 23 Jan 2016 - 10:28

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New Ghana Armed Forces Chief of Staff
January 21, 2016


The out-going Chief of Staff (COS), Major General Bobson Saagbul has officially handed over the staff of office to Brigadier General Sampson Kudjo Adeti on Friday 16 January, 2016 at the General Headquarters Burma Camp, Accra.

In his remarks, Maj Gen Saagbul was very glad to handover the baton to his successor. He congratulated Brig Gen Adeti on his new appointment and urged him to continue where he left off. He wished him well in all his endeavours. He further added that his doors were opened to him at all times.

In his acceptance remarks, Brig Gen Adeti started that, with a humble heart he was honoured to step into the shoes of his predecessor. He recounted several significant appointments held by Maj Gen Saagbul in the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), hence taking over from him was going to be a tall order.

He assured him that he and other senior officers will join combine their efforts to achieve success. Adding that, they will always consult him and tap into his rich resources. He congratulated him for steering the office into such a huge success.

Brig Gen Adeti stated that, he will uphold the Staff of Office to the best of his ability and will be loyal to the Military High Command and everyone who has entrusted to him the responsibility of the COS of the GAF.

Brig Gen Adeti before his appointment as the COS was the General Officer Commanding, Southern Command.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Sam 23 Jan 2016 - 10:29

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Ghana Deploys Troops Against Possible Terror Attacks
January 20, 2016


Government has deployed dozens of security personnel throughout the capital and at major installations across the country to stem any possible terrorist attack.

The move follows a terrorist attack on a luxurious hotel in Burkina Faso last week Friday [January 15], shooting some people and taking others hostage in a siege that lasted for hours and ended with 29 dead. An al Qaeda-linked terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack on the hotel, which is a popular meeting place for Western diplomats in the capital, Ouagadougou.

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has also stated that the military are very much alert and ready for any probable extremist assault on the country, calling on Ghanaians to remain calm. The Minister of Interior, Mark Owen Woyongo, who disclosed this yesterday, assured Ghanaians that the government was on top of issues.

Hours after the disclosure of the directive by the Interior Minister yesterday, Military and Police officers moved to the Ghana-Burkina Faso border at Paga to support the officers of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) stationed, thus beefing up security to forestall any possible spillover of last Friday’s terrorist attack on a Ouagadougou hotel.

The Chronicle’s William Jalulah, reporting from Paga, said residents were living in fear after the Ouagadougou mayhem.

But, Francis Tachie, the Assistant Controller of the Immigration Service at the Ghana-Burkina Faso border town of Paga has called on the residents to be calm as military and police officers had been dispatched to augment the GIS presence at the border.

According to Mr. Tachie, per Jalulah’s report, the move would ensure a beef up of security around the border, saying that this would take care of the many unapproved routes in and out of Ghana, to and from Burkina Faso. He, therefore, advised residents to be on high alert for any strange movement of people around the border to report same to any of the security agencies and not to shield them.

In a related development, Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament, Doe Adjaho, expressed concern over the recent Ouagadougou hotel attacks noting that Ghana might be a bit exposed as the mastermind of such heinous attacks are within reach. “The terrorists are not very far from us; 27 people died at a Hotel in Burkina Faso.

It has happened in Mali, Nigeria and Burkina Faso. We need to pray for this country. If there is any time we have to draw closer to God, this is the time,” he said. He was speaking during a thanksgiving church service of the First Sky Group and the handing over of church buildings to the Assemblies of God Secretariat in Ho.

As reported by Mohammed Awal for The Chronicle




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Ghanéene/Ghana Armed Forces   Ven 8 Avr 2016 - 16:45

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US Army Seeks Support for NAMRU-3 Ghana Detachment
April 8, 2016



The US Army Contracting Command has issued a sources sought document to gather information that will assist in the determination of a suitable acquisition solution for providing: (1) management support between the US Government and potential foreign personnel and organizations located at the client’s site or Area of Responsibility (AOR); and (2) active, field-based biosurveillance, laboratory testing and scientific analysis, and host nation laboratory capacity building for research and development (R&D) related to emerging infectious diseases. The latter may include but not be limited to: (a) collection of pathogenic samples and specimens (e.g., swabs, blood draws); (b) support for entomological studies (e.g. vector mapping and control, and the collection and taxonomy of arthropods of medical importance); (c) support for etiological lab analyses of collected specimens to include conventional bacteriology, parasitology, immunology, and basic to advanced diagnostics in Biosafety Level Two (BSL-2) or less conditions; (d) specimen accessioning and archiving; (e) data entry and analysis services to support the aforementioned laboratory studies, (f) field testing of advanced diagnostic devices (e.g., novel field deployable rapid assays), (g) ancillary laboratory support services to include (but not be limited to) janitorial services, supply management, medical waste disposal, equipment maintenance and other laboratory operations support services; (h) assisting in training programs designed to boost host nation laboratory capacity; and (i) other R&D activities performed in consonance with the mission of the NAMRU-3 and its Ghana Detachment.

The primary sites of performance for this potential requirement are the NAMRU-3 Ghana Detachment headquarters in Accra, Ghana, and various hospitals, Ghana Armed Forces medical facilities, collaborating institutions, and field surveillance sites around Ghana and in surrounding West Africa partner countries. Due to the unique requirements involved with performance in OCONUS/Foreign locations, interested parties to this RFI should address – in addition to the technical aspects above – capability and familiarity with engaging foreign personnel and subcontracting with foreign (including governmental) entities and ensuring compliance with local laws and observances, and US Department of State requirements, especially as they relate to the CENTCOM and AFRICOM areas of responsibility, and the West Africa region.





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