Since (the creation of/the beginning of the existence of) Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) in the 1950s till date it has been started/working at many military operations ranging from war fighting to People-helping Help/Disaster Relief (HADR) and (serving to prevent war and fighting)/support Operations (PKOs). However in recent times Peace Support Operations (PSO) mainly termed (serving to prevent war and fighting) have been a first (or most important) distraction/(something that’s always on someone’s mind) of the Ghana Armed Forces. For the past thirty years or more it has been operating in Lebanon and Congo DRC and (not very long ago) Liberia, Chad, and South Sudan which happens to be Africa’s newest nation. Ghana Armed forces have (sent out and used) officers and men in this military operating theatres with the mission of creating a (surrounding conditions) of security, (firm and steady nature/lasting nature/strength) and peaceful atmosphere in the (pertaining to each person or thing) nations. Operations by the military involve a high degree of careful and described/explained (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) planning to get on top of/win or (make something as small as possible/treat something important as unimportant) the connected dangers or difficulties that may interfere with the goals of the military operation. Armed tasks involve a high grade of difficulty and (state of not being safe/source of mental worry), where actions, purposes and dangers change/differ over time and the (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) needs to reflect the operating facts or conditions (that surround someone) (Ferris and Keithly, 2001). Completing these missions rests on the ability of the Armed Forces to be prepared and move its forces to the operational theatre and sustain them while they are engaged. (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) provide the most important part for military operations. Without fuel, bullets, limited portions, and other supplies, the Armed Forces would stop. The Ghana military must be prepared to be sent out and used anywhere on the globe especially in a time in history of (supporting) group war fighting, (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) remain a key factor. 2 Sourcing and (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) use/military service in modern operating theatres have moved/changed from the usual supplies such as fuel and limited portion to the insertions of advanced (related to computers and science) equipment such as more fast and silent jets, (the latest and best) riot-control military weapons, lighter infantry gear that do not overstretch troops, ultra-light cars and better frontline (basic equipment needed for a business or society to operate)s. In the marine (land area owned or controlled by someone), Naval chiefs have for years been trying to get for clever mini-submarines that can be distantly activated, and fast toughened control boats for anti-piracy and (land next to a body of water) safety tasks. Exact information on the enemy is continuously on the armed forces wish list, and (action of accomplishing or completing something challenging) in upcoming fights/disagrees will have need of (ability to do things very well) that can kill constant/very energetic information gathering to help detect enemies and friendly armies such as Unarmed Vehicles (UAVs/drones), robots that can operate (in a self-ruling way) to manage and do ordinary and boring job. This study therefore examines the sourcing and (planning required to move people and supplies to where they’re needed) support for operations in the Ghana Armed Forces.