The Incident Command System (ICS) is entirely a management tool which creates a scope for the civil organization to establish a temporary organization which will help them to carry out the emergency response operation smoothly. The ICS was adopted from military structure by California Fire department through FIRESCOPE project in USA and they use it as a management tool in emergency response operation during wildfire. Government of Bangladesh (GOB) introduced ICS in our Standing Order on Disaster 2011 but in a different terminology that is “Multi – Agency Disaster Incident Management System (MADIMS)”. The well-defined and command structure of ICS/MADIMS inspires the civil organization to adopt this system. In present world many developed countries are now following the ICS in their emergency response phase. Recently India has formulated the guideline for ICS in their country. This study focuses the action frame work of the Armed Forces at District level basing on the context of ICS/MADIMS. The action framework of Armed Forces is proposed through various models with their advantages and disadvantages. At the end this paper recommends a few guidelines for the successful implementation of ICS/MADIMS in Bangladesh.