|Born||8 July 1947|
Sanski Most, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia
|Died||7 March 2003 (aged 55)|
Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Allegiance|| SFR Yugoslavia (1967–92) |
Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992–95)
|Years of service||1970–96|
|Unit||Operational Group (OG) Bosnian Krajina, 3rd Corps, 7th Corps|
|Commands held||Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBiH)|
Mehmed Alagić (8 July 1947 – 7 March 2003) was a general in the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was on trial for war crimes in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague and was acquitted.
Mehmed Alagić graduated from the JNA military academy in Banja Luka in 1970. Later he became the commander of the military academy. In 1986, he became commander of the 36th mechanized brigade and in 1989 commander of the Zrenjanin brigade as part of the Novi Sad Corps.
Alagić left the JNA in February 1991. On 13 December 1993 he served in the 17th Krajina Brigade of the 3rd Corps of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On 8 March 1993 he became commander of the Operational Group (OG) Bosnian Krajina within the 3rd Corps. He became commander of the 3rd Corps on 1 November 1993.