Management and Organization of the US Armed Forces (NATO Member) and the BiH Armed Forces


  • Rusmir Musa



constitution, democratic control, USAF, parliamentary supervision, administrative bodies


The foundations of the organization and functioning of the modern armed forces, especially in the light of the emerging global security paradigm, have been the subject of many scientific papers in the past period. The same applies primarily to highlighting global security challenges and general assumptions related to organization, management and command and control in the system of armed forces of members of the NATO alliance with an emphasis on the US Armed Forces as the representative and most important member of the organization in question. In addition to the above, it is necessary to descriptively present possible challenges and experiences related to the present limitations in the management system of the modern armed forces, as well as perspectives, i.e. the further direction of development and the specific role of state administration bodies in a very important state and social segment.

The basis of the complete elaboration within the subject scientific work is on the general characteristics of the position and functioning of the armed forces in modern democratic systems and the established organizational and management mechanisms of Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the only legal armed force in Bosnia and Herzegovina whose full legality and legitimacy is established within the framework of the Dayton Peace Agreement, more specifically in Article IV (Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina).


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Musa, R. (2023). Management and Organization of the US Armed Forces (NATO Member) and the BiH Armed Forces. Uprava, 14(2), 132–147.