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(b) There is a Provost Marshal General in the Army. The Provost Marshal General shall perform the duties prescribed by the Secretary, by the Chief of Staff, or by law. (c) The position of Inspector General and that of Provost Marshal General shall each be filled by the detail of a general ofRcer of the Army for a tour of duty of not more than four years. However, the Secretary may extend such a tour of duty if he makes a special finding that the extension is necessary in the public interest. § 3040. Deputy and assistant chiefs of branches (a) Each officer named in sections 3036 and 3039 of this title shall have, in addition to the assistants prescribed by subsections (b) and (c) and by section 3037 of this title, such deputies and assistants as the Secretary of the Army may prescribe. Each such deputy and assistant shall be an officer detailed by the Secretary to that position from the officers of the Army for a tour of duty of not more than four years, under a procedure prescribed by the Secretary similar to that prescribed in section 3036 of this title. (b) There is an Assistant Surgeon General appointed from the officers of the Dental Corps, as prescribed in section 3036 of this title. A n appointee who holds a lower regular grade shall be appointed in the regular grade of major general. (c) There are two assistants to the Chief of Engineers appointed as prescribed in section 3036 of this title. An appointee who holds a lower regular grade shall be appointed in the regular grade of brigadier general. CHAPTER 307.--THE ARMY Sec.

3061. 3062. 3063. 3064. 3065. 3066. 3067. 306S. 3069. 3070. 3071. 3072. 3073. 3074. 3075. 3076. 3077. 3078. 3079.

Regulations. Policy; composition; organized pe&ce establishment Basic branches. Special branches. Assignment and detail: officers assigned or detailed to basic and special branches. Generals and lieutenant generals. Army Medical Service. Medical Service Corps: organization; Chief and assistant chiefs. Army Nurse Corps: Chief; appointment. Women's Medical Specialist Corps: organization; Chief and assistant chiefs. Women's Army Corps: Director; Deputy Director; other positions. Judge Advocate General's Corps. Chaplains. Commands: territorial organization; engineer tactical units. Regular Army: composition. Army Reserve: composition. Army National Guard of United States: composition. Army National Guard: when a component of Army. Army National Guard of United States: status when not in Federal service.

§ 3061.

Regulations

The President may prescribe regulations for the government of the Army.