Chief Warrant Officer Addo Daniel
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Addo Daniel was enlisted into the Ghana Army on 5th January 1996. After a six months hard basic military training at the Army Recruit Training School at Shai Hills in the Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana, he was posted to 4 Infantry Battalion in Kumasi. CWO Addo has attended all his requisite career field courses including Basic and Advance Machine Gun, Basic and Advance Infantry Platoon Weapon Course, Advance Non-Commission Officers Tactical Course and Army Drill and Duties Course at the Army Combat Training School, Teshie in Accra. He also attended the Fire NCO’s Course at the Armed Forces Fire Service Training School in Accra.
CWO Addo Daniel holds a Diploma in American Language Course from the Defense Language Institute English Language Center in San Antonio Texas in USA. He holds a certificate in joint knowledge online Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education II (SEJPME II) from the United States of America. Chief Warrant Officer Addo is a graduate of the “Class 68 of the United States Army NCO’s Leadership Centre of Excellence” Sergeants Major Course where he was inducted into the international students’ hall of fame.
Until his current appointment as the Forces Sergeant Major of the Ghana Armed Forces, CWO Addo had served with distinction as a Machine Gun Warrant Officer at the Army Combat Training School, the Regimental Sergeant Major for MONUSCO GHANBATT 12, Command Sergeant Major, HQ Central Command in Kumasi, and the Sergeant of the Ghana Army.
CWO Daniel Addo has been awarded with the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, after attaining 15 years in the Service with an unblemished record. He also took part in the following Peacekeeping operations:
- ECOMOG GHANBATT 16 – Sierra Leone.
- UNIFIL GHANBATTS 57,59 &73 – Southern Lebanon
- UNMIL GHANBATTS 6 &17 – Liberia
- MONUSCO GHANBATT 12 – DR Congo.
CWO Daniel Addo holds both a BSc. and HND in Accounting from the University of Professional Studies, Accra, Ghana (UPSA).