Title 10, United States Code: Armed Forces (as Amended Through December 31, 1983)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984 - Military law - 1050 pages
 

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Contents

American Registry of Pathology
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CHAPTER 8DEFENSE AGENCIES 191 Unauthorized use of Defense Intelligence Agency name initials or seal
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CHAPTER 9REGULAR COMPONENTS No present sections
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designation of general or flag officer of each military de partment personnel and logistic support for reserves reports to Con gress 265 Policies and re...
54
Reserve Co mponents 261
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CHAPTER 18MILITARY COOPERATION WITH CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS Sec 371 Use of information collected during mili...
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PART IIPERSONNEL
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who may administer 503 Enlistments recruiting campaigns compilation of directory information 504 Persons not qualified 505 Regular components ...
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Officer Strength and Distribution in Grade 521
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Appointments in Regular Components 531
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Appointments of Regular Warrant Officers 555
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Appointments as Reserve Officers 591
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Special Appointments Assignments Details
143
SUBCHAPTER IIAPPREHENsion AND RESTRAINT
157
SUBCHAPTER VCoMPosition of CourtMARTIAL
164
Retention and Promotion 1001
225
Retirement for Age 1251
278
Regulations
280
reference to other offi cers of National Guard CHAPTER 13THE MILITIA
281
Retired Grade 1370
286
Computation of Retired Pay 1401
289
composition and classes
311
exemptions CHAPTER 15INSURRECTION
312
Annuities Based on j or Retainer Pay 1431
329
Federal aid for State governments
331
Use of militia and armed forces to enforce Federal authority
332
Interference with State and Federal
333
Proclamation to disperse
334
Guam and Virgin Islands included as State
335
Posthumous Commissions and Warrants 1521
346
Correction of Military Records 1551
348
Civilian Employees 1581
352
PART IIITRAINING
361
Training Generally 2001
363
Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps 2031
367
Senior Reserve Officers Training Corps 2101
369
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 2112
379
Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Pro
387
Educational Assistance for Enlisted Members of the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve 2131
389
Educational Assistance for Persons Enlisting for Active Duty 2141
392
PART IVSERVICE SUPPLY AND PROCUREMENT
399
Planning and Coordination 220 1
401
Facilities for Reserve Components 2231
407
Encouragement of Aviation 2271
413
Procurement Generally 2301
418
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Acquisition and CrossServicing Agreements 2321
434
Research and Development 2351
439
Miscellaneous Procurement Provisions 2381
444
Production by Military Agencies 2421
459
Cataloging and Standardization 2451
460
Utilities and Services 2481
465
Issue to Armed Forces 2511
466
Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces 2541
467
Acceptance of Gifts and Services 2601
475
Transportation 2631
478
Real Property Related Personal Property and Lease of NonExcess Property 2661
482
Property Records 2701
500
Military Claims 2731
501
Accountability and Responsibility 2771
508
Defense Mapping Agency 27 91
514
Military Construction and Military Family Housing 2801
515
SUBTITLE BARMY PART IORGANIZATION Chap 301 Definitions 303 Department of the Army 305 The Army Staff
535
The Army
540
543 Repealed 544 Temporary Appointments 5721
543
545 Repealed
545
Strength 333 Enlistments 335 Appointments in the Regular Army 337 Appointments as Reserve Officers 339 Temporary Appointments 341 Active ...
559
Duties
596
Rank and Command
599
Retirement for Length of Service 3911
621
Retired Grade 3961
624
Computation of Retired Pay 3991
627
347 Repealed
632
PART IIITRAINING
633
Training Generally 4301
635
United States Military Academy 4331
640
405 Repealed
652
Schools and Camps 4411
653
PART IVSERVICE SUPPLY AND PROCUREMENT
655
Industrial Mobilization Research and Development 4501
657
Procurement 4531
660
Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces 4561
663
Utilities and Services 4591
665
Sales of Serviceable Material 4621
671
Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material 4681
673
Inquests Disposition of Effects of Deceased Persons Captured Flags 4711
676
Transportation 4741
679
Real Property 4771
682
Bureaus Office of the Judge Advocate General Office of Naval Research 5131
704
Commandant of the Marine Corps Headquarters Marine Corps 5201
712
516 Repealed 517 Repealed
715
Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve 5251
716
PART IIPERSONNEL
717
351 Repealed
719
Distribution in Grade 5441
720
Grade and Rank of Officers 5501
728
547 Repealed
729
Reserve Promotions 5891
744
Officers in Command 5941
755
Special Assignments and Details 5981
758
Administration 6011
760
Rations 6081
764
Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties 6111
767
Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits 355 Hospitalization
768
Hospitalization and Medical Care 6201
773
Bands 6221
774
Decorations and Awards
776
359 Repealed 360 Repealed
780
Voluntary Retirement 6321
781
Involuntary Retirement Separation and Furlough 6371
789
336 Repealed
792
Recall to Active Duty 6481
798
Death Benefits Care of the Dead 6521
800
PART IIIEDUCATION AND TFAINING
801
Officer Procurement Programs 6901
803
United States Naval Academy 6 951
806
United States Naval Postgraduate School 7041
818
Retirement of Civilian Members of the Teaching Staffs of the United States Naval Academy and United States Naval Postgraduate School 7081
820
Miscellaneous Powers and Duties 720 1
823
Naval Vessels 7291
834
Naval Aircraft 7341
841
Salvage Facilities 7361
843
United States Naval Observatory 7395
845
Naval Petroleum Reserve 7420
846
Civilian Employees 7471
859
Procurement of Supplies and Services 7521
861
Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material 7541
862
Quarters Utilities and Related Services 7571
866
Ships Stores and Commissary Stores 7601
870
Claims 7621
872
Prize 7651
874
Stay of Judicial Proceedings 7721
886
Naval Militia 7851
890
Accountability and Responsibility 7861
891
Separation for Various Reasons 363 Separation or Transfer to Retired Reserve
893
Department of the Air Force 8010
897
The Air Staff 8031
901
The Air Force 8061
905
PART IIPERSONNEL
911
Strength 8201
913
Enlistments 8251
918
Appointments in the Regular Air Force 8281
922
Temporary Appointments 8441
941
Active Duty 8491
942
Special Appointments Assignments Details and Duties 8531
945
Rank and Command 8571
947
847 Repealed
949
Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties 8631
950
851 Repealed
951
Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits 8681
952
Hospitalization 8721
955
Decorations and Awards 8741
957
859 Repealed 860 Repealed
961
Separation for Various Reasons 8811
964
865 Repealed
969
Retirement for Length of Service 8911
970
Retired Grade 8961
973
Computation of Retired Pay 8991
976
Civilian Employees 9021
981
PART IIITRAINING 901 Training Generally 9301
983
United States Air Force Academy 9331
989
905 Repealed
999
Schools and Camps 9411
1000
Civil Air Patrol 9441
1003
PART IVSERVICE SUPPLY AND PROCUREMENT
1005
Industrial Mobilization Research and Development 9501
1007
Procurement 9531
1014
Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces 9561
1017
Utilities and Services 9591
1019
Sale of Serviceable Material 96 21
1020
Issue of Serviceable Material other than to Armed Forces 9651
1024
Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material 9681
1026
Appendix
1043
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Page 55 - Reserve: training requirements (a) Except as specifically provided in regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of Defense, or by the Secretary of Transportation with respect to the Coast Guard when it is not operating as a service in the Navy...
Page 145 - full-time National Guard duty" means training or other duty, other than inactive duty, performed by a member of the Army National Guard of the United States or the Air National Guard of the United States in...
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Page 198 - ... be imposed, unless the sentence is based upon a finding of guilty of an offense not considered upon the merits in the original proceedings, or unless the sentence prescribed for the offense is mandatory.
Page 209 - Accessory after the fact Any person subject to this chapter who, knowing that an offense punishable by this chapter has been committed, receives, comforts, or assists the offender in order to hinder or prevent his apprehension, trial, or punishment shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
Page 221 - Who, being authorized to make or deliver any paper certifying the receipt of any property of the United States furnished or intended for the military service thereof, makes or delivers to any person such writing, without having full knowledge of the truth of the statements therein contained and with intent to defraud the United States; or Who steals, embezzles, knowingly and.

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