IN exercise of the powers
conferred on the
Commander-in-Chief by section 97
of the Armed Forces Act, 1962 (Act
105) and after consultation with
the Armed Forces Council, these
Regulations are made this 15th day
of November, 1976.
Regulation 1—Chapter 206 of C.I.
Chapter 206 of the Armed Forces
Regulations, 1970 (C.I. 12) as
amended is hereby further amended
by the insertion immediately after
206.11 (4) of the following—
"206.12. Rehabilitation of Invalid
Officers and Men.
(1) An invalided officer or man
shall qualify for rehabilitation
if his invalidation is
attributable to natural causes or
injuries suffered while
performing military duties.
(2) An officer or man who
qualifies under (1) of this
article shall be—
(a) entitled to free medical care
in any military or state
(b) assisted in acquiring a house
if he so desires, from his release
(c) offered financial assistance
on admission to an approved trades
school for training in a trade of
(d) assisted to find suitable
employment or set up his own
workshop after successfully
completing his training under
Regulation 2—Article 206.71 of
C.I. 12 Amended.
The Armed Forces Regulations, 1970
(C.I. 12) as amended are hereby
further amended by the addition
immediately after Article 206. 71
(4) of the following—
"(5) An invalided officer who
qualifies for rehabilitation under
Article 206.12 (1) shall on
leaving the Active List be
permitted to retain as courtesy
title in civil life his rank."
These Regulations are deemed to
have come into force on the 25th
day of September, 1970.
GENERAL I. K. ACHEAMPONG
Chairman of the Supreme Military
Date of Gazette Notification: 24th