Chiefs of Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Summary

Chairman of the Chiefs of Joint Staff
Načelnik Zajedničkog štaba Oružanih snaga Bosne i Hercegovine
Senad Mašović.jpg
Incumbent
Colonel general Senad Mašović

since 28 February 2018
Ministry of Defence
Member ofJoint Staff
Reports toThe Presidency
AppointerThe Presidency
Formation1 January 2006
First holderLt. Col. General Sifet Podžić
WebsiteOfficial website (in English)

The Chiefs of Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina are a group of Chiefs that have command over the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Role and responsibility

After the January 2006 abolition of the Army of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Army of Republika Srpska and the creation of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Chiefs of Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina was created.

Their role and responsibility right now is to implement processes of reform and transformation of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Activity is in process and it asks new structures, new rules, new way of thinking and adaption.

List of chiefs of joint staff

Chiefs of Joint Staff structure

For period from 1918 to 2006, see Chief of the General Staff of Yugoslavia.

No. Portrait Chairman of the Chiefs of Joint Staff Took office Left office Time in office Ref
1
Sifet Podžić
Podžić, SifetLt. Col. General
Sifet Podžić
(born 1959)
1 January 200620 July 20082 years, 201 days[1]
2
Miladin Milojčić [sl]
Milojčić, MiladinLt. Col. General
Miladin Milojčić [sl]
(born 1958)
20 July 200828 February 20134 years, 223 days[2][3]
3
Anto Jeleč [sl]
Jeleč, AntoLt. Col. General
Anto Jeleč [sl]
(born 1959)
28 February 201328 February 20185 years, 0 days[3]
4
Senad Mašović [sl]
Mašović, SenadColonel general
Senad Mašović [sl]
(born 1969)
28 February 2018Incumbent3 years, 275 days[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Anadolija (28 February 2018). "Mašović Took Over as Chief". ba.n1info.com (in Bosnian). Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  2. ^ Čubro, Mirza (21 July 2008). "Miladin Milojčić New Chief". nezavisne.com (in Bosnian). Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  3. ^ a b Agencije (28 February 2014). "Miladin Milojčić Retires". nezavisne.com (in Bosnian). Retrieved 5 March 2018.