- Dragan Paskaš
Dragan Paskaš (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Паскаш) (born 1951) is a Serbian general. He was chief of staff of the Military of Serbia and Montenegro until October 2005, when he was retired. His successor was general Ljubiša Jokić.
- ^ "Dragan Paskaš novi načelnik generalštaba vojske SČG [Dragan Paskaš new chief of staff of the army of Serbia and Montenegro]". Slovenian Press Agency. 23 December 2004. http://www.sta.si/vest.php?s=f&t=0&id=898074. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
Military offices Preceded by
Chief of the General Staff of Military of Serbia and Montenegro
23 December 2004- 6 October 2005
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