|Marshal of Yugoslavia|
|Service branch||Yugoslav People's Army|
|Rank||Six-star rank, Five-star rank (since 1974)|
|NATO rank code||OF-11, OF-10 (since 1974)|
|Non-NATO rank||O-12, O-11 (before 1974)|
|Formation||29 November 1943|
|Abolished||4 May 1980|
|Next higher rank||None|
|Next lower rank||General|
Marshal of Yugoslavia (Serbo-Croatian: Maršal Jugoslavije / Маршал Југославије; Slovene: Maršal Jugoslavije; Macedonian: Маршал на Југославија, romanized: Maršal na Jugoslavija) was the highest rank of the Yugoslav People's Army (equivalent to field marshal), and, simultaneously, a Yugoslav honorific title.
The only person to ever hold the rank of "Marshal of Yugoslavia" was Josip Broz Tito, with the term "Marshal" becoming synonymous with his name in Yugoslavia. He received it at the second session of AVNOJ in the Bosnian town of Jajce on 29 November 1943, and held it until his death on 4 May 1980. Understanding the propaganda effects uniforms had on the general population, Tito had more than 70 different marshal uniforms.
|1||Major Boško Čolić||1943–1945|
|2||Colonel general Milan Žeželj||1945–1962|
|3||Major general Luka Božović||1962–1966|
|4||Lt. Col. General Đuka Balenović||1966–1971|
|5||Major general Anđelko Valter||1971–1973|
|6||Lt. Col. General Marko Rapo||1973–1977|
|7||Vice admiral Tihomir Vilović||1977–1979|
|8||Counter admiral Zvonimir Kostić||1979|
|1||Colonel general Miloš Šumonja||1948–1967|
|2||Colonel general Bruno Vuletić||1967–1979|
|3||Counter admiral Zvonimir Kostić||1979–1980|
Shoulder boards of the rank of Marshal of Yugoslavia for the Ground Forces, used 1947–1951.
Shoulder boards of the rank of Marshal of Yugoslavia for the Navy, used 1947–1951.
Sleeve insignia of the rank of Marshal of Yugoslavia for the Ground Forces, used 1943–1947.
Sleeve insignia of the rank of Marshal of Yugoslavia for the Air Force, used 1943–1947.
The first Marshal uniform from the National Liberation War.
Marshal uniform of the Ground Forces.
Marshal uniform of the Air Force.
Marshal uniform of the Navy.