Chapter III—Executive directives in time of war or armed hostilities-
Executive Order 9066-February 19, 1942: Authorizing
the Secretary of War to prescribe military areas.---
Military Order—January 11, 1945: Governing the estab-
lishment of military commissions for the trial of
certain offenders against the law of war, and govern-
ing the procedure for such commissions..
Proclamation 2655—July 14, 1945: Removal of alien
Proclamation 3504–October 23, 1962: Interdiction of
the delivery of offensive weapons to Cuba-----
Order by President Johnson reaffirming, ex-President
Kennedy's policy on Vietnam (excerpts from National
Security Action Memorandum 273, Nov. 26, 1963) --
U.S. orders for preparations for some retaliatory action
(excerpts from National Action Memorandum 288,
Mar. 17, 1964)---
Cable authorizing air strikes on Laos infiltration routes
(cablegram from State Department and Defense De-
partment to U.S. Embassy in Vientiane, Oct. 6, 1964).
White House cable to Taylor on the Rolling Thunder
decision (excerpts from cablegram from State Depart-
ment to Ambassador Taylor, Feb. 13, 1965).
April 1965 order increasing ground force and shifting
mission (National Security Action Memorandum 328,
Apr. 6, 1965).
Authority for B-52 strikes against targets in Cambodia
(TS) (undated, now reclassified from top secret-
sensitive-your eyes only, memorandum to the Sec-
retary of Defense from Earle G. Wheeler, chairman,
Joint Chiefs of Staff)-
Address by the President on the situation in Southeast
Asia before live radio and television, April 30, 1970..
IV-Executive directives to cope with domestic disorders..
Relevant provisions of the United States Code:
10 U.S.C. 331. Federal aid for State governments.---
332. Use of militia and armed forces to en-
force Federal authority
333. Interference with State and Federal law.
334. Proclamation to disperse..-
Proclamation—March 12, 1799: Combinations to resist
the laws of the United States.--
Proclamation-April 15, 1861: Militia called out to
cause laws to be duly executed..
Proclamation-September 24, 1862: Rebels and their
abettors to be subject to martial law.
Proclamation 2588—June 21, 1943: Domestic violence
in the State of Michigan ..
Proclamation 3204-September 25, 1957: Obstruction
of justice in the State of Arkansas...
Executive Order 10730-September 25, 1957: Providing
assistance for the removal of an obstruction of justice
within the State of Arkansas
Proclamation 3497-October 2, 1962: Obstructions of
justice in the State of Mississippi.
Executive Order 11053—October 2, 1962: Providing
assistance for the removal of unlawful obstructions of
justice in the State of Mississippi
Proclamation 3554-September 10, 1963: Obstruction
of justice in the State of Alabamá..
Executive Order 11118-September 10, 1963: Assistance
for removal of unlawful obstructions of justice in the
State of Alabama.
Proclamation 3645—March 20, 1965: Providing Federal
assistance in the State of Alabama.
Executive Order 11207—March 20, 1965: Providing
Federal assistance in the State of Alabama...