Ghana Army Ranks: List of Ghana Army Ranking Structure

See the complete Ranking Structure of the Ghanaian Army (GA) www.gaf.mil.gh – List of Ghana Army ranks of officers and Enlisted soldiers.

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It is important to have a knowledge of the Ghana Army Ranks just in case… Below is the list of all Ghana Army Ranks in their respective order.  Army ranking consists or subdivided into two part, the Officers And Enlisted officers.

The Officers:  are the managers, problem solvers, key influencers and planners who lead Enlisted Soldiers in all situations. are responsible for leading and training enlisted.

Enlisted Officers: is a military officer who is given authority through a officer, but he or she is not technically considered to be in command.

See Also: Ghana Navy Ranks And Ghana Air Force Ranks

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GHANA ARMY RANKS STRUCTURE

Ghana Army Ranks Structure

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The GA rank structure is similar to the British army ranks structure, they are arranged in descending order:

GHANA ARMY RANKS FOR OFFICERS

The ghana army has 10 ranks for officers which General is the higher rank among and Second Lieutenant is the lowest rank. Beneath is the complete list of GA officers ranks:

  1. General – ★★★★ [5 Stars]
  2. Lieutenant General – ★★★★ [4 Stars]
  3. Major General – ★★★ [3 Stars]
  4. Brigadier General – ★★ [2 Stars]
  5. Colonel – ★ [1 Stars]
  6. Lieutenant Colonel
  7. Major
  8. Captain
  9. Lieutenant
  10. Second Lieutenant – [Lowest Rank]

GHANA ARMY RANKS FOR ENLISTED OFFICERS

There are 9 ranks in the Ghana Army for Enlisted officers. They are listed below:

  1. Chief Warrant Officer
  2. Warrant Officer Class I.
  3. Warrant Officer Class II.
  4. Staff Sergeant.
  5. Sergeant.
  6. Corporal.
  7. Lance-corporal.
  8. Private.
  9. Recruit – [Lowest Rank]
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