Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 70A.djvu/594

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536 (b) The husband of a female member of the A i r Force Reserve may not be considered a dependent unless he is in fact dependent on his wife for over half of his support, and the child of such a member may not be considered a dependent unless he is in fact dependent on his mother for over half of his support. § 8686. Members of Air National Guard of United States: credit for service as members of Air National Guard For the purposes of lavrs providing benefits for members of the Air National Guard of the United States and their dependents and beneficiaries— (1) military training, duty, or other service performed by a member of the Air National Guard of the United States in his status as a member of the Air 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 Air Force; (2) full-time training or other full-time duty performed by a member of the Air National Guard of the United States in his status as a member of the Air National Guard under sections 316 and 503-505 of title 32 for which he is entitled to pay from the United States, or for which he has waived such pay, shall be considered active duty for training in Federal service as a Reserve of the Air Force; and (3) inactive-duty training performed by a member of the Air National Guard of the United States in his status as a member of the Air National Guard, in accordance with regulations prescribed under section 502 of title 32 or other express provision of law, shall be considered inactive-duty training in Federal service as a Reserve of the Air Force. § 8687.

Compensation: members of Air Force other than of Regular Air Force; vs^hen same as that provided for members of Regular Air Force A member of the Air Force, other than of the Regular Air Force, is entitled to the pay and allowances, pensions, and other compensation provided by law or regulation for a member of the Regular Air Force of corresponding grade and length of service, whenever— (1) he is called or ordered to active duty (other than for training) for a period of more than 30 days, and is disabled in line of duty from disease while so employed; or (2) he is called or ordered to active duty, or to perform inactive-duty training, for any period of time, and is disabled in line of duty from injury while so employed. § 8688. Death gratuity (a) The Secretary of the Air Force shall have a death gratuity paid to the survivor named in subsection (b) of— (1) each member of the Regular Air Force on active duty who dies from a disability incurred not as a result of his own misconduct; and (2) each member of the Air Force, other than of the Regular Air Force, who dies from a disability or injury not the result of his misconduct incurred—