Naval Dock Yard


Commodore Samuel Angmor (the Commodore Superintendent) was enlisted  into  the  Technical  Branch  of  the  Ghana  Navy  on  2 November 1984 and commissioned   in October   1989   after   successfully  completing  a  Bsc  Mechanical  Engineering Degree   programme  at  the  Kwame Nkrumah  University  of  Science  and  Technology,  Kumasi.  During the basic cadet training he happened to be among one of the six naval cadets to have successfully completed a parachute training at the Airborne Force in Tamale and awarded a full wing badge.

Cdre Angmor holds Master of Arts Degree in International Affairs, from Legon Centre of International Affairs of the University of Ghana. He has also undertaken a number of other courses notably:

Maintenance of MTU engine model 16V 538TB 91 at Friedrichshafen, Germany (1992).

Mechanical Transport Officers Course at Armed Forces Transport School, Burma Camp Accra, Ghana (1992).

Junior Staff Course at the Command and Staff College, Teshie (Jul 1993 – Oct 1993).

Marine Engineering Specialization Course at the Centre of Marine Engineering Technology, INS SHIVAJI, India (1993 – 1995)

Senior Staff Course at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Teshie, Ghana (2000-2001).

Precise Project Operation Programming and Administration at the Institute of Local Government Studies, Accra, Ghana (Nov 2004).

Defence Management Course at the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Teshie, Ghana (May 05).

The senior officer served onboard Ghana Navy Ship (GNS) YOGAGA as Assistant Marine Engineer Officer and later became the Substantive Engineer Officer from 24 Sep 97- 19 Mar 99. He also served as the substantive Marine Engineer Officer onboard GNS SEBO (Sep 95 – Sep 97), GNS ACHIMOTA (Mar 99 – Jul 99) and GNS ANZONE     (2003-2004). Some of the shore appointments held by Cdre Angmor were OIC Technical Training at the Navy Trade Training School, Sekondi, Deputy Director Technical in- Charge of Fleet Maintenance, at the Naval Headquarters, Command Technical Officer at the Western Naval Command, Deputy Superintendent of the Naval Dockyard (12 Feb 08 – 15 Aug 12) before his current appoint as the Commodore Superintendent at the Naval Dockyard, Sekondi.

Cdre Angmor was among the first batch of troops to be landed in Liberia in August 1990 for ECOMOG operation onboard GNS YOGAGA.  He also served in Sierra Leone on a number of occasions with both GNS YOGAGA and ACHIMOTA on subsequent ECOMOG operations.  Cdre Angmor has had a year’s tour each with United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone and the African Union Mission in Sudan.