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[80 STAT. 552]
[80 STAT. 552]
PUBLIC LAW 89-000—MMMM. DD, 1966

552

PUBLIC LAW 89-554-SEPT. 6, 1966

[80 STAT.

(C) 25 percent for section 8133(a)(4) of this title, if one parent was wholly dependent on the deceased member at the time of his death and the other was not dependent to any extent; 16 percent to each,, if both were wholly dependent; and if one was or both were partly dependent, a proportionate amount in the discretion of the Secretary of Labor; (3) a payment may not be made under section 8133(a)(5) of this title; (4) "performance of duty" means only active service, and travel to and from that service, rendered in performance or support of operational missions of the Civil Air Patrol under direction of the Department of the Air Force and under written authorization by competent authority covering a specific assignment and prescribing a time limit for the assignment; and (5) the Secretary of Labor or his designee shall inform the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare when a claim is filed and eligibility for compensation is established under section 8133(a)(2) or (3) of this title, and the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare shall certify to the Secretary of Labor as to whether or not the member concerned was fully or currently insured under subchapter II of chapter 7 of title 42 at the time of his death. (c) The Secretary of Labor or his designee may inform the Secretary of the Air Force or his designee when a claim is filed. The Secretary of the Air Force, on request of the Secretary of Labor, shall advise him of the facts concerning the injury and whether or not the member was rendering service, or engaged in travel to or from service, in performance or support of an operational mission of the Civil Air Patrol at the time of injury. This subsection does not dispense with the report of the immediate superior of the member required by section 8120 of this title, or other reports agreed on under that section. § 8142. Peace Corps volunteers (a) For the purpose of this section, "volunteer" means— (1) a volunteer enrolled in the Peace Corps under section 2504 of title 22; (2) a volunteer leader enrolled in the Peace Corps under section 2505of title 22; and (3) an applicant for enrollment as a volunteer or volunteer leader during a period of training under section 2507(a) of title 22 before enrollment. (b) Subject to the provisions of this section, this subchapter applies to a volunteer, except that entitlement to disability compensation payments does not commence until the day after the date of termination of h'service as a volunteer. (c) For the purpose of this subchapter— (1) a volunteer is deemed receiving monthly pay at the minimum rate for G S - 7; (2) a volunteer leader referred to by section 2505 of title 22 is deemed receiving monthly pay at the minimum rate for GS—11; (3) an injury suffered by a volunteer when he is outside the several States, territories and possessions of the United States, and the District of Columbia is deemed proximately caused by his employment, unless the injury or disease is— (A) caused by willful misconduct of the volunteer; (B) caused by the volunteer's intention to bring about the injury or death of himself or of another; or