He said this cooperation is manifested in the current peace in the country.
Lt-Gen Blay made the observation in an interaction with Journalists during a working visit to the 66th Artillery Regiment in Ho.
He said the visit was a routine tour to interact with his men and women to further strengthen the needed esprit-de-corps in the military.
Lt-Gen Blay visited the Regiment’s kraal, which holds 285 cattle, maize farms, and a swimming pool project, among others.
He suggested that the Regiment should go into partnership with a private entrepreneur to raise the swimming pool centre into a bustling entertainment joint.
The CDS urged the command of the Regiment to make use of their vast land as a corporate entity and also encourage soldiers to use their spare time in farming.
Lt-Gen Blay told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that the thrust of his close door meeting with the soldiers, as part of the tour, was to give them pep-talks on comportment and listen to some of their concerns.
He said he was pleased with the state of discipline at the Regiment.