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108 STAT. 2976 PUBLIC LAW 103-337—OCT. 5, 1994 "CHAPTER 1007—ADMINISTRATION OF RESERVE COMPONENTS "Sec. "10201. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. "10202. Regulations. "10203. Reserve affairs: designation of general or flag officer of each armed force. "10204. Personnel records. "10205. Members of Individual Ready Reserve: requirement of notification of change of status. "10206. Members: periodic physical examinations. "10207. Mobilization forces: maintenance. "10208. Annual mobilization exercise. "10209. Regular and reserve components: discrimination prohibited. "10210. Dissemination of information. "10211. Policies and regulations: participation of reserve officers in preparation and administration. "10212. Gratuitous services of officers: authority to accept. "10213. Reserve components: dual membership prohibited. ai "10214. Adjutants general and assistant adjutants general: reference to other officers of National Guard. "10215. Officers of Army National Guard of the United States and Air National Guard of the United States: authority with respect to Federal status. "§ 10201. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve A^airs "As provided in section 138(b)(2) of this title, the official in the Department of Defense with responsibility for overall supervision of reserve component affairs of the Department of Defense is the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs.

  • '§ 10202. Regulations

"(a) Subject to standards, policies, and procedures prescribed by the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of each military department shall prescribe such regulations as the Secretary considers necessary to carry out provisions of law relating to the reserve components under the Secretary's jurisdiction. "(b) The Secretary of Transportation, with the concurrence of the Secretary of the Navy, shall prescribe such regulations as the Secretary considers necessary to carry out all provisions of law relating to the reserve components insofar as they relate to the Coast Guard, except when the Coast Guard is operating as a service in the Navy. "(c) So far as practicable, regulations for all reserve components shall be uniform. ^§ 10203. Reserve affairs: designation of general or flag officer of each armed force "(a) The Secretary of the Army may designate a general officer of the Army to be directly responsible for reserve affairs to the Chief of Staff of the Army. "(b) The Secretary of the Navy may designate a flag officer of the Navy to be directly responsible for reserve affairs to the Chief of Naval Operations and a general officer of the Marine Corps to be directly responsible for reserve affairs to the Commandant of the Marine Corps. "(c) The Secretary of the Air Force may designate a general officer of the Air Force to be directly responsible for reserve affairs to the Chief of Staff of the Air Force. "(d) The Secretary of Transportation may designate a flag officer of the Coast Guard to be directly responsible for reserve affairs to the Commandant of the Coast Guard.