Alaska Statutes.
Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
Section 340. Restrictions On and Protection of Militia.
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AS 26.05.340. Restrictions On and Protection of Militia.

(a) In no case may any part of the Alaska National Guard, Alaska Naval Militia, or the Alaska State Defense Force be used against any labor organization or for the purpose of strike breaking within the state.

(b) No part of the state military forces may leave the state with arms and equipment without the consent of the commander in chief.

(c) A person who, either alone or with another, wilfully deprives a member of the National Guard or Naval Militia of employment or prevents the member from being self-employed or employed by another or obstructs or annoys the member or the member's employer with respect to their trade, business, or employment because the member of the National Guard or Naval Militia is a member, or in any way dissuades any person from enlisting in the National Guard or Naval Militia by threat or injury to the person with respect to the person's employment, trade or business if the person so enlists, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction is punishable by a fine of not more than $100.

(d) All matters relating to the organization, discipline and government of the National Guard or Naval Militia, not otherwise provided for by the laws of the United States, this chapter, or regulations adopted by the president shall be governed by regulations adopted by the adjutant general and approved by the governor, and the regulations when adopted, have the same force and effect as though enacted in this chapter.

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