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EVENTS
Coastal and Maritime Surveillance is an official event of the Ghana Navy with full governmental support.
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ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE GHANA NAVY
Over the years the Ghana Navy has chalked significant successes in: The monitoring, controlling and surveillance of fishing activities in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) by effecting several arrests of defaulting fishing vessels.

Active participation in peace support operations in the West African sub-region by regularly re-supplying Ghana’s ECOMOG contingents.
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Rear Admiral Geoffrey Mawuli Biekro
Rear Admiral Geoffrey Mawuli Biekro was born on 28 August 1952 at Dodome in the Volta Region.

He was commissioned into the Ghana Navy as an Executive Officer on 20 December 1975 after his basic training at the Ghana Military Academy, Teshie and the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, United Kingdom (UK).

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BRIEF HISTORY OF THE GHANA NAVY
The formation of the Ghana Navy dates back to the period of World War II when the British established the Gold Coast Volunteer Force to conduct seaward patrols to keep the coastal waters of the colony free from mines. At the time of independence, a new volunteer force was organized with its headquarters at Takoradi. This consisted of 2 divisions; one stationed in Accra and the other in Takoradi. This volunteer force provided the first batch of ratings to form the nucleus of the present Ghana Navy.

POSTAL ADDRESS
Naval Headquarters
Private Mail Bag
Burma Camp, Accra, Ghana

Telephone: +233 302 (0) 777991
Fax: +233 302 (0) 761390
Email: info@navy.mil.gh

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