This chapter provides an overview of Ghana's transition from praetorian to civilian rule and discuss some persistent challenges to the advancement of democratic civil-military relations in Ghana. In Ghana, the military's role in a broader election security apparatus has produced a virtuous cycle in which improvements to election quality strengthen and reinforce democratic civil-military relations. Coordination of elections through Ghana's NESTF has contributed to what many see as effective provision of election security by Ghana's security agencies. Although challenges in the provision of Ghana's election security remain, this discussion illustrates how Ghana's election security task force has become more effective and efficient in ensuring security surrounding elections. Additionally, though outside of conventional military roles, the GAF's participation in election security has contributed to these successes. The military's involvement in election security has also paid dividends for Ghana's democratic civil-military relations.