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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
- Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
- Section 30. Composition of Organized Militia.
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. Ratification and Confirmation of Existing Military Forces. [Repealed, Sec. 38 Ch 30 SLA 1992].
AS 26.05.030. Composition of Organized Militia.
- (a) The Alaska National Guard consists of
- (1) members of the militia who have voluntarily enlisted and who, upon original enlistment, are organized, armed,
equipped, and federally recognized according to the laws of the United States; and
- (2) commissioned officers and warrant officers who are citizens of the United States, having the qualifications prescribed
by federal law and regulations, and who are appointed and commissioned or warranted by the governor.
- (b) Former members of the regular Army, Navy or Marine Corps under 64 years of age may enlist in the Alaska Militia.
- (c) The Alaska Naval Militia consists of units authorized by the governor, organized, equipped, trained, and administered
as prescribed by state and federal law and regulation, and manned by personnel who are
- (1) members of the United States Naval Reserve or the United States Marine Corps Reserve and
- (2) enlisted, appointed, commissioned, or warranted under the laws and regulations of the United States.
- (d) The Alaska State Defense Force consists of units authorized by the governor and manned by volunteer personnel
qualifying under state law and regulation. All Alaska State Defense Force personnel shall be
- (1) appointed, commissioned, or warranted, and assigned by the governor or the adjutant general as the governor's
- (2) subject to serve on state active duty at the call and by order of the governor.
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 102 ch 127 SLA 1974].
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