Janko Vukotic (Јанко Вукотић)
Janko Vukotic was born in the village of Chevo near Cetinje in Montenegro on 18.II 1866. He graduated from the Millitary Academy in Modena in 1886. In 1902. he became Colonel (бригадир). In period 1905-1910, he was a member of the government, when he was promoted to General (дивизијар) and Commander of 1. division. He had the title of "Serdar," which was reserved only for the best men in Montenegro.
In the Great War, he was in the beginning Chief of High Command and Ckmmander of the Herzegovina detachment. In autumn 1914 he became Commander of the Sandzak Army which together with Serbian Uzice Army made the offensive in eastern Bosnia in September 1914.
In the Great Retreat, he succesfuly protected the left flank of the Serbian Army. He suggested King Nikola to retreat Montenegrin Army together with Serbian. King refused his suggetion, and he resigned from all his functions. But he still remained Commander of the Sandzak Army, and lead the Montenegrin Army in the Battle of Mojkovac (January 1916), where outnumbered Montenegrin troops had successfully protected the Serbian Army in its retreat through Albania. After Montenegrian capitulation, he was captured. After the war he was General in the Kingdom of Yugoslav Army. He died in Belgrade on 4. II 1927.
Bozidar Jankovic (Божидар Јанковић)
He was born in Belgrade 18. XII 1849. He graduated artillery school in Belgrade 1874. In the Serbo-Turkish wars (1876-1878) he was Chief of Staff of the Cuprija Brigade I class. In the Serbo-Bulgarian war (1885) he was in service on the High Command. After that he was Division Commander, Chief of Staff of Active Army, Minister of Defense.