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A person may not be commissioned or warranted in an office of the National Guard or the Naval Militia of the state unless the person is examined and adjudged qualified for the office by an examining board appointed by the commander in chief, except that at the discretion of the adjutant general the proceedings of federal examining boards may be accepted instead of a state board. The composition, appointment, and procedure of examining boards and the nature and scope of examinations shall be as prescribed by the military laws or regulations of the United States or this state.
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