Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/361

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PUBLIC LAW 103-337—OCT. 5, 1994 108 STAT. 2995

  • '§ 12501. Reserve components: detail of members of regular

and reserve components to assist "The Secretary concerned shall detail such members of the regular and reserve components under his jurisdiction as are necessary to effectively develop, train, instruct, and administer those reserve components. § 12502. Chief and assistant chief of staff of National Guard divisions and wings in Federal service: detail "(a) The President may detail a regular or reserve officer of the Army as chief of staff, and a regular or reserve officer or an officer of the Army National Guard as assistant to the chief of staff, of any division of the Army National Guard that is in Federal service as an Army National Guard organization. "(b) The President may detail a regular or reserve officer of the Air Force as chief of staff, and a regular or reserve officer or an officer of the Air National Guard as assistant to the chief of staff, of any wing of the Air National Guard that is in Federal service as an Air National Guard organization. " CHAPTER 1215—MISCELLANEOUS PROHIBITIONS AND PENALTIES "[No present sections] " CHAPTER 1217—MISCELLANEOUS RIGHTS AND BENEFITS "Sec. "12601. Compensation: Reserve on active duty accepting from any person. "12602. Members of Army National Guard of United States and Air National Guard of United States: credit for service as members of National Guard. "§ 12601. Compensation: Reserve on active duty accepting from any person "Any Reserve who, before being ordered to active duty, was receiving compensation from any person may, while he is on that duty, receive compensation from that person. "§ 12602. Members of Army National Guard of United States and Air National Guard of United States: credit for service as members of National Guard "(a) For the purposes of laws providing benefits for members of the Army National Guard of the United States and their dependents and beneficiaries— "(1) military training, duty, or other service performed by a member of the Army National Guard of the United States in his status as a member of the Army National Guard for which he is entitled to pay from the United States shall be considered military training, duty, or other service, as the case may be, in Federal service as a Reserve of the Army; "(2) full-time National Guard duty performed by a member of the Army National Guard of the United States shall be considered active duty in Federal service as a Reserve of the , Army; and i^< > "(3) inactive-duty training performed by a member of the Army National Guard of the United States in his status as