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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
- Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
- Section 210. Removal of Officers.
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AS 26.05.210. Removal of Officers.
- (a) The adjutant general and the assistant adjutants general serve at the pleasure of the governor.
- (b) When federal recognition of an officer's commission or warrant has been withdrawn, the officer's state appointment as
a commissioned or warrant officer may be terminated, and the commission or warrant vacated upon the recommendation of
the adjutant general and approval of the governor.
- (c) When a commissioned or warrant officer has successfully completed the prescribed term of service so as to be eligible
for retirement, the officer may be placed upon the retired list upon the recommendation of the adjutant general and
approval of the governor.
- (d) Commissioned or warrant officers may tender their resignations through National Guard or Naval Militia command
channels. Resignations shall be in writing, stating the reason for resignation, and shall take effect when accepted by
the adjutant general upon the approval of the governor.
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