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Title 10 - Armed Forces

Subtitle III - Employees
Part I - Organization and General Military Powers
Chapter 2 - Department of Defense
§ 111 Executive department
§ 112 Department of Defense: seal
§ 113 Secretary of Defense
§ 113a Transmission of annual defense authorization request
§ 114 Annual authorization of appropriations
§ 115 Personnel strengths: requirement for annual authorization
§ 115a Annual defense manpower requirements report
§ 115b Annual strategic workforce plan
§ 116 Annual operations and maintenance report
§ 117 Readiness reporting system: establishment; reporting to congressional committees
§ 118 Quadrennial defense review
§ 118a Quadrennial quality of life review
§ 118b Quadrennial roles and missions review
§ 119 Special access programs: congressional oversight
Chapter 3 - General Powers and Functions
§ 121 Regulations
§ 122 Official registers
§ 122a Public availability of Department of Defense reports required by law
§ 123 Authority to suspend officer personnel laws during war or national emergency
§ 123a Suspension of end-strength and other strength limitations in time of war or national emergency
§ 123b Forces stationed abroad: limitation on number
§ 124 Detection and monitoring of aerial and maritime transit of illegal drugs: Department of Defense to be lead agency
§ 125 Functions, powers, and duties: transfer, reassignment, consolidation, or abolition
§ 126 Transfer of funds and employees
§ 127 Emergency and extraordinary expenses
§ 127a Operations for which funds are not provided in advance: funding mechanisms
§ 127b Assistance in combating terrorism: rewards
§ 127c Purchase of weapons overseas: force protection
§ 127d Allied forces participating in combined operations: authority to provide logistic support, supplies, and services
§ 128 Physical protection of special nuclear material: limitation on dissemination of unclassified information
§ 129 Prohibition of certain civilian personnel management constraints
§ 129a General personnel policy
§ 129b Authority to procure personal services
§ 129c Medical personnel: limitations on reductions
§ 130 Authority to withhold from public disclosure certain technical data
§ 130b Personnel in overseas, sensitive, or routinely deployable units: nondisclosure of personally identifying information
§ 130c Nondisclosure of information: certain sensitive information of foreign governments and international organizations
§ 130d Treatment under Freedom of Information Act of certain confidential information shared with State and local personnel
Chapter 4 - Office of the Secretary of Defense
§ 131 Office of the Secretary of Defense
§ 132 Deputy Secretary of Defense
§ 132a Deputy Chief Management Officer
§ 133 Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics
§ 134 Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
§ 135 Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)
§ 136 Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness
§ 137 Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
§ 137a Principal Deputy Under Secretaries of Defense
§ 138 Assistant Secretaries of Defense
§ 138a Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness
§ 138b Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
§ 138c Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy Plans and Programs
§ 138d Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs
§ 139 Director of Operational Test and Evaluation
§ 139a Director of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation
§ 139b Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Developmental Test and Evaluation; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering: joint guidance
§ 139c Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy
§ 140 General Counsel
§ 141 Inspector General
§ 143 Office of the Secretary of Defense personnel: limitation
§ 144 Director of Small Business Programs
Chapter 5 - Joint Chiefs of Staff
§ 151 Joint Chiefs of Staff: composition; functions
§ 152 Chairman: appointment; grade and rank
§ 153 Chairman: functions
§ 154 Vice Chairman
§ 155 Joint Staff
§ 156 Legal Counsel to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Chapter 6 - Combatant Commands
§ 161 Combatant commands: establishment
§ 162 Combatant commands: assigned forces; chain of command
§ 163 Role of Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
§ 164 Commanders of combatant commands: assignment; powers and duties
§ 165 Combatant commands: administration and support
§ 166 Combatant commands: budget proposals
§ 166a Combatant commands: funding through the Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
§ 166b Combatant commands: funding for combating terrorism readiness initiatives
§ 167 Unified combatant command for special operations forces
§ 167a Unified combatant command for joint warfighting experimentation: acquisition authority
§ 168 Military-to-military contacts and comparable activities
Chapter 7 - Boards, Councils, and Committees
§ 171 Armed Forces Policy Council
§ 172 Ammunition storage board
§ 173 Advisory personnel
§ 174 Advisory personnel: research and development
§ 175 Reserve Forces Policy Board
§ 176 Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
§ 177 American Registry of Pathology
§ 178 The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine
§ 179 Nuclear Weapons Council
§ 180 Service academy athletic programs: review board
§ 181 Joint Requirements Oversight Council
§ 182 Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance
§ 183 Department of Defense Board of Actuaries
§ 184 Regional Centers for Security Studies
§ 185 Financial Management Modernization Executive Committee
§ 186 Defense Business System Management Committee
§ 187 Strategic Materials Protection Board
Chapter 8 - Defense Agencies and Department of Defense Field Activities
Subchapter I - Common Supply and Service Activities
§ 191 Secretary of Defense: authority to provide for common performance of supply or service activities
§ 192 Defense Agencies and Department of Defense Field Activities: oversight by the Secretary of Defense
§ 193 Combat support agencies: oversight
§ 194 Limitations on personnel
§ 195 Defense Automated Printing Service: applicability of Federal printing requirements
§ 196 Department of Defense Test Resource Management Center
§ 197 Defense Logistics Agency: fees charged for logistics information
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous Defense Agency Matters
§ 201 Certain intelligence officials: consultation and concurrence regarding appointments; evaluation of performance
§ 203 Director of Missile Defense Agency
Chapter 9 - Defense Budget Matters
§ 221 Future-years defense program: submission to Congress; consistency in budgeting
§ 222 Future-years mission budget
§ 223 Ballistic missile defense programs: program elements
§ 223a Ballistic missile defense programs: procurement
§ 224 Ballistic missile defense programs: display of amounts for research, development, test, and evaluation
§ 226 Scoring of outlays
§ 228 Quarterly reports on allocation of funds within operation and maintenance budget subactivities
§ 229 Programs for combating terrorism: display of budget information
§ 231 Long-range plan for construction of naval vessels
§ 231a Budgeting for procurement of aircraft for the Navy and Air Force: annual plan and certification
§ 232 United States Joint Forces Command: amounts for research, development, test, and evaluation to be derived only from Defense-wide amounts
§ 233 Operation and maintenance budget presentation
§ 234 POW/MIA activities: display of budget information
§ 235 Procurement of contract services: specification of amounts requested in budget
Chapter 13 - The Militia
§ 311 Militia: composition and classes
§ 312 Militia duty: exemptions
Chapter 15 - Insurrection
§ 331 Federal aid for State governments
§ 332 Use of militia and armed forces to enforce Federal authority
§ 333 Interference with State and Federal law
§ 334 Proclamation to disperse
§ 335 Guam and Virgin Islands included as "State"
Chapter 18 - Military Support for Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies
§ 371 Use of information collected during military operations
§ 372 Use of military equipment and facilities
§ 373 Training and advising civilian law enforcement officials
§ 374 Maintenance and operation of equipment
§ 375 Restriction on direct participation by military personnel
§ 376 Support not to affect adversely military preparedness
§ 377 Reimbursement
§ 378 Nonpreemption of other law
§ 379 Assignment of Coast Guard personnel to naval vessels for law enforcement purposes
§ 380 Enhancement of cooperation with civilian law enforcement officials
§ 381 Procurement of equipment by State and local governments through the Department of Defense: equipment for counter-drug, homeland security, and emergency response activities
§ 382 Emergency situations involving weapons of mass destruction
Chapter 20 - Humanitarian and Other Assistance
§ 401 Humanitarian and civic assistance provided in conjunction with military operations
§ 402 Transportation of humanitarian relief supplies to foreign countries
§ 404 Foreign disaster assistance
§ 405 Use of Department of Defense funds for United States share of costs of United Nations peacekeeping activities: limitation
§ 407 Humanitarian demining assistance: authority; limitations
§ 408 Equipment and training of foreign personnel to assist in Department of Defense accounting for missing United States Government personnel
§ 409 Center for Complex Operations
Chapter 21 - Department of Defense Intelligence Matters
Subchapter I - General Matters
§ 421 Funds for foreign cryptologic support
§ 422 Use of funds for certain incidental purposes
§ 423 Authority to use proceeds from counterintelligence operations of the military departments or the Defense Intelligence Agency
§ 424 Disclosure of organizational and personnel information: exemption for specified intelligence agencies
§ 425 Prohibition of unauthorized use of name, initials, or seal: specified intelligence agencies
§ 426 Integration of Department of Defense intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities
§ 427 Intelligence oversight activities of Department of Defense: annual reports
§ 428 Defense industrial security
Subchapter II - Intelligence Commercial Activities
§ 431 Authority to engage in commercial activities as security for intelligence collection activities
§ 432 Use, disposition, and auditing of funds
§ 433 Relationship with other Federal laws
§ 434 Reservation of defenses and immunities
§ 435 Limitations
§ 436 Regulations
§ 437 Congressional oversight
Chapter 22 - National Geospatial-intelligence Agency
Subchapter I - Missions and Authority
§ 441 Establishment
§ 442 Missions
§ 443 Imagery intelligence and geospatial information: support for foreign countries
§ 444 Support from Central Intelligence Agency
Subchapter II - Maps, Charts, and Geodetic Products
§ 451 Maps, charts, and books
§ 452 Pilot charts
§ 453 Sale of maps, charts, and navigational publications: prices; use of proceeds
§ 454 Exchange of mapping, charting, and geodetic data with foreign countries and international organizations
§ 455 Maps, charts, and geodetic data: public availability; exceptions
§ 456 Civil actions barred
§ 457 Operational files previously maintained by or concerning activities of National Photographic Interpretation Center: authority to withhold from public disclosure
Subchapter III - Personnel Management
§ 461 Management rights
§ 462 Financial assistance to certain employees in acquisition of critical skills
Subchapter IV - Definitions
§ 467 Definitions
Chapter 23 - Miscellaneous Studies and Reports
§ 480 Reports to Congress: submission in electronic form
§ 481 Racial and ethnic issues; gender issues: surveys
§ 482 Quarterly reports: personnel and unit readiness
§ 483 Reports on transfers from high-priority readiness appropriations
§ 484 Annual report on aircraft inventory
§ 485 Joint and service concept development and experimentation
§ 486 Quadrennial report on emerging operational concepts
§ 487 Unit operations tempo and personnel tempo: annual report
§ 488 Management of electromagnetic spectrum: biennial strategic plan
§ 489 Annual report on Department of Defense operation and financial support for military museums
§ 490 Space cadre management: biennial report
Part II - Personnel
Chapter 31 - Enlistments
§ 501 Definition
§ 502 Enlistment oath: who may administer
§ 503 Enlistments: recruiting campaigns; compilation of directory information
§ 504 Persons not qualified
§ 505 Regular components: qualifications, term, grade
§ 506 Regular components: extension of enlistments during war
§ 507 Extension of enlistment for members needing medical care or hospitalization
§ 508 Reenlistment: qualifications
§ 509 Voluntary extension of enlistments: periods and benefits
§ 510 Enlistment incentives for pursuit of skills to facilitate national service
§ 511 College First Program
§ 513 Enlistments: Delayed Entry Program
§ 514 Bounties prohibited; substitutes prohibited
§ 515 Reenlistment after discharge as warrant officer
§ 516 Effect upon enlisted status of acceptance of appointment as cadet or midshipman
§ 517 Authorized daily average: members in pay grades E8 and E9
§ 518 Temporary enlistments
§ 519 Temporary enlistments: during war or emergency
§ 520 Limitation on enlistment and induction of persons whose score on the Armed Forces Qualification Test is below a prescribed level
§ 520b Applicants for enlistment: authority to use funds for the issue of authorized articles
§ 520c Recruiting functions: provision of meals and refreshments
Chapter 32 - Officer Strength and Distribution in Grade
§ 521 Authority to prescribe total strengths of officers on active duty and officer strengths in various categories
§ 523 Authorized strengths: commissioned officers on active duty in grades of major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel and Navy grades of lieutenant commander, commander, and captain
§ 525 Distribution of commissioned officers on active duty in general officer and flag officer grades
§ 526 Authorized strength: general and flag officers on active duty
§ 527 Authority to suspend sections 523, 525, and 526
§ 528 Officers serving in certain intelligence positions: military status; exclusion from distribution and strength limitations; pay and allowances
Chapter 33 - Original Appointments of Regular Officers in Grades Above Warrant Officer Grades
§ 531 Original appointments of commissioned officers
§ 532 Qualifications for original appointment as a commissioned officer
§ 533 Service credit upon original appointment as a commissioned officer
§ 541 Graduates of the United States Military, Naval, and Air Force Academies
Chapter 33A - Appointment, Promotion, and Involuntary Separation and Retirement for Members on the Warrant Officer Active-duty List
§ 571 Warrant officers: grades
§ 572 Warrant officers: original appointment; service credit
§ 573 Convening of selection boards
§ 574 Warrant officer active-duty lists; competitive categories; number to be recommended for promotion; promotion zones
§ 575 Recommendations for promotion by selection boards
§ 576 Information to be furnished to selection boards; selection procedures
§ 577 Promotions: effect of failure of selection for
§ 578 Promotions: how made; effective date
§ 579 Removal from a promotion list
§ 580 Regular warrant officers twice failing of selection for promotion: involuntary retirement or separation
§ 580a Enhanced authority for selective early discharges
§ 581 Selective retirement
§ 582 Warrant officer active-duty list: exclusions
§ 583 Definitions
Chapter 35 - Temporary Appointments in Officer Grades
§ 601 Positions of importance and responsibility: generals and lieutenant generals; admirals and vice admirals
§ 603 Appointments in time of war or national emergency
§ 604 Senior joint officer positions: recommendations to the Secretary of Defense
Chapter 36 - Promotion, Separation, and Involuntary Retirement of Officers on the Active-duty List
Subchapter I - Selection Boards
§ 611 Convening of selection boards
§ 612 Composition of selection boards
§ 613 Oath of members of selection boards
§ 613a Nondisclosure of board proceedings
§ 614 Notice of convening of selection boards
§ 615 Information furnished to selection boards
§ 616 Recommendations for promotion by selection boards
§ 617 Reports of selection boards
§ 618 Action on reports of selection boards
Subchapter II - Promotions
§ 619 Eligibility for consideration for promotion: time-in-grade and other requirements
§ 619a Eligibility for consideration for promotion: designation as joint qualified officer required before promotion to general or flag grade; exceptions
§ 620 Active-duty lists
§ 621 Competitive categories for promotion
§ 622 Numbers to be recommended for promotion
§ 623 Establishment of promotion zones
§ 624 Promotions: how made
§ 625 Authority to vacate promotions to grades of brigadier general and rear admiral (lower half)
§ 626 Acceptance of promotions; oath of office
Subchapter III - Failure of Selection for Promotion and Retirement for Years of Service
§ 627 Failure of selection for promotion
§ 628 Special selection boards
§ 629 Removal from a list of officers recommended for promotion
§ 630 Discharge of commissioned officers with less then six years of active commissioned service or found not qualified for promotion for first lieutenant or lieutenant (junior grade)
§ 631 Effect of failure of selection for promotion: first lieutenants and lieutenants (junior grade)
§ 632 Effect of failure of selection for promotion: captains and majors of the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and lieutenants and lieutenant commanders of the Navy
§ 633 Retirement for years of service: regular lieutenant colonels and commanders
§ 634 Retirement for years of service: regular colonels and Navy captains
§ 635 Retirement for years of service: regular brigadier generals and rear admirals (lower half)
§ 636 Retirement for years of service: regular officers in grades above brigadier general and rear admiral (lower half)
Subchapter IV - Continuation on Active Duty and Selective Early Retirement
§ 637 Selection of regular officers for continuation on active duty
§ 638 Selective early retirement
§ 638a Modification to rules for continuation on active duty; enhanced authority for selective early retirement and early discharges
§ 639 Continuation on active duty to complete disciplinary action
§ 640 Deferment of retirement or separation for medical reasons
Subchapter V - Additional Provisions Relating to Promotion, Separation, and Retirement
§ 641 Applicability of chapter
§ 642 Entitlement of officers discharged or retired under this chapter to separation pay or retired pay
§ 643 Chaplains: discharge or retirement upon loss of professional qualifications
§ 645 Definitions
§ 646 Consideration of performance as a member of the Joint Staff
§ 647 Force shaping authority
Chapter 37 - General Service Requirements
§ 651 Members: required service
§ 652 Notice to Congress of proposed changes in units, assignments, etc. to which female members may be assigned
§ 653 Minimum service requirement for certain flight crew positions
§ 654 Policy concerning homosexuality in the armed forces
§ 655 Designation of persons having interest in status of a missing member
Chapter 38 - Joint Officer Management
§ 661 Management policies for joint qualified officers
§ 662 Promotion policy objectives for joint officers
§ 663 Joint duty assignments after completion of joint professional military education
§ 664 Length of joint duty assignments
§ 665 Procedures for monitoring careers of joint qualified officers
§ 666 Reserve officers not on the active-duty list
§ 667 Annual report to Congress
§ 668 Definitions
Chapter 39 - Active Duty
§ 671 Members not to be assigned outside United States before completing training
§ 671a Members: service extension during war
§ 671b Members: service extension when Congress is not in session
§ 672 Reference to chapter 1209
§ 688 Retired members: authority to order to active duty; duties
§ 688a Retired members: temporary authority to order to active duty in high-demand, low-density assignments
§ 689 Retired members: grade in which ordered to active duty and upon release from active duty
§ 690 Retired members ordered to active duty: limitation on number
§ 691 Permanent end strength levels to support two major regional contingencies
Chapter 40 - Leave
§ 701 Entitlement and accumulation
§ 702 Cadets and midshipmen
§ 703 Reenlistment leave
§ 704 Use of leave; regulations
§ 705 Rest and recuperation absence: qualified members extending duty at designated locations overseas
§ 705a Rest and recuperation absence: certain members undergoing extended deployment to a combat zone
§ 706 Administration of leave required to be taken
§ 707 Payment upon disapproval of certain court-martial sentences for excess leave required to be taken
§ 707a Payment upon disapproval of certain board of inquiry recommendations for excess leave required to be taken
§ 708 Educational leave of absence
§ 709 Emergency leave of absence
Chapter 41 - Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties
§ 711 Senior members of Military Staff Committee of United Nations: appointment
§ 711a American National Red Cross: detail of commissioned officers
§ 712 Foreign governments: detail to assist
§ 713 State Department: assignment or detail as couriers and building inspectors
§ 716 Commissioned officers: transfers among the armed forces, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Public Health Service
§ 717 Members of the armed forces: participation in international sports
§ 719 Department of Commerce: assignment or detail of members of the armed forces to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
§ 720 Chief of Staff to President: appointment
§ 722 Attending Physician to the Congress: grade
Chapter 43 - Rank and Command
§ 741 Rank: commissioned officers of the armed forces
§ 742 Rank: warrant officers
§ 743 Rank: Chief of Staff of the Army; Chief of Naval Operations; Chief of Staff of the Air Force; Commandant of the Marine Corps
§ 744 Physician to White House: assignment; grade
§ 747 Command: when different commands of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard join
§ 749 Command: commissioned officers in same grade or corresponding grades on duty at same place
§ 750 Command: retired officers
Chapter 45 - The Uniform
§ 771 Unauthorized wearing prohibited
§ 771a Disposition on discharge
§ 772 When wearing by persons not on active duty authorized
§ 773 When distinctive insignia required
§ 774 Religious apparel: wearing while in uniform
§ 775 Issue of uniform without charge
§ 776 Applicability of chapter
§ 777 Wearing of insignia of higher grade before promotion (frocking): authority; restrictions
§ 777a Wearing of insignia of higher grade before appointment to a grade above major general or rear admiral (frocking): authority; restrictions
Chapter 47 - Uniform Code of Military Justice
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 801 Article 1. Definitions
§ 802 Art. 2. Persons subject to this chapter
§ 803 Art. 3. Jurisdiction to try certain personnel
§ 804 Art. 4. Dismissed officer’s right to trial by court-martial
§ 805 Art. 5. Territorial applicability of this chapter
§ 806 Art. 6. Judge advocates and legal officers
§ 806a Art. 6a. Investigation and disposition of matters pertaining to the fitness of military judges
Subchapter II - Apprehension and Restraint
§ 807 Art. 7. Apprehension
§ 808 Art. 8. Apprehension of deserters
§ 809 Art. 9. Imposition of restraint
§ 810 Art. 10. Restraint of persons charged with offenses
§ 811 Art. 11. Reports and receiving of prisoners
§ 812 Art. 12. Confinement with enemy prisoners prohibited
§ 813 Art. 13. Punishment prohibited before trial
§ 814 Art. 14. Delivery of offenders to civil authorities
Subchapter III - Non-judicial Punishment
§ 815 Art. 15. Commanding officer’s non-judicial punishment
Subchapter IV - Court-martial Jurisdiction
§ 816 Art. 16. Courts-martial classified
§ 817 Art. 17. Jurisdiction of courts-martial in general
§ 818 Art. 18. Jurisdiction of general courts-martial
§ 819 Art. 19. Jurisdiction of special courts-martial
§ 820 Art. 20. Jurisdiction of summary courts-martial
§ 821 Art. 21. Jurisdiction of courts-martial not exclusive
Subchapter V - Composition of Courts-martial
§ 822 Art. 22. Who may convene general courts-martial
§ 823 Art. 23. Who may convene special courts-martial
§ 824 Art. 24. Who may convene summary courts-martial
§ 825 Art. 25. Who may serve on courts-martial
§ 825a Art. 25a. Number of members in capital cases
§ 826 Art. 26. Military judge of a general or special court-martial
§ 827 Art. 27. Detail of trial counsel and defense counsel
§ 828 Art. 28. Detail or employment of reporters and interpreters
§ 829 Art. 29. Absent and additional members
Subchapter VI - Pre-trial Procedure
§ 830 Art. 30. Charges and specifications
§ 831 Art. 31. Compulsory self-incrimination prohibited
§ 832 Art. 32. Investigation
§ 833 Art. 33. Forwarding of charges
§ 834 Art. 34. Advice of staff judge advocate and reference for trial
§ 835 Art. 35. Service of charges
Subchapter VII - Trial Procedure
§ 836 Art. 36. President may prescribe rules
§ 837 Art. 37. Unlawfully influencing action of court
§ 838 Art. 38. Duties of trial counsel and defense counsel
§ 839 Art. 39. Sessions
§ 840 Art. 40. Continuances
§ 841 Art. 41. Challenges
§ 842 Art. 42. Oaths
§ 843 Art. 43. Statute of limitations
§ 844 Art. 44. Former jeopardy
§ 845 Art. 45. Pleas of the accused
§ 846 Art. 46. Opportunity to obtain witnesses and other evidence
§ 847 Art. 47. Refusal to appear or testify
§ 848 Art. 48. Contempts
§ 849 Art. 49. Depositions
§ 850 Art. 50. Admissibility of records of courts of inquiry
§ 850a Art. 50a. Defense of lack of mental responsibility
§ 851 Art. 51. Voting and rulings
§ 852 Art. 52. Number of votes required
§ 853 Art. 53. Court to announce action
§ 854 Art. 54. Record of trial
Subchapter VIII - Sentences
§ 855 Art. 55. Cruel and unusual punishments prohibited
§ 856 Art. 56. Maximum limits
§ 856a Art. 56a. Sentence of confinement for life without eligibility for parole
§ 857 Art. 57. Effective date of sentences
§ 857a Art. 57a. Deferment of sentences
§ 858 Art. 58. Execution of confinement
§ 858a Art. 58a. Sentences: reduction in enlisted grade upon approval
§ 858b Art. 58b. Sentences: forfeiture of pay and allowances during confinement
Subchapter IX - Post-trial Procedure and Review of Courts-martial
§ 859 Art. 59. Error of law; lesser included offense
§ 860 Art. 60. Action by the convening authority
§ 861 Art. 61. Waiver or withdrawal of appeal
§ 862 Art. 62. Appeal by the United States
§ 863 Art. 63. Rehearings
§ 864 Art. 64. Review by a judge advocate
§ 865 Art. 65. Disposition of records
§ 866 Art. 66. Review by Court of Criminal Appeals
§ 867 Art. 67. Review by the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
§ 867a Art. 67a. Review by the Supreme Court
§ 868 Art. 68. Branch offices
§ 869 Art. 69. Review in the office of the Judge Advocate General
§ 870 Art. 70. Appellate counsel
§ 871 Art. 71. Execution of sentence; suspension of sentence
§ 872 Art. 72. Vacation of suspension
§ 873 Art. 73. Petition for a new trial
§ 874 Art. 74. Remission and suspension
§ 875 Art. 75. Restoration
§ 876 Art. 76. Finality of proceedings, findings, and sentences
§ 876a Art. 76a. Leave required to be taken pending review of certain court-martial convictions
§ 876b Art. 76b. Lack of mental capacity or mental responsibility: commitment of accused for examination and treatment
Subchapter X - Punitive Articles
§ 877 Art. 77. Principals
§ 878 Art. 78. Accessory after the fact
§ 879 Art. 79. Conviction of lesser included offense
§ 880 Art. 80. Attempts
§ 881 Art. 81. Conspiracy
§ 882 Art. 82. Solicitation
§ 883 Art. 83. Fraudulent enlistment, appointment, or separation
§ 884 Art. 84. Unlawful enlistment, appointment, or separation
§ 885 Art. 85. Desertion
§ 886 Art. 86. Absence without leave
§ 887 Art. 87. Missing movement
§ 888 Art. 88. Contempt toward officials
§ 889 Art. 89. Disrespect toward superior commissioned officer
§ 890 Art. 90. Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer
§ 891 Art. 91. Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or petty officer
§ 892 Art. 92. Failure to obey order or regulation
§ 893 Art. 93. Cruelty and maltreatment
§ 894 Art. 94. Mutiny or sedition
§ 895 Art. 95. Resistance, flight, breach of arrest, and escape
§ 896 Art. 96. Releasing prisoner without proper authority
§ 897 Art. 97. Unlawful detention
§ 898 Art. 98. Noncompliance with procedural rules
§ 899 Art. 99. Misbehavior before the enemy
§ 900 Art. 100. Subordinate compelling surrender
§ 901 Art. 101. Improper use of countersign
§ 902 Art. 102. Forcing a safeguard
§ 903 Art. 103. Captured or abandoned property
§ 904 Art. 104. Aiding the enemy
§ 905 Art. 105. Misconduct as prisoner
§ 906 Art. 106. Spies
§ 906a Art. 106a. Espionage
§ 907 Art. 107. False official statements
§ 908 Art. 108. Military property of United StatesLoss, damage, destruction, or wrongful disposition
§ 909 Art. 109. Property other than military property of United StatesWaste, spoilage, or destruction
§ 910 Art. 110. Improper hazarding of vessel
§ 911 Art. 111. Drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel
§ 912 Art. 112. Drunk on duty
§ 912a Art. 112a. Wrongful use, possession, etc., of controlled substances
§ 913 Art. 113. Misbehavior of sentinel
§ 914 Art. 114. Dueling
§ 915 Art. 115. Malingering
§ 916 Art. 116. Riot or breach of peace
§ 917 Art. 117. Provoking speeches or gestures
§ 918 Art. 118. Murder
§ 919 Art. 119. Manslaughter
§ 919a Art. 119a. Death or injury of an unborn child
§ 920 Art. 120. Rape, sexual assault, and other sexual misconduct
§ 920a Art. 120a. Stalking
§ 921 Art. 121. Larceny and wrongful appropriation
§ 922 Art. 122. Robbery
§ 923 Art. 123. Forgery
§ 923a Art. 123a. Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient funds
§ 924 Art. 124. Maiming
§ 925 Art. 125. Sodomy
§ 926 Art. 126. Arson
§ 927 Art. 127. Extortion
§ 928 Art. 128. Assault
§ 929 Art. 129. Burglary
§ 930 Art. 130. Housebreaking
§ 931 Art. 131. Perjury
§ 932 Art. 132. Frauds against the United States
§ 933 Art. 133. Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman
§ 934 Art. 134. General article
Subchapter XI - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 935 Art. 135. Courts of inquiry
§ 936 Art. 136. Authority to administer oaths and to act as notary
§ 937 Art. 137. Articles to be explained
§ 938 Art. 138. Complaints of wrongs
§ 939 Art. 139. Redress of injuries to property
§ 940 Art. 140. Delegation by the President
Subchapter XII - United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
§ 941 Art. 141. Status
§ 942 Art. 142. Judges
§ 943 Art. 143. Organization and employees
§ 944 Art. 144. Procedure
§ 945 Art. 145. Annuities for judges and survivors
§ 946 Art. 146. Code committee
Chapter 47A - Military Commissions
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 948a Definitions
§ 948b Military commissions generally
§ 948c Persons subject to military commissions
§ 948d Jurisdiction of military commissions
Subchapter II - Composition of Military Commissions
§ 948h Who may convene military commissions
§ 948i Who may serve on military commissions
§ 948j Military judge of a military commission
§ 948k Detail of trial counsel and defense counsel
§ 948l Detail or employment of reporters and interpreters
§ 948m Number of members; excuse of members; absent and additional members
Subchapter III - Pre-trial Procedure
§ 948q Charges and specifications
§ 948r Exclusion of statements obtained by torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment; prohibition of self-incrimination; admission of other statements of the accused
§ 948s Service of charges
Subchapter IV - Trial Procedure
§ 949a Rules
§ 949b Unlawfully influencing action of military commission and United States Court of Military Commission Review
§ 949c Duties of trial counsel and defense counsel
§ 949d Sessions
§ 949e Continuances
§ 949f Challenges
§ 949g Oaths
§ 949h Former jeopardy
§ 949i Pleas of the accused
§ 949j Opportunity to obtain witnesses and other evidence
§ 949k Defense of lack of mental responsibility
§ 949l Voting and rulings
§ 949m Number of votes required
§ 949n Military commission to announce action
§ 949o Record of trial
Subchapter V - Classified Information Procedures
§ 949p-1 Protection of classified information: applicability of subchapter
§ 949p-2 Pretrial conference
§ 949p-3 Protective orders
§ 949p-4 Discovery of, and access to, classified information by the accused
§ 949p-5 Notice by accused of intention to disclose classified information
§ 949p-6 Procedure for cases involving classified information
§ 949p-7 Introduction of classified information into evidence
Subchapter VI - Sentences
§ 949s Cruel or unusual punishments prohibited
§ 949t Maximum limits
§ 949u Execution of confinement
Subchapter VII - Post-trial Procedure and Review of Military Commissions
§ 950a Error of law; lesser included offense
§ 950b Review by the convening authority
§ 950c Appellate referral; waiver or withdrawal of appeal
§ 950d Interlocutory appeals by the United States
§ 950e Rehearings
§ 950f Review by United States Court of Military Commission Review
§ 950g Review by United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; writ of certiorari to Supreme Court
§ 950h Appellate counsel
§ 950i Execution of sentence; suspension of sentence
§ 950j Finality of proceedings, findings, and sentences
Subchapter VIII - Punitive Matters
§ 950p Definitions; construction of certain offenses; common circumstances
§ 950q Principals
§ 950r Accessory after the fact
§ 950s Conviction of lesser offenses
§ 950t Crimes triable by military commission
Chapter 48 - Military Correctional Facilities
§ 951 Establishment; organization; administration
§ 952 Parole
§ 953 Remission or suspension of sentence; restoration to duty; reenlistment
§ 954 Voluntary extension; probation
§ 955 Prisoners transferred to or from foreign countries
§ 956 Deserters, prisoners, members absent without leave: expenses and rewards
Chapter 49 - Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 971 Service credit: officers may not count service performed while serving as cadet or midshipman
§ 972 Members: effect of time lost
§ 973 Duties: officers on active duty; performance of civil functions restricted
§ 974 Military musical units and musicians: performance policies; restriction on performance in competition with local civilian musicians
§ 976 Membership in military unions, organizing of military unions, and recognition of military unions prohibited
§ 978 Drug and alcohol abuse and dependency: testing of new entrants
§ 979 Prohibition on loan and grant assistance to persons convicted of certain crimes
§ 980 Limitation on use of humans as experimental subjects
§ 981 Limitation on number of enlisted aides
§ 982 Members: service on State and local juries
§ 983 Institutions of higher education that prevent ROTC access or military recruiting on campus: denial of grants and contracts from Department of Defense, Department of Education, and certain other departments and agencies
§ 985 Persons convicted of capital crimes; certain other persons: denial of specified burial-related benefits
§ 987 Terms of consumer credit extended to members and dependents: limitations
Chapter 50 - Miscellaneous Command Responsibilities
§ 991 Management of deployments of members
§ 992 Consumer education: financial services
Chapter 53 - Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits
§ 1030 Bonus to encourage Department of Defense personnel to refer persons for appointment as officers to serve in health professions
§ 1031 Administration of oath
§ 1032 Disability and death compensation: dependents of members held as captives
§ 1033 Participation in management of specified non-Federal entities: authorized activities
§ 1034 Protected communications; prohibition of retaliatory personnel actions
§ 1035 Deposits of savings
§ 1036 Escorts for dependents of members: transportation and travel allowances
§ 1037 Counsel before foreign judicial tribunals and administrative agencies; court costs and bail
§ 1038 Service credit: certain service in Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps
§ 1039 Crediting of minority service
§ 1040 Transportation of dependent patients
§ 1041 Replacement of certificate of discharge
§ 1042 Copy of certificate of service
§ 1043 Service credit: service in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or the Public Health Service
§ 1044 Legal assistance
§ 1044a Authority to act as notary
§ 1044b Military powers of attorney: requirement for recognition by States
§ 1044c Advance medical directives of members and dependents: requirement for recognition by States
§ 1044d Military testamentary instruments: requirement for recognition by States
§ 1045 Voluntary withholding of State income tax from retired or retainer pay
§ 1046 Overseas temporary foster care program
§ 1047 Allowance for civilian clothing
§ 1048 Gratuity payment to persons discharged for fraudulent enlistment
§ 1049 Subsistence: miscellaneous persons
§ 1050 Latin American cooperation: payment of personnel expenses
§ 1050a African cooperation: payment of personnel expenses
§ 1051 Multilateral, bilateral, or regional cooperation programs: payment of personnel expenses
§ 1051a Liaison officers of certain foreign nations; administrative services and support; travel, subsistence, medical care, and other personal expenses
§ 1051b Bilateral or regional cooperation programs: awards and mementos to recognize superior noncombat achievements or performance
§ 1052 Adoption expenses: reimbursement
§ 1053 Financial institution charges incurred because of Government error in direct deposit of pay: reimbursement
§ 1053a Expenses incurred in connection with leave canceled due to contingency operations: reimbursement
§ 1054 Defense of certain suits arising out of legal malpractice
§ 1055 Waiver of security deposits for members renting private housing; authority to indemnify landlord
§ 1056 Relocation assistance programs
§ 1057 Use of armed forces insignia on State license plates
§ 1058 Responsibilities of military law enforcement officials at scenes of domestic violence
§ 1059 Dependents of members separated for dependent abuse: transitional compensation; commissary and exchange benefits
§ 1060 Military service of retired members with newly democratic nations: consent of Congress
§ 1060a Special supplemental food program
§ 1060b Military ID cards: dependents and survivors of retirees
Chapter 54 - Commissary and Exchange Benefits
§ 1061 Survivors of certain Reserve and Guard members
§ 1062 Certain former spouses
§ 1063 Use of commissary stores and MWR retail facilities: members of reserve components and reserve retirees under age 60
§ 1064 Use of commissary stores and MWR retail facilities: members of National Guard serving in federally declared disaster or national emergency
Chapter 55 - Medical and Dental Care
§ 1071 Purpose of this chapter
§ 1072 Definitions
§ 1073 Administration of this chapter
§ 1073a Contracts for health care: best value contracting
§ 1073b Recurring reports
§ 1074 Medical and dental care for members and certain former members
§ 1074a Medical and dental care: members on duty other than active duty for a period of more than 30 days
§ 1074b Medical and dental care: Academy cadets and midshipmen; members of, and designated applicants for membership in, Senior ROTC
§ 1074c Medical care: authority to provide a wig
§ 1074d Certain primary and preventive health care services
§ 1074e Medical care: certain Reserves who served in Southwest Asia during the Persian Gulf Conflict
§ 1074f Medical tracking system for members deployed overseas
§ 1074g Pharmacy benefits program
§ 1074h Medical and dental care: medal of honor recipients; dependents
§ 1074i Reimbursement for certain travel expenses
§ 1074j Sub-acute care program
§ 1074k Long-term care insurance
§ 1074l Notification to Congress of hospitalization of combat wounded members
§ 1076 Medical and dental care for dependents: general rule
§ 1076a TRICARE dental program
§ 1076c Dental insurance plan: certain retirees and their surviving spouses and other dependents
§ 1076d TRICARE program: TRICARE Standard coverage for members of the Selected Reserve
§ 1076e TRICARE program: TRICARE Standard coverage for certain members of the Retired Reserve who are qualified for a non-regular retirement but are not yet age 60
§ 1077 Medical care for dependents: authorized care in facilities of uniformed services
§ 1078 Medical and dental care for dependents: charges
§ 1078a Continued health benefits coverage
§ 1079 Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: plans
§ 1079a CHAMPUS: treatment of refunds and other amounts collected
§ 1079b Procedures for charging fees for care provided to civilians; retention and use of fees collected
§ 1080 Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: election of facilities
§ 1081 Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: review and adjustment of payments
§ 1082 Contracts for health care: advisory committees
§ 1083 Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: additional hospitalization
§ 1084 Determinations of dependency
§ 1085 Medical and dental care from another executive department: reimbursement
§ 1086 Contracts for health benefits for certain members, former members, and their dependents
§ 1086a Certain former spouses: extension of period of eligibility for health benefits
§ 1086b Prohibition against requiring retired members to receive health care solely through the Department of Defense
§ 1087 Programing facilities for certain members, former members, and their dependents in construction projects of the uniformed services
§ 1088 Air evacuation patients: furnished subsistence
§ 1089 Defense of certain suits arising out of medical malpractice
§ 1090 Identifying and treating drug and alcohol dependence
§ 1091 Personal services contracts
§ 1092 Studies and demonstration projects relating to delivery of health and medical care
§ 1092a Persons entering the armed forces: baseline health data
§ 1093 Performance of abortions: restrictions
§ 1094 Licensure requirement for health-care professionals
§ 1094a Continuing medical education requirements: system for monitoring physician compliance
§ 1095 Health care services incurred on behalf of covered beneficiaries: collection from third-party payers
§ 1095a Medical care: members held as captives and their dependents
§ 1095b TRICARE program: contractor payment of certain claims
§ 1095c TRICARE program: facilitation of processing of claims
§ 1095d TRICARE program: waiver of certain deductibles
§ 1095e TRICARE program: beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinators
§ 1095f TRICARE program: referrals for specialty health care
§ 1096 Military-civilian health services partnership program
§ 1097 Contracts for medical care for retirees, dependents, and survivors: alternative delivery of health care
§ 1097a TRICARE Prime: automatic enrollments; payment options
§ 1097b TRICARE program: financial management
§ 1097c TRICARE program: relationship with employer-sponsored group health plans
§ 1098 Incentives for participation in cost-effective health care plans
§ 1099 Health care enrollment system
§ 1100 Defense Health Program Account
§ 1101 Resource allocation methods: capitation or diagnosis-related groups
§ 1102 Confidentiality of medical quality assurance records: qualified immunity for participants
§ 1103 Contracts for medical and dental care: State and local preemption
§ 1104 Sharing of health-care resources with the Department of Veterans Affairs
§ 1105 Specialized treatment facility program
§ 1106 Submittal of claims: standard form; time limits
§ 1107 Notice of use of an investigational new drug or a drug unapproved for its applied use
§ 1107a Emergency use products
§ 1108 Health care coverage through Federal Employees Health Benefits program: demonstration project
§ 1109 Organ and tissue donor program
§ 1110 Anthrax vaccine immunization program; procedures for exemptions and monitoring reactions
§ 1110a Notification of certain individuals regarding options for enrollment under Medicare part B
§ 1110b TRICARE program: extension of dependent coverage
Chapter 56 - Department of Defense Medicare-eligible Retiree Health Care Fund
§ 1111 Establishment and purpose of Fund; definitions; authority to enter into agreements
§ 1112 Assets of Fund
§ 1113 Payments from the Fund
§ 1114 Board of Actuaries
§ 1115 Determination of contributions to the Fund
§ 1116 Payments into the Fund
§ 1117 Investment of assets of Fund
Chapter 57 - Decorations and Awards
§ 1121 Legion of Merit: award
§ 1122 Medal for Merit: award
§ 1123 Right to wear badges of military societies
§ 1124 Cash awards for disclosures, suggestions, inventions, and scientific achievements
§ 1125 Recognition for accomplishments: award of trophies
§ 1126 Gold star lapel button: eligibility and distribution
§ 1127 Precedence of the award of the Purple Heart
§ 1128 Prisoner-of-war medal: issue
§ 1129 Purple Heart: members killed or wounded in action by friendly fire
§ 1130 Consideration of proposals for decorations not previously submitted in timely fashion: procedures for review
§ 1131 Purple Heart: limitation to members of the armed forces
§ 1132 Presentation of decorations: prohibition on entering correctional facilities for presentation to prisoners convicted of serious violent felonies
§ 1133 Bronze Star: limitation on persons eligible to receive
§ 1134 Medal of honor: award to individual interred in Tomb of the Unknowns as representative of casualties of a war
§ 1135 Replacement of military decorations
Chapter 58 - Benefits and Services for Members Being Separated or Recently Separated
§ 1141 Involuntary separation defined
§ 1142 Preseparation counseling; transmittal of medical records to Department of Veterans Affairs
§ 1143 Employment assistance
§ 1143a Encouragement of postseparation public and community service
§ 1144 Employment assistance, job training assistance, and other transitional services: Department of Labor
§ 1145 Health benefits
§ 1146 Commissary and exchange benefits
§ 1147 Use of military family housing
§ 1148 Relocation assistance for personnel overseas
§ 1149 Excess leave and permissive temporary duty
§ 1150 Affiliation with Guard and Reserve units: waiver of certain limitations
§ 1151 Retention of assistive technology and services provided before separation
§ 1152 Assistance to eligible members and former members to obtain employment with law enforcement agencies
§ 1153 Assistance to separated members to obtain employment with health care providers
Chapter 59 - Separation
§ 1164 Warrant officers: separation for age
§ 1165 Regular warrant officers: separation during three-year probationary period
§ 1166 Regular warrant officers: elimination for unfitness or unsatisfactory performance
§ 1167 Members under confinement by sentence of court-martial: separation after six months confinement
§ 1168 Discharge or release from active duty: limitations
§ 1169 Regular enlisted members: limitations on discharge
§ 1170 Regular enlisted members: minority discharge
§ 1171 Regular enlisted members: early discharge
§ 1172 Enlisted members: during war or emergency; discharge
§ 1173 Enlisted members: discharge for hardship
§ 1174 Separation pay upon involuntary discharge or release from active duty
§ 1174a Special separation benefits programs
§ 1175 Voluntary separation incentive
§ 1175a Voluntary separation pay and benefits
§ 1176 Enlisted members: retention after completion of 18 or more, but less than 20, years of service
§ 1177 Members diagnosed with or reasonably asserting post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury: medical examination required before administrative separation
§ 1178 System and procedures for tracking separations resulting from refusal to participate in anthrax vaccine immunization program
Chapter 60 - Separation of Regular Officers for Substandard Performance of Duty or for Certain Other Reasons
§ 1181 Authority to establish procedures to consider the separation of officers for substandard performance of duty and for certain other reasons
§ 1182 Boards of inquiry
§ 1184 Removal of officer: action by Secretary upon recommendation of board of inquiry
§ 1185 Rights and procedures
§ 1186 Officer considered for removal: voluntary retirement or discharge
§ 1187 Officers eligible to serve on boards
Chapter 61 - Retirement or Separation for Physical Disability
§ 1201 Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: retirement
§ 1202 Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: temporary disability retired list
§ 1203 Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: separation
§ 1204 Members on active duty for 30 days or less or on inactive-duty training: retirement
§ 1205 Members on active duty for 30 days or less: temporary disability retired list
§ 1206 Members on active duty for 30 days or less or on inactive-duty training: separation
§ 1206a Reserve component members unable to perform duties when ordered to active duty: disability system processing
§ 1207 Disability from intentional misconduct or willful neglect: separation
§ 1207a Members with over eight years of active service: eligibility for disability retirement for pre-existing conditions
§ 1208 Computation of service
§ 1209 Transfer to inactive status list instead of separation
§ 1210 Members on temporary disability retired list: periodic physical examination; final determination of status
§ 1211 Members on temporary disability retired list: return to active duty; promotion
§ 1212 Disability severance pay
§ 1213 Effect of separation on benefits and claims
§ 1214 Right to full and fair hearing
§ 1214a Members determined fit for duty in Physical Evaluation Board evaluation: prohibition on involuntary administrative separation due to unsuitability based on medical conditions considered in evaluation
§ 1215 Members other than Regulars: applicability of laws
§ 1216 Secretaries: powers, functions, and duties
§ 1216a Determinations of disability: requirements and limitations on determinations
§ 1217 Academy cadets and midshipmen: applicability of chapter
§ 1218 Discharge or release from active duty: claims for compensation, pension, or hospitalization
§ 1218a Discharge or release from active duty: transition assistance for reserve component members injured while on active duty
§ 1219 Statement of origin of disease or injury: limitations
§ 1221 Effective date of retirement or placement of name on temporary disability retired list
§ 1222 Physical evaluation boards
Chapter 63 - Retirement for Age
§ 1251 Age 62: regular commissioned officers in grades below general and flag officer grades; exceptions
§ 1252 Age 64: permanent professors at academies
§ 1253 Age 64: regular commissioned officers in general and flag officer grades; exception
§ 1263 Age 62: warrant officers
§ 1275 Computation of retired pay: law applicable
Chapter 65 - Retirement of Warrant Officers for Length of Service
§ 1293 Twenty years or more: warrant officers
§ 1305 Thirty years or more: regular warrant officers
§ 1315 Computation of retired pay: law applicable
Chapter 69 - Retired Grade
§ 1370 Commissioned officers: general rule; exceptions
§ 1371 Warrant officers: general rule
§ 1372 Grade on retirement for physical disability: members of armed forces
§ 1373 Higher grade for later physical disability: retired officers recalled to active duty
§ 1375 Entitlement to commission: commissioned officers advanced on retired list
§ 1376 Temporary disability retired lists
Chapter 71 - Computation of Retired Pay
§ 1401 Computation of retired pay
§ 1401a Adjustment of retired pay and retainer pay to reflect changes in Consumer Price Index
§ 1402 Recomputation of retired or retainer pay to reflect later active duty of members who first became members before September 8, 1980
§ 1402a Recomputation of retired or retainer pay to reflect later active duty of members who first became members after September 7, 1980
§ 1403 Disability retired pay: treatment under Internal Revenue Code of 1986
§ 1404 Applicability of section 8301 of title 5
§ 1405 Years of service
§ 1406 Retired pay base for members who first became members before September 8, 1980: final basic pay
§ 1407 Retired pay base for members who first became members after September 7, 1980: high-36 month average
§ 1407a Retired pay base: officers retired in general or flag officer grades
§ 1408 Payment of retired or retainer pay in compliance with court orders
§ 1409 Retired pay multiplier
§ 1410 Restoral of full retirement amount at age 62 for certain members entering on or after August 1, 1986
§ 1411 Rules of construction
§ 1412 Administrative provisions
§ 1413a Combat-related special compensation
§ 1414 Members eligible for retired pay who are also eligible for veterans’ disability compensation for disabilities rated 50 percent or higher: concurrent payment of retired pay and veterans’ disability compensation
Chapter 73 - Annuities Based on Retired or Retainer Pay
Subchapter I - Retired Servicemans Family Protection Plan
§ 1431 Election of annuity: members of armed forces
§ 1432 Election of annuity: former members of armed forces
§ 1433 Mental incompetency of member
§ 1434 Kinds of annuities that may be elected
§ 1435 Eligible beneficiaries
§ 1436 Computation of reduction in retired pay; withdrawal for severe financial hardship
§ 1436a Coverage paid up at 30 years and age 70
§ 1437 Payment of annuity
§ 1438 Deposits for amounts not deducted
§ 1439 Refund of amounts deducted from retired pay
§ 1440 Annuities not subject to legal process
§ 1441 Annuities in addition to other payments
§ 1442 Recovery of annuity erroneously paid
§ 1444 Regulations; determinations
§ 1444a Regulations regarding payment of annuity to a representative payee
§ 1445 Correction of administrative deficiencies
§ 1446 Restriction on participation
Subchapter II - Survivor Benefit Plan
§ 1447 Definitions
§ 1448 Application of Plan
§ 1448a Election to discontinue participation: one-year opportunity after second anniversary of commencement of payment of retired pay
§ 1449 Mental incompetency of member
§ 1450 Payment of annuity: beneficiaries
§ 1451 Amount of annuity
§ 1452 Reduction in retired pay
§ 1453 Recovery of amounts erroneously paid
§ 1454 Correction of administrative errors
§ 1455 Regulations
Chapter 74 - Department of Defense Military Retirement Fund
§ 1461 Establishment and purpose of Fund; definition
§ 1462 Assets of Fund
§ 1463 Payments from the Fund
§ 1465 Determination of contributions to the Fund
§ 1466 Payments into the Fund
§ 1467 Investment of assets of Fund
Chapter 75 - Deceased Personnel
Subchapter I - Death Investigations
§ 1471 Forensic pathology investigations
Subchapter II - Death Benefits
§ 1475 Death gratuity: death of members on active duty or inactive duty training and of certain other persons
§ 1476 Death gratuity: death after discharge or release from duty or training
§ 1477 Death gratuity: eligible survivors
§ 1478 Death gratuity: amount
§ 1479 Death gratuity: delegation of determinations, payments
§ 1480 Death gratuity: miscellaneous provisions
§ 1481 Recovery, care, and disposition of remains: decedents covered
§ 1482 Expenses incident to death
§ 1482a Expenses incident to death: civilian employees serving with an armed force
§ 1483 Prisoners of war and interned enemy aliens
§ 1484 Pensioners, indigent patients, and persons who die on military reservations
§ 1485 Dependents of members of armed forces
§ 1486 Other citizens of United States
§ 1487 Temporary interment
§ 1488 Removal of remains
§ 1489 Death gratuity: members and employees dying outside the United States while assigned to intelligence duties
§ 1490 Transportation of remains: certain retired members and dependents who die in military medical facilities
§ 1491 Funeral honors functions at funerals for veterans
Chapter 76 - Missing Persons
§ 1501 System for accounting for missing persons
§ 1502 Missing persons: initial report
§ 1503 Actions of Secretary concerned; initial board inquiry
§ 1504 Subsequent board of inquiry
§ 1505 Further review
§ 1506 Personnel files
§ 1507 Recommendation of status of death
§ 1508 Judicial review
§ 1509 Program to resolve preenactment missing person cases
§ 1510 Applicability to Coast Guard
§ 1511 Return alive of person declared missing or dead
§ 1512 Effect on State law
§ 1513 Definitions
Chapter 77 - Posthumous Commissions and Warrants
§ 1521 Posthumous commissions
§ 1522 Posthumous warrants
§ 1523 Posthumous commissions and warrants: effect on pay and allowances
§ 1524 Posthumous commissions and warrants: determination of date of death
Chapter 79 - Correction of Military Records
§ 1551 Correction of name after separation from service under an assumed name
§ 1552 Correction of military records: claims incident thereto
§ 1553 Review of discharge or dismissal
§ 1554 Review of retirement or separation without pay for physical disability
§ 1554a Review of separation with disability rating of 20 percent disabled or less
§ 1555 Professional staff
§ 1556 Ex parte communications prohibited
§ 1557 Timeliness standards for disposition of applications before Corrections Boards
§ 1558 Review of actions of selection boards: correction of military records by special boards; judicial review
§ 1559 Personnel limitation
Chapter 80 - Miscellaneous Investigation Requirements and Other Duties
§ 1561 Complaints of sexual harassment: investigation by commanding officers
§ 1561a Civilian orders of protection: force and effect on military installations
§ 1562 Database on domestic violence incidents
§ 1563 Consideration of proposals for posthumous and honorary promotions and appointments: procedures for review
§ 1564 Security clearance investigations
§ 1564a Counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 1565 DNA identification information: collection from certain offenders; use
§ 1565a DNA samples maintained for identification of human remains: use for law enforcement purposes
§ 1566 Voting assistance: compliance assessments; assistance
§ 1566a Voting assistance: voter assistance offices
§ 1567 Duration of military protective orders
§ 1567a Mandatory notification of issuance of military protective order to civilian law enforcement
Chapter 81 - Civilian Employees
§ 1580 Emergency essential employees: designation
§ 1580a Emergency essential employees: notification of required participation in anthrax vaccine immunization program
§ 1581 Foreign National Employees Separation Pay Account
§ 1582 Assistive technology, assistive technology devices, and assistive technology services
§ 1583 Employment of certain persons without pay
§ 1584 Employment of non-citizens
§ 1585 Carrying of firearms
§ 1585a Special agents of the Defense Criminal Investigative Service: authority to execute warrants and make arrests
§ 1586 Rotation of career-conditional and career employees assigned to duty outside the United States
§ 1587 Employees of nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: reprisals
§ 1587a Employees of nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: senior executive pay levels
§ 1588 Authority to accept certain voluntary services
§ 1589 Participation in management of specified non-Federal entities: authorized activities
§ 1591 Reimbursement for travel and transportation expenses when accompanying Members of Congress
§ 1592 Prohibition on payment of severance pay to foreign nationals in the event of certain overseas base closures
§ 1593 Uniform allowance: civilian employees
§ 1594 Reimbursement for financial institution charges incurred because of Government error in direct deposit of pay
§ 1595 Civilian faculty members at certain Department of Defense schools: employment and compensation
§ 1596 Foreign language proficiency: special pay for proficiency beneficial for intelligence interests
§ 1596a Foreign language proficiency: special pay for proficiency beneficial for other national security interests
§ 1596b Foreign language proficiency: National Foreign Language Skills Registry
§ 1597 Civilian positions: guidelines for reductions
§ 1598 Assistance to terminated employees to obtain certification and employment as teachers or employment as teachers’ aides
§ 1599a Financial assistance to certain employees in acquisition of critical skills
§ 1599b Employees abroad: travel expenses; health care
§ 1599c Health care professionals: enhanced appointment and compensation authority for personnel for care and treatment of wounded and injured members of the armed forces
§ 1599d Professional accounting positions: authority to prescribe certification and credential standards
Chapter 83 - Civilian Defense Intelligence Employees
Subchapter I - Defense-wide Intelligence Personnel Policy
§ 1601 Civilian intelligence personnel: general authority to establish excepted positions, appoint personnel, and fix rates of pay
§ 1602 Basic pay
§ 1603 Additional compensation, incentives, and allowances
§ 1605 Benefits for certain employees assigned outside the United States
§ 1606 Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service
§ 1607 Intelligence Senior Level positions
§ 1608 Time-limited appointments
§ 1609 Termination of defense intelligence employees
§ 1610 Reductions and other adjustments in force
§ 1611 Postemployment assistance: certain terminated intelligence employees
§ 1612 Merit system principles and civil service protections: applicability
§ 1613 Miscellaneous provisions
§ 1614 Definitions
Subchapter II - Defense Intelligence Agency Personnel
§ 1621 Defense Intelligence Agency merit pay system
§ 1622 Uniform allowance: civilian employees
§ 1623 Financial assistance to certain employees in acquisition of critical skills
Chapter 87 - Defense Acquisition Workforce
Subchapter I - General Authorities and Responsibilities
§ 1701 Management policies
§ 1701a Management for acquisition workforce excellence
§ 1702 Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics: authorities and responsibilities
§ 1704 Service acquisition executives: authorities and responsibilities
§ 1705 Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund
Subchapter II - Defense Acquisition Positions
§ 1721 Designation of acquisition positions
§ 1722 Career development
§ 1722a Special requirements for military personnel in the acquisition field
§ 1722b Special requirements for civilian employees in the acquisition field
§ 1723 General education, training, and experience requirements
§ 1724 Contracting positions: qualification requirements
Subchapter III - Acquisition Corps
§ 1731 Acquisition Corps: in general
§ 1732 Selection criteria and procedures
§ 1733 Critical acquisition positions
§ 1734 Career development
§ 1735 Education, training, and experience requirements for critical acquisition positions
§ 1737 Definitions and general provisions
Subchapter IV - Education and Training
§ 1741 Policies and programs: establishment and implementation
§ 1742 Internship, cooperative education, and scholarship programs
§ 1745 Additional education and training programs available to acquisition personnel
§ 1746 Defense Acquisition University
§ 1747 Acquisition fellowship program
§ 1748 Fulfillment standards for acquisition workforce training
Subchapter V - General Management Provisions
§ 1761 Management information system
§ 1762 Demonstration project relating to certain acquisition personnel management policies and procedures
§ 1764 Authority to establish different minimum requirements
Chapter 88 - Military Family Programs and Military Child Care
Subchapter I - Military Family Programs
§ 1781 Office of Family Policy
§ 1781a Department of Defense Military Family Readiness Council
§ 1781b Department of Defense policy and plans for military family readiness
§ 1781c Office of Community Support for Military Families With Special Needs
§ 1782 Surveys of military families
§ 1783 Family members serving on advisory committees
§ 1784 Employment opportunities for military spouses
§ 1784a Education and training opportunities for military spouses to expand employment and portable career opportunities
§ 1785 Youth sponsorship program
§ 1786 Dependent student travel within the United States
§ 1787 Reporting of child abuse
§ 1788 Additional family assistance
§ 1789 Chaplain-led programs: authorized support
Subchapter II - Military Child Care
§ 1791 Funding for military child care
§ 1792 Child care employees
§ 1793 Parent fees
§ 1794 Child abuse prevention and safety at facilities
§ 1795 Parent partnerships with child development centers
§ 1796 Subsidies for family home day care
§ 1797 Early childhood education program
§ 1798 Child care services and youth program services for dependents: financial assistance for providers
§ 1799 Child care services and youth program services for dependents: participation by children and youth otherwise ineligible
§ 1800 Definitions
Part III - Training and Education
Chapter 101 - Training Generally
§ 2002 Dependents of members of armed forces: language training
§ 2003 Aeronautical rating as pilot: qualifications
§ 2004 Detail of commissioned officers as students at law schools
§ 2004a Detail of commissioned officers as students at medical schools
§ 2004b Detail of commissioned officers as students at schools of psychology
§ 2005 Advanced education assistance: active duty agreement; reimbursement requirements
§ 2006 Department of Defense Education Benefits Fund
§ 2007 Payment of tuition for off-duty training or education
§ 2008 Authority to use funds for certain educational purposes
§ 2009 Military colleges: female students
§ 2010 Participation of developing countries in combined exercises: payment of incremental expenses
§ 2011 Special operations forces: training with friendly foreign forces
§ 2012 Support and services for eligible organizations and activities outside Department of Defense
§ 2013 Training at non-Government facilities
§ 2014 Administrative actions adversely affecting military training or other readiness activities
§ 2015 Payment of expenses to obtain professional credentials
§ 2016 Undergraduate nurse training program: establishment through agreement with academic institution
Chapter 102 - Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps
§ 2031 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps
§ 2032 Responsibility of the Secretaries of the military departments to maximize enrollment and enhance efficiency
§ 2033 Instructor qualifications
Chapter 103 - Senior Reserve Officers Training Corps
§ 2101 Definitions
§ 2102 Establishment
§ 2103 Eligibility for membership
§ 2103a Students not eligible for advanced training: commitment to military service
§ 2104 Advanced training; eligibility for
§ 2105 Advanced training; failure to complete or to accept commission
§ 2106 Advanced training; commission on completion
§ 2107 Financial assistance program for specially selected members
§ 2107a Financial assistance program for specially selected members: Army Reserve and Army National Guard
§ 2108 Advanced standing; interruption of training; delay in starting obligated service; release from program
§ 2109 Practical military training
§ 2110 Logistical support
§ 2111 Personnel: administrators and instructors
§ 2111a Support for senior military colleges
§ 2111b Senior military colleges: Department of Defense international student program
Chapter 104 - Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
§ 2112 Establishment
§ 2112a Continued operation of University
§ 2113 Administration of University
§ 2113a Board of Regents
§ 2114 Students: selection; status; obligation
§ 2115 Graduates: limitation on number permitted to perform civilian Federal service
§ 2116 Military nursing research
Chapter 105 - Armed Forces Health Professions Financial Assistance Programs
Subchapter I - Health Professions Scholarship and Financial Assistance Program for Active Service
§ 2120 Definitions
§ 2121 Establishment
§ 2122 Eligibility for participation
§ 2123 Members of the program: active duty obligation; failure to complete training; release from program
§ 2124 Members of the program: numbers appointed
§ 2125 Members of the program: exclusion from authorized strengths
§ 2126 Members of the program: service credit
§ 2127 Scholarships and financial assistance: payments
§ 2128 Accession bonus for members of the program
Subchapter II - Nurse Officer Candidate Accession Program
§ 2130a Financial assistance: nurse officer candidates
Chapter 106 - Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve
§ 2131 Reference to chapter 1606
§ 2138 Savings provision
Chapter 106A - Educational Assistance for Persons Enlisting for Active Duty
§ 2141 Educational assistance program: establishment
§ 2142 Educational assistance program: eligibility
§ 2143 Educational assistance: amount
§ 2144 Subsistence allowance
§ 2145 Adjustments of amount of educational assistance and of subsistence allowance
§ 2146 Right of member upon subsequent reenlistment to lump-sum payment in lieu of educational assistance
§ 2147 Right of member after reenlisting to transfer entitlement to spouse or dependent children
§ 2148 Duration of entitlement
§ 2149 Applications for educational assistance
Chapter 107 - Professional Military Education
§ 2151 Definitions
§ 2152 Joint professional military education: general requirements
§ 2153 Capstone course: newly selected general and flag officers
§ 2154 Joint professional military education: three-phase approach
§ 2155 Joint professional military education Phase II program of instruction
§ 2156 Joint Forces Staff College: duration of principal course of instruction
§ 2157 Annual report to Congress
Chapter 108 - Department of Defense Schools
§ 2161 Degree granting authority for National Defense Intelligence College
§ 2162 Preparation of budget requests for operation of professional military education schools
§ 2163 Degree granting authority for National Defense University
§ 2164 Department of Defense domestic dependent elementary and secondary schools
§ 2165 National Defense University: component institutions
§ 2166 Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation
§ 2167 National Defense University: admission of private sector civilians to professional military education program
§ 2167a Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy: admission of private sector civilians to receive instruction
§ 2168 Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center: degree of Associate of Arts in foreign language
§ 2169 School of Nursing: establishment
Chapter 109 - Educational Loan Repayment Programs
§ 2171 Education loan repayment program: enlisted members on active duty in specified military specialties
§ 2173 Education loan repayment program: commissioned officers in specified health professions
§ 2174 Interest payment program: members on active duty
Chapter 110 - Educational Assistance for Members Held as Captives and Their Dependents
§ 2181 Definitions
§ 2182 Educational assistance: dependents of captives
§ 2183 Educational assistance: former captives
§ 2184 Termination of assistance
§ 2185 Programs to be consistent with programs administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs
Chapter 111 - Support of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education
§ 2191 Graduate fellowships
§ 2192 Improvement of education in technical fields: general authority regarding education in science, mathematics, and engineering
§ 2192a Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Defense Education Program
§ 2193 Improvement of education in technical fields: grants for higher education in science and mathematics
§ 2193a Improvement of education in technical fields: general authority for support of elementary and secondary education in science and mathematics
§ 2193b Improvement of education in technical fields: program for support of elementary and secondary education in science, mathematics, and technology
§ 2194 Education partnerships
§ 2195 Department of Defense cooperative education programs
§ 2196 Manufacturing engineering education: grant program
§ 2197 Manufacturing experts in the classroom
§ 2198 Management training program in Japanese language and culture
§ 2199 Definitions
Chapter 112 - Information Security Scholarship Program
§ 2200 Programs; purpose
§ 2200a Scholarship program
§ 2200b Grant program
§ 2200c Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education
§ 2200d Regulations
§ 2200e Definitions
§ 2200f Inapplicability to Coast Guard
Part IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Chapter 131 - Planning and Coordination
§ 2201 Apportionment of funds: authority for exemption; excepted expenses
§ 2202 Regulations on procurement, production, warehousing, and supply distribution functions
§ 2203 Budget estimates
§ 2204 Obligation of appropriations
§ 2205 Reimbursements
§ 2206 Disbursement of funds of military department to cover obligation of another agency of Department of Defense
§ 2207 Expenditure of appropriations: limitation
§ 2208 Working-capital funds
§ 2209 Management funds
§ 2210 Proceeds of sales of supplies: credit to appropriations
§ 2211 Reimbursement for equipment, material, or services furnished members of the United Nations
§ 2212 Obligations for contract services: reporting in budget object classes
§ 2213 Limitation on acquisition of excess supplies
§ 2214 Transfer of funds: procedure and limitations
§ 2215 Transfer of funds to other departments and agencies: limitation
§ 2216 Defense Modernization Account
§ 2217 Comparable budgeting for common procurement weapon systems
§ 2218 National Defense Sealift Fund
§ 2220 Performance based management: acquisition programs
§ 2222 Defense business systems: architecture, accountability, and modernization
§ 2223 Information technology: additional responsibilities of Chief Information Officers
§ 2223a Information technology acquisition planning and oversight requirements
§ 2224 Defense Information Assurance Program
§ 2224a Information security: continued applicability of expiring Governmentwide requirements to the Department of Defense
§ 2225 Information technology purchases: tracking and management
§ 2226 Contracted property and services: prompt payment of vouchers
§ 2227 Electronic submission and processing of claims for contract payments
§ 2228 Office of Corrosion Policy and Oversight
§ 2229 Strategic policy on prepositioning of materiel and equipment
§ 2229a Annual report on prepositioned materiel and equipment
Chapter 134 - Miscellaneous Administrative Provisions
Subchapter I - Miscellaneous Authorities, Prohibitions, and Limitations on the Use of Appropriated Funds
§ 2241 Availability of appropriations for certain purposes
§ 2241a Prohibition on use of funds for publicity or propaganda purposes within the United States
§ 2242 Authority to use appropriated funds for certain investigations and security services
§ 2243 Authority to use appropriated funds to support student meal programs in overseas dependents’ schools
§ 2244 Security investigations
§ 2244a Equipment scheduled for retirement or disposal: limitation on expenditures for modifications
§ 2245 Use of aircraft for proficiency flying: limitation
§ 2245a Use of operation and maintenance funds for purchase of investment items: limitation
§ 2249 Prohibition on use of funds for documenting economic or employment impact of certain acquisition programs
§ 2249a Prohibition on providing financial assistance to terrorist countries
§ 2249b Display of State flags: prohibition on use of funds to arbitrarily exclude flag; position and manner of display
§ 2249c Regional Defense Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program: authority to use appropriated funds for costs associated with education and training of foreign officials
§ 2249d Distribution to certain foreign personnel of education and training materials and information technology to enhance military interoperability with the armed forces
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous Administrative Authority
§ 2251 Household furnishings and other property: personnel outside the United States or in Alaska or Hawaii
§ 2252 Rewards: missing property
§ 2253 Motor vehicles
§ 2254 Treatment of reports of aircraft accident investigations
§ 2255 Aircraft accident investigation boards: composition requirements
§ 2257 Use of recruiting materials for public relations
§ 2259 Transit pass program: personnel in poor air quality areas
§ 2260 Licensing of intellectual property: retention of fees
§ 2261 Presentation of recognition items for recruitment and retention purposes
§ 2262 Department of Defense conferences: collection of fees to cover Department of Defense costs
§ 2263 United States contributions to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization common-funded budgets
Chapter 135 - Space Programs
§ 2271 Management of space programs: joint program offices and officer management programs
§ 2272 Space science and technology strategy: coordination
§ 2273 Policy regarding assured access to space: national security payloads
§ 2273a Operationally Responsive Space Program Office
§ 2274 Space situational awareness services and information: provision to non-United States Government entities
Chapter 136 - Provisions Relating to Specific Programs
§ 2281 Global Positioning System
§ 2282 B2 bomber: annual report
Chapter 137 - Procurement Generally
§ 2302 Definitions
§ 2302a Simplified acquisition threshold
§ 2302b Implementation of simplified acquisition procedures
§ 2302c Implementation of electronic commerce capability
§ 2302d Major system: definitional threshold amounts
§ 2303 Applicability of chapter
§ 2304 Contracts: competition requirements
§ 2304a Task and delivery order contracts: general authority
§ 2304b Task order contracts: advisory and assistance services
§ 2304c Task and delivery order contracts: orders
§ 2304d Task and delivery order contracts: definitions
§ 2304e Contracts: prohibition on competition between Department of Defense and small businesses and certain other entities
§ 2305 Contracts: planning, solicitation, evaluation, and award procedures
§ 2305a Design-build selection procedures
§ 2306 Kinds of contracts
§ 2306a Cost or pricing data: truth in negotiations
§ 2306b Multiyear contracts: acquisition of property
§ 2306c Multiyear contracts: acquisition of services
§ 2307 Contract financing
§ 2308 Buy-to-budget acquisition: end items
§ 2309 Allocation of appropriations
§ 2310 Determinations and decisions
§ 2311 Assignment and delegation of procurement functions and responsibilities
§ 2312 Remission of liquidated damages
§ 2313 Examination of records of contractor
§ 2314 Laws inapplicable to agencies named in section 2303 of this title
§ 2315 Law inapplicable to the procurement of automatic data processing equipment and services for certain defense purposes
§ 2316 Disclosure of identity of contractor
§ 2318 Advocates for competition
§ 2319 Encouragement of new competitors
§ 2320 Rights in technical data
§ 2321 Validation of proprietary data restrictions
§ 2323 Contract goal for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher education
§ 2323a Credit for Indian contracting in meeting certain subcontracting goals for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher education
§ 2324 Allowable costs under defense contracts
§ 2325 Restructuring costs
§ 2326 Undefinitized contractual actions: restrictions
§ 2327 Contracts: consideration of national security objectives
§ 2328 Release of technical data under Freedom of Information Act: recovery of costs
§ 2330 Procurement of contract services: management structure
§ 2330a Procurement of services: tracking of purchases
§ 2331 Procurement of services: contracts for professional and technical services
§ 2332 Share-in-savings contracts
§ 2333 Joint policies on requirements definition, contingency program management, and contingency contracting
§ 2334 Independent cost estimation and cost analysis
Chapter 138 - Cooperative Agreements With Nato Allies and Other Countries
Subchapter I - Acquisition and Cross-servicing Agreements
§ 2341 Authority to acquire logistic support, supplies, and services for elements of the armed forces deployed outside the United States
§ 2342 Cross-servicing agreements
§ 2343 Waiver of applicability of certain laws
§ 2344 Methods of payment for acquisitions and transfers by the United States
§ 2345 Liquidation of accrued credits and liabilities
§ 2346 Crediting of receipts
§ 2347 Limitation on amounts that may be obligated or accrued by the United States
§ 2348 Inventories of supplies not to be increased
§ 2349 Overseas Workload Program
§ 2349a Annual report on non-NATO agreements
§ 2350 Definitions
Subchapter II - Other Cooperative Agreements
§ 2350a Cooperative research and development agreements: NATO organizations; allied and friendly foreign countries
§ 2350b Cooperative projects under Arms Export Control Act: acquisition of defense equipment
§ 2350c Cooperative military airlift agreements: allied countries
§ 2350d Cooperative logistic support agreements: NATO countries
§ 2350e NATO Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) program: authority of Secretary of Defense
§ 2350f Procurement of communications support and related supplies and services
§ 2350g Authority to accept use of real property, services, and supplies from foreign countries in connection with mutual defense agreements and occupational arrangements
§ 2350h Memorandums of agreement: Department of Defense ombudsman for foreign signatories
§ 2350i Foreign contributions for cooperative projects
§ 2350j Burden sharing contributions by designated countries and regional organizations
§ 2350k Relocation within host nation of elements of armed forces overseas
§ 2350l Cooperative agreements for reciprocal use of test facilities: foreign countries and international organizations
§ 2350m Participation in multinational military centers of excellence
Chapter 139 - Research and Development
§ 2351 Availability of appropriations
§ 2352 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency: biennial strategic plan
§ 2353 Contracts: acquisition, construction, or furnishing of test facilities and equipment
§ 2354 Contracts: indemnification provisions
§ 2358 Research and development projects
§ 2359 Science and technology programs to be conducted so as to foster the transition of science and technology to higher levels of research, development, test, and evaluation
§ 2359a Technology Transition Initiative
§ 2359b Defense Acquisition Challenge Program
§ 2360 Research and development laboratories: contracts for services of university students
§ 2361 Award of grants and contracts to colleges and universities: requirement of competition
§ 2362 Research and educational programs and activities: historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions of higher education
§ 2364 Coordination and communication of defense research activities
§ 2365 Global Research Watch Program
§ 2366 Major systems and munitions programs: survivability testing and lethality testing required before full-scale production
§ 2366a Major defense acquisition programs: certification required before Milestone A or Key Decision Point A approval
§ 2366b Major defense acquisition programs: certification required before Milestone B or Key Decision Point B approval
§ 2367 Use of federally funded research and development centers
§ 2371 Research projects: transactions other than contracts and grants
§ 2371a Cooperative research and development agreements under Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980
§ 2372 Independent research and development and bid and proposal costs: payments to contractors
§ 2373 Procurement for experimental purposes
§ 2374 Merit-based award of grants for research and development
§ 2374a Prizes for advanced technology achievements
§ 2374b Prizes for achievements in promoting science, mathematics, engineering, or technology education
Chapter 140 - Procurement of Commercial Items
§ 2375 Relationship of commercial item provisions to other provisions of law
§ 2376 Definitions
§ 2377 Preference for acquisition of commercial items
§ 2378 Procurement of copier paper containing specified percentages of post-consumer recycled content
§ 2379 Requirement for determination by Secretary of Defense and notification to Congress before procurement of major weapon systems as commercial items
Chapter 141 - Miscellaneous Procurement Provisions
§ 2381 Contracts: regulations for bids
§ 2382 Consolidation of contract requirements: policy and restrictions
§ 2383 Contractor performance of acquisition functions closely associated with inherently governmental functions
§ 2384 Supplies: identification of supplier and sources
§ 2384a Supplies: economic order quantities
§ 2385 Arms and ammunition: immunity from taxation
§ 2386 Copyrights, patents, designs, etc.; acquisition
§ 2387 Procurement of table and kitchen equipment for officers’ quarters: limitation on
§ 2389 Ensuring safety regarding insensitive munitions
§ 2390 Prohibition on the sale of certain defense articles from the stocks of the Department of Defense
§ 2391 Military base reuse studies and community planning assistance
§ 2392 Prohibition on use of funds to relieve economic dislocations
§ 2393 Prohibition against doing business with certain offerors or contractors
§ 2395 Availability of appropriations for procurement of technical military equipment and supplies
§ 2396 Advances for payments for compliance with foreign laws, rent in foreign countries, tuition, public utility services, and pay and supplies of armed forces of friendly foreign countries
§ 2399 Operational test and evaluation of defense acquisition programs
§ 2400 Low-rate initial production of new systems
§ 2401 Requirement for authorization by law of certain contracts relating to vessels, aircraft, and combat vehicles
§ 2401a Lease of vehicles, equipment, vessels, and aircraft
§ 2402 Prohibition of contractors limiting subcontractor sales directly to the United States
§ 2408 Prohibition on persons convicted of defense-contract related felonies and related criminal penalty on defense contractors
§ 2409 Contractor employees: protection from reprisal for disclosure of certain information
§ 2410 Requests for equitable adjustment or other relief: certification
§ 2410a Contracts for periods crossing fiscal years: severable service contracts; leases of real or personal property
§ 2410b Contractor inventory accounting systems: standards
§ 2410d Subcontracting plans: credit for certain purchases
§ 2410f Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of "Made in America" labels
§ 2410g Advance notification of contract performance outside the United States
§ 2410i Prohibition on contracting with entities that comply with the secondary Arab boycott of Israel
§ 2410j Displaced contractor employees: assistance to obtain certification and employment as teachers or employment as teachers’ aides
§ 2410k Defense contractors: listing of suitable employment openings with local employment service office
§ 2410l Contracts for advisory and assistance services: cost comparison studies
§ 2410m Retention of amounts collected from contractor during the pendency of contract dispute
§ 2410n Products of Federal Prison Industries: procedural requirements
§ 2410o Multiyear procurement authority: purchase of dinitrogen tetroxide, hydrazine, and hydrazine-related products
§ 2410p Contracts: limitations on lead system integrators
§ 2410q Multiyear contracts: purchase of electricity from renewable energy sources
Chapter 142 - Procurement Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement Program
§ 2411 Definitions
§ 2412 Purposes
§ 2413 Cooperative agreements
§ 2414 Limitation
§ 2415 Distribution
§ 2416 Subcontractor information
§ 2417 Administrative costs
§ 2418 Authority to provide certain types of technical assistance
§ 2419 Regulations
Chapter 143 - Production by Military Agencies
§ 2421 Plantations and farms: operation, maintenance, and improvement
§ 2422 Bakery and dairy products: procurement outside the United States
§ 2423 Laundry and dry cleaning services: procurement from facilities operated by the Navy Resale and Services Support Office
§ 2424 Procurement of supplies and services from exchange stores outside the United States
Chapter 144 - Major Defense Acquisition Programs
§ 2430 Major defense acquisition program defined
§ 2430a Major subprograms
§ 2431 Weapons development and procurement schedules
§ 2432 Selected Acquisition Reports
§ 2433 Unit cost reports
§ 2433a Critical cost growth in major defense acquisition programs
§ 2434 Independent cost estimates; operational manpower requirements
§ 2435 Baseline description
§ 2436 Major defense acquisition programs: incentive program for contractors to purchase capital assets manufactured in United States
§ 2437 Development of major defense acquisition programs: sustainment of system to be replaced
§ 2438 Performance assessments and root cause analyses
§ 2440 Technology and industrial base plans
Chapter 144A - Major Automated Information System Programs
§ 2445a Definitions
§ 2445b Cost, schedule, and performance information
§ 2445c Reports: quarterly reports; reports on program changes
§ 2445d Construction with other reporting requirements
Chapter 145 - Cataloging and Standardization
§ 2451 Defense supply management
§ 2452 Duties of Secretary of Defense
§ 2453 Supply catalog: distribution and use
§ 2454 Supply catalog: new or obsolete items
§ 2456 Coordination with General Services Administration
§ 2457 Standardization of equipment with North Atlantic Treaty Organization members
§ 2458 Inventory management policies
Chapter 146 - Contracting for Performance of Civilian Commercial or Industrial Type Functions
§ 2460 Definition of depot-level maintenance and repair
§ 2461 Public-private competition required before conversion to contractor performance
§ 2461a Development and implementation of system for monitoring cost saving resulting from public-private competitions
§ 2462 Reports on public-private competition
§ 2463 Guidelines and procedures for use of civilian employees to perform Department of Defense functions
§ 2464 Core logistics capabilities
§ 2465 Prohibition on contracts for performance of firefighting or security-guard functions
§ 2466 Limitations on the performance of depot-level maintenance of materiel
§ 2469 Contracts to perform workloads previously performed by depot-level activities of the Department of Defense: requirement of competition
§ 2470 Depot-level activities of the Department of Defense: authority to compete for maintenance and repair workloads of other Federal agencies
§ 2472 Prohibition on management of depot employees by end strength
§ 2474 Centers of Industrial and Technical Excellence: designation; public-private partnerships
§ 2475 Consolidation, restructuring, or reengineering of organizations, functions, or activities: notification requirements
§ 2476 Minimum capital investment for certain depots
Chapter 147 - Commissaries and Exchanges and Other Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Activities
Subchapter I - Defense Commissary and Exchange Systems
§ 2481 Defense commissary and exchange systems: existence and purpose
§ 2482 Commissary stores: criteria for establishment or closure; store size
§ 2483 Commissary stores: use of appropriated funds to cover operating expenses
§ 2484 Commissary stores: merchandise that may be sold; uniform surcharges and pricing
§ 2485 Commissary stores: operation
Subchapter II - Relationship, Continuation, and Common Policies of Defense Commissary and Exchange Systems
§ 2487 Relationship between defense commissary system and exchange stores system
§ 2488 Combined exchange and commissary stores
§ 2489 Overseas commissary and exchange stores: access and purchase restrictions
Subchapter III - Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Programs and Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities
§ 2491 Uniform funding and management of morale, welfare, and recreation programs
§ 2491a Department of Defense golf courses: limitation on use of appropriated funds
§ 2491b Use of appropriated funds for operation of Armed Forces Recreation Center, Europe: limitation
§ 2491c Retention of morale, welfare, and recreation funds by military installations: limitation
§ 2492 Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: contracts with other agencies and instrumentalities to provide and obtain goods and services
§ 2492a Limitation on Department of Defense entities competing with private sector in offering personal information services
§ 2493 Fisher Houses: administration as nonappropriated fund instrumentality
§ 2494 Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: furnishing utility services for morale, welfare, and recreation purposes
§ 2495 Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: purchase of alcoholic beverages
§ 2495a Overseas package stores: treatment of United States wines
§ 2495b Sale or rental of sexually explicit material prohibited
Chapter 148 - National Defense Technology and Industrial Base, Defense Reinvestment, and Defense Conversion
Subchapter I - Definitions
§ 2500 Definitions
Subchapter II - Policies and Planning
§ 2501 National security objectives concerning national technology and industrial base
§ 2502 National Defense Technology and Industrial Base Council
§ 2503 National defense program for analysis of the technology and industrial base
§ 2504 Annual report to Congress
§ 2505 National technology and industrial base: periodic defense capability assessments
§ 2506 Department of Defense technology and industrial base policy guidance
§ 2507 Data collection authority of President
§ 2508 Industrial Base Fund
Subchapter III - Programs for Development, Application, and Support of Dual-use Technologies
§ 2511 Defense dual-use critical technology program
§ 2514 Encouragement of technology transfer
§ 2515 Office of Technology Transition
§ 2517 Office for Foreign Defense Critical Technology Monitoring and Assessment
§ 2518 Overseas foreign critical technology monitoring and assessment financial assistance program
§ 2519 Federal Defense Laboratory Diversification Program
Subchapter IV - Manufacturing Technology
§ 2521 Manufacturing Technology Program
§ 2522 Armament retooling and manufacturing
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous Technology Base Policies and Programs
§ 2531 Defense memoranda of understanding and related agreements
§ 2532 Offset policy; notification
§ 2533 Determinations of public interest under chapter 83 of title 41
§ 2533a Requirement to buy certain articles from American sources; exceptions
§ 2533b Requirement to buy strategic materials critical to national security from American sources; exceptions
§ 2534 Miscellaneous limitations on the procurement of goods other than United States goods
§ 2535 Defense Industrial Reserve
§ 2536 Award of certain contracts to entities controlled by a foreign government: prohibition
§ 2537 Improved national defense control of technology diversions overseas
§ 2538 Industrial mobilization: orders; priorities; possession of manufacturing plants; violations
§ 2539 Industrial mobilization: plants; lists
§ 2539a Industrial mobilization: Board on Mobilization of Industries Essential for Military Preparedness
§ 2539b Availability of samples, drawings, information, equipment, materials, and certain services
Subchapter VI - Defense Export Loan Guarantees
§ 2540 Establishment of loan guarantee program
§ 2540a Transferability
§ 2540b Limitations
§ 2540c Fees charged and collected
§ 2540d Definitions
Subchapter VII - Critical Infrastructure Protection Loan Guarantees
§ 2541 Establishment of loan guarantee program
§ 2541a Fees charged and collected
§ 2541b Administration
§ 2541c Transferability, additional limitations, and definition
§ 2541d Reports
Chapter 149 - Defense Acquisition System
§ 2545 Definitions
§ 2546 Civilian management of the defense acquisition system
§ 2547 Acquisition-related functions of chiefs of the armed forces
§ 2548 Performance assessments of the defense acquisition system
Chapter 152 - Issue of Supplies, Services, and Facilities
§ 2551 Equipment and barracks: national veterans’ organizations
§ 2552 Equipment for instruction and practice: American National Red Cross
§ 2553 Equipment and services: Presidential inaugural ceremonies
§ 2554 Equipment and other services: Boy Scout Jamborees
§ 2555 Transportation services: international Girl Scout events
§ 2556 Shelter for homeless; incidental services
§ 2557 Excess nonlethal supplies: availability for humanitarian relief, domestic emergency assistance, and homeless veterans assistance
§ 2558 National military associations: assistance at national conventions
§ 2559 Provision of medical care to foreign military and diplomatic personnel: reimbursement required; waiver for provision of reciprocal services
§ 2560 Aircraft and vehicles: limitation on leasing to non-Federal agencies
§ 2561 Humanitarian assistance
§ 2562 Limitation on use of excess construction or fire equipment from Department of Defense stocks in foreign assistance or military sales programs
§ 2563 Articles and services of industrial facilities: sale to persons outside the Department of Defense
§ 2564 Provision of support for certain sporting events
§ 2565 Nuclear test monitoring equipment: furnishing to foreign governments
§ 2566 Space and services: provision to military welfare societies
§ 2568 Retention of combat uniforms by members deployed in support of contingency operations
Chapter 153 - Exchange of Material and Disposal of Obsolete, Surplus, or Unclaimed Property
§ 2571 Interchange of supplies and services
§ 2572 Documents, historical artifacts, and condemned or obsolete combat materiel: loan, gift, or exchange
§ 2574 Armament: sale of individual pieces
§ 2575 Disposition of unclaimed property
§ 2576 Surplus military equipment: sale to State and local law enforcement, firefighting, homeland security, and emergency management agencies
§ 2576a Excess personal property: sale or donation for law enforcement activities
§ 2576b Excess personal property: sale or donation to assist firefighting agencies
§ 2577 Disposal of recyclable materials
§ 2578 Vessels: transfer between departments
§ 2579 War booty: procedures for handling and retaining battlefield objects
§ 2580 Donation of excess chapel property
§ 2581 Excess UH1 Huey and AH1 Cobra helicopters: requirements for transfer to foreign countries
§ 2582 Military equipment identified on United States munitions list: annual report of public sales
§ 2583 Military animals: transfer and adoption
Chapter 155 - Acceptance of Gifts and Services
§ 2601 General gift funds
§ 2601a Direct acceptance of gifts by members of the armed forces and Department of Defense and Coast Guard employees and their families
§ 2602 American National Red Cross: cooperation and assistance
§ 2603 Acceptance of fellowships, scholarships, or grants
§ 2604 United Seamen’s Service: cooperation and assistance
§ 2605 Acceptance of gifts for defense dependents’ schools
§ 2606 Scouting: cooperation and assistance in foreign areas
§ 2607 Acceptance of gifts for the Defense Intelligence College
§ 2608 Acceptance of contributions for defense programs, projects, and activities; Defense Cooperation Account
§ 2610 Competitions for excellence: acceptance of monetary awards
§ 2611 Regional centers for security studies: acceptance of gifts and donations
§ 2612 National Defense University: acceptance of gifts
§ 2613 Acceptance of frequent traveler miles, credits, and tickets; use to facilitate rest and recuperation travel of deployed members and their families
§ 2614 Emergency communications equipment: acceptance from local public safety agencies for temporary use related to disasters
Chapter 157 - Transportation
§ 2631 Supplies: preference to United States vessels
§ 2631a Contingency planning: sealift and related intermodal transportation requirements
§ 2632 Transportation to and from certain places of employment and on military installations
§ 2633 Stevedoring and terminal services: vessels carrying cargo or passengers sponsored by military department
§ 2634 Motor vehicles: transportation or storage for members on change of permanent station or extended deployment
§ 2635 Medical emergency helicopter transportation assistance and limitation of individual liability
§ 2636 Deductions from amounts due carriers
§ 2636a Loss or damage to personal property transported at Government expense: full replacement value; deduction from amounts due carriers
§ 2637 Transportation in certain areas outside the United States
§ 2638 Transportation of civilian clothing of enlisted members
§ 2639 Transportation to and from school for certain minor dependents
§ 2640 Charter air transportation of members of the armed forces
§ 2641 Transportation of certain veterans on Department of Defense aeromedical evacuation aircraft
§ 2641a Transportation of American Samoa veterans on Department of Defense aircraft for certain medical care in Hawaii
§ 2641b Space-available travel on Department of Defense aircraft: retired members residing in Commonwealths and possessions of the United States for certain health care services
§ 2642 Airlift services provided to certain other agencies: use of Department of Defense reimbursement rate
§ 2643 Commissary and exchange services: transportation overseas
§ 2644 Control of transportation systems in time of war
§ 2645 Indemnification of Department of Transportation for losses covered by vessel war risk insurance
§ 2646 Travel services: procurement for official and unofficial travel under one contract
§ 2647 Next-of-kin of persons unaccounted for from conflicts after World War II: transportation to annual meetings
§ 2648 Persons and supplies: sea, land, and air transportation
§ 2649 Civilian passengers and commercial cargoes: transportation on Department of Defense vessels, vehicles, and aircraft
§ 2650 Civilian personnel in Alaska
§ 2651 Passengers and merchandise to Guam: sea transport
Chapter 159 - Real Property; Related Personal Property; and Lease of Non-excess Property
§ 2661 Miscellaneous administrative provisions relating to real property
§ 2662 Real property transactions: reports to congressional committees
§ 2663 Land acquisition authorities
§ 2664 Limitations on real property acquisition
§ 2665 Sale of certain interests in land; logs
§ 2667 Leases: non-excess property of military departments and Defense Agencies
§ 2668 Easements for rights-of-way
§ 2668a Easements: granting restrictive easements in connection with land conveyances
§ 2670 Use of facilities by private organizations; use as polling places
§ 2671 Military reservations and facilities: hunting, fishing, and trapping
§ 2674 Operation and control of Pentagon Reservation and defense facilities in National Capital Region
§ 2675 Leases: foreign countries
§ 2678 Feral horses and burros: removal from military installations
§ 2681 Use of test and evaluation installations by commercial entities
§ 2682 Facilities for defense agencies
§ 2683 Relinquishment of legislative jurisdiction; minimum drinking age on military installations
§ 2684 Cooperative agreements for management of cultural resources
§ 2684a Agreements to limit encroachments and other constraints on military training, testing, and operations
§ 2685 Adjustment of or surcharge on selling prices in commissary stores to provide funds for construction and improvement of commissary store facilities
§ 2686 Utilities and services: sale; expansion and extension of systems and facilities
§ 2687 Base closures and realignments
§ 2687a Overseas base closures and realignments and basing master plans
§ 2688 Utility systems: conveyance authority
§ 2691 Restoration of land used by permit or lease
§ 2692 Storage, treatment, and disposal of nondefense toxic and hazardous materials
§ 2694 Conservation and cultural activities
§ 2694a Conveyance of surplus real property for natural resource conservation
§ 2694b Participation in wetland mitigation banks
§ 2694c Participation in conservation banking programs
§ 2695 Acceptance of funds to cover administrative expenses relating to certain real property transactions
§ 2696 Real property: transfer between armed forces and screening requirements for other Federal use
§ 2697 Acceptance and use of landing fees charged for use of domestic military airfields by civil aircraft
Chapter 160 - Environmental Restoration
§ 2700 Definitions
§ 2701 Environmental restoration program
§ 2702 Research, development, and demonstration program
§ 2703 Environmental restoration accounts
§ 2704 Commonly found unregulated hazardous substances
§ 2705 Notice of environmental restoration activities
§ 2706 Annual reports to Congress
§ 2707 Environmental restoration projects for environmental responses
§ 2708 Contracts for handling hazardous waste from defense facilities
§ 2709 Investment control process for environmental technologies
§ 2710 Inventory of unexploded ordnance, discarded military munitions, and munitions constituents at defense sites (other than operational ranges)
Chapter 161 - Property Records and Report of Theft or Loss of Certain Property
§ 2721 Property records: maintenance on quantitative and monetary basis
§ 2722 Theft or loss of ammunition, destructive devices, and explosives: report to Secretary of the Treasury
§ 2723 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within defense programs
Chapter 163 - Military Claims
§ 2731 Definition
§ 2732 Payment of claims: availability of appropriations
§ 2733 Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to noncombat activities of Department of Army, Navy, or Air Force
§ 2734 Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to noncombat activities of the armed forces; foreign countries
§ 2734a Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to noncombat activities of armed forces in foreign countries; international agreements
§ 2734b Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to activities of armed forces of foreign countries in United States; international agreements
§ 2735 Settlement: final and conclusive
§ 2736 Property loss; personal injury or death: advance payment
§ 2737 Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to use of property of the United States and not cognizable under other law
§ 2738 Property loss: reimbursement of members for certain losses of household effects caused by hostile action
§ 2739 Amounts recovered from third parties for loss or damage to personal property shipped or stored at Government expense: crediting to appropriations
§ 2740 Property loss: reimbursement of members and civilian employees for full replacement value of household effects when contractor reimbursement not available
Chapter 165 - Accountability and Responsibility
§ 2771 Final settlement of accounts: deceased members
§ 2772 Share of fines and forfeitures to benefit Armed Forces Retirement Home
§ 2773 Designation, powers, and accountability of deputy disbursing officials
§ 2773a Departmental accountable officials
§ 2773b Parking of funds: prohibition; penalties
§ 2774 Claims for overpayment of pay and allowances and of travel and transportation allowances
§ 2775 Liability of members assigned to military housing
§ 2776 Use of receipts of public money for current expenditures
§ 2777 Requisitions for advances and removal of charges outstanding in accounts of advances
§ 2779 Use of funds because of fluctuations in currency exchange rates of foreign countries
§ 2780 Debt collection
§ 2781 Availability of appropriations: exchange fees; losses in accounts
§ 2782 Damage to real property: disposition of amounts recovered
§ 2783 Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: financial management and use of nonappropriated funds
§ 2784 Management of purchase cards
§ 2784a Management of travel cards
§ 2785 Remittance addresses: regulation of alterations
§ 2786 Department of Defense payments by electronic transfers of funds: exercise of authority for waivers
§ 2787 Reports of survey
§ 2788 Property accountability: regulations
§ 2789 Individual equipment: unauthorized disposition
§ 2790 Recovery of improperly disposed of Department of Defense property
Chapter 169 - Military Construction and Military Family Housing
Subchapter I - Military Construction
§ 2801 Scope of chapter; definitions
§ 2802 Military construction projects
§ 2803 Emergency construction
§ 2804 Contingency construction
§ 2805 Unspecified minor construction
§ 2806 Contributions for North Atlantic Treaty Organizations Security Investment
§ 2807 Architectural and engineering services and construction design
§ 2808 Construction authority in the event of a declaration of war or national emergency
§ 2809 Long-term facilities contracts for certain activities and services
§ 2811 Repair of facilities
§ 2812 Lease-purchase of facilities
§ 2813 Acquisition of existing facilities in lieu of authorized construction
§ 2814 Special authority for development of Ford Island, Hawaii
§ 2815 Joint use military construction projects: annual evaluation
Subchapter II - Military Family Housing
§ 2821 Requirement for authorization of appropriations for construction and acquisition of military family housing
§ 2822 Requirement for authorization of number of family housing units
§ 2824 Authorization for acquisition of existing family housing in lieu of construction
§ 2825 Improvements to family housing units
§ 2826 Military family housing: local comparability of room patterns and floor areas
§ 2827 Relocation of military family housing units
§ 2828 Leasing of military family housing
§ 2829 Multi-year contracts for supplies and services
§ 2830 Occupancy of substandard family housing units
§ 2831 Military family housing management account
§ 2832 Homeowners assistance program
§ 2833 Family housing support
§ 2834 Participation in Department of State housing pools
§ 2835 Long-term leasing of military family housing to be constructed
§ 2835a Use of military family housing constructed under build and lease authority to house other members
§ 2836 Military housing rental guarantee program
§ 2837 Limited partnerships with private developers of housing
§ 2838 Leasing of military family housing to Secretary of Defense
Subchapter III - Administration of Military Construction and Military Family Housing
§ 2851 Supervision of military construction projects
§ 2852 Military construction projects: waiver of certain restrictions
§ 2853 Authorized cost and scope of work variations
§ 2854 Restoration or replacement of damaged or destroyed facilities
§ 2854a Conveyance of damaged or deteriorated military family housing; use of proceeds
§ 2855 Law applicable to contracts for architectural and engineering services and construction design
§ 2856 Military unaccompanied housing: local comparability of floor areas
§ 2858 Limitation on the use of funds for expediting a construction project
§ 2859 Construction requirements related to antiterrorism and force protection or urban-training operations
§ 2860 Availability of appropriations
§ 2861 Military construction projects in connection with industrial facility investment program
§ 2862 Turn-key selection procedures
§ 2863 Payment of contractor claims
§ 2866 Water conservation at military installations
§ 2867 Energy monitoring and utility control system specification for military construction and military family housing activities
§ 2868 Utility services: furnishing for certain buildings
§ 2869 Conveyance of property at military installations to limit encroachment
Subchapter IV - Alternative Authority for Acquisition and Improvement of Military Housing
§ 2871 Definitions
§ 2872 General authority
§ 2872a Utilities and services
§ 2873 Direct loans and loan guarantees
§ 2874 Leasing of housing
§ 2875 Investments
§ 2876 Rental guarantees
§ 2877 Differential lease payments
§ 2878 Conveyance or lease of existing property and facilities
§ 2880 Unit size and type
§ 2881 Ancillary supporting facilities
§ 2881a Pilot projects for acquisition or construction of military unaccompanied housing
§ 2882 Effect of assignment of members to housing units acquired or constructed under alternative authority
§ 2883 Department of Defense Housing Funds
§ 2883a Funds for housing allowances of members of the armed forces assigned to certain military family housing units
§ 2884 Reports
§ 2885 Oversight and accountability for privatization projects
Chapter 172 - Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program
§ 2901 Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program
§ 2902 Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program Council
§ 2903 Executive Director
§ 2904 Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program Scientific Advisory Board
Chapter 173 - Energy Security
Subchapter I - Energy Security Activities
§ 2911 Energy performance goals and master plan for the Department of Defense
§ 2912 Availability and use of energy cost savings
§ 2913 Energy savings contracts and activities
§ 2914 Energy conservation construction projects
§ 2915 Facilities: use of renewable forms of energy and energy efficient products
§ 2916 Sale of electricity from alternate energy and cogeneration production facilities
§ 2917 Development of geothermal energy on military lands
§ 2918 Fuel sources for heating systems; prohibition on converting certain heating facilities
§ 2919 Department of Defense participation in programs for management of energy demand or reduction of energy usage during peak periods
Subchapter II - Energy-related Procurement
§ 2922 Liquid fuels and natural gas: contracts for storage, handling, or distribution
§ 2922a Contracts for energy or fuel for military installations
§ 2922b Procurement of energy systems using renewable forms of energy
§ 2922c Procurement of gasohol as motor vehicle fuel
§ 2922d Procurement of fuel derived from coal, oil shale, and tar sands
§ 2922e Acquisition of certain fuel sources: authority to waive contract procedures; acquisition by exchange; sales authority
§ 2922f Preference for energy efficient electric equipment
§ 2922g Preference for motor vehicles using electric or hybrid propulsion systems
Subchapter III - General Provisions
§ 2925 Annual Department of Defense energy management reports
Subtitle IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Part I - Organization
Chapter 303 - Department of the Army
§ 3011 Organization
§ 3012 Department of the Army: seal
§ 3013 Secretary of the Army
§ 3014 Office of the Secretary of the Army
§ 3015 Under Secretary of the Army
§ 3016 Assistant Secretaries of the Army
§ 3017 Secretary of the Army: successors to duties
§ 3018 Administrative Assistant
§ 3019 General Counsel
§ 3020 Inspector General
§ 3021 Army Reserve Forces Policy Committee
§ 3022 Financial management
§ 3023 Chief of Legislative Liaison
§ 3024 Director of Small Business Programs
Chapter 305 - The Army Staff
§ 3031 The Army Staff: function; composition
§ 3032 The Army Staff: general duties
§ 3033 Chief of Staff
§ 3034 Vice Chief of Staff
§ 3035 Deputy Chiefs of Staff and Assistant Chiefs of Staff
§ 3036 Chiefs of branches: appointment; duties
§ 3037 Judge Advocate General, Deputy Judge Advocate General, and general officers of Judge Advocate General’s Corps: appointment; duties
§ 3038 Office of Army Reserve: appointment of Chief
§ 3039 Deputy and assistant chiefs of branches
Chapter 307 - The Army
§ 3061 Regulations
§ 3062 Policy; composition; organized peace establishment
§ 3063 Basic branches
§ 3064 Special branches
§ 3065 Assignment and detail: officers assigned or detailed to basic and special branches
§ 3067 Army Medical Department
§ 3068 Medical Service Corps: organization; Chief and assistant chiefs
§ 3069 Army Nurse Corps: composition; Chief and assistant chief; appointment; grade
§ 3070 Army Medical Specialist Corps: organization; Chief and assistant chiefs
§ 3072 Judge Advocate General’s Corps
§ 3073 Chaplains
§ 3074 Commands: territorial organization; engineer tactical units
§ 3075 Regular Army: composition
§ 3081 Dental Corps: Chief, functions
§ 3083 Public Affairs Specialty
§ 3084 Chief of Veterinary Corps: grade
Part II - Personnel
Chapter 331 - Strength
§ 3201 Officers on active duty: minimum strength based on requirements
§ 3210 Regular Army: strength in grade; general officers
Chapter 333 - Enlistments
§ 3251 Definition
§ 3252 Bonus to encourage Army personnel to refer persons for enlistment in the Army
§ 3258 Regular Army: reenlistment after service as an officer
§ 3262 Army: percentage of high-school graduates
Chapter 335 - Appointments in the Regular Army
§ 3281 Commissioned officer grades
§ 3282 General officers: title of office
§ 3283 Commissioned officers: appointment without specification of branch; transfer between branches
§ 3310 Warrant officers: original appointment; qualifications
Chapter 339 - Temporary Appointments
§ 3446 Retention on active duty
Chapter 341 - Active Duty
§ 3491 Non-regular officers: status
§ 3503 Retired commissioned officers: status
Chapter 343 - Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties
§ 3533 Corps of Engineers: assignment or transfer of officers to duties involving civil functions
§ 3534 Corps of Engineers: detail of officers to assist Mayor of District of Columbia
§ 3536 Leader of Army Band: appointment
§ 3543 Aides: detail; number authorized
§ 3547 Duties: chaplains; assistance required of commanding officers
§ 3548 Duties: warrant officers; limitations
Chapter 345 - Rank and Command
§ 3572 Rank: commissioned officers serving under temporary appointments
§ 3575 Rank: warrant officers
§ 3579 Command: commissioned officers of Army Medical Department
§ 3581 Command: chaplains
§ 3583 Requirement of exemplary conduct
Chapter 349 - Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 3639 Enlisted members: officers not to use as servants
Chapter 353 - Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits
§ 3681 Presentation of United States flag upon retirement
§ 3684 Service credit: regular enlisted members; service as an officer to be counted as enlisted service
§ 3691 Flying officer rating: qualifications
Chapter 355 - Hospitalization
§ 3723 When Secretary may require
Chapter 357 - Decorations and Awards
§ 3741 Medal of honor: award
§ 3742 Distinguished-service cross: award
§ 3743 Distinguished-service medal: award
§ 3744 Medal of honor; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal: limitations on award
§ 3745 Medal of honor; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal: delegation of power to award
§ 3746 Silver star: award
§ 3747 Medal of honor; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal; silver star: replacement
§ 3748 Medal of honor; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal; silver star: availability of appropriations
§ 3749 Distinguished flying cross: award; limitations
§ 3750 Soldier’s Medal: award; limitations
§ 3751 Service medals: issue; replacement; availability of appropriations
§ 3752 Medals: posthumous award and presentation
§ 3753 Civil War battle streamers
§ 3754 Medal of honor: duplicate medal
§ 3755 Medal of honor: presentation of Medal of Honor Flag
§ 3756 Korea Defense Service Medal
Chapter 367 - Retirement for Length of Service
§ 3911 Twenty years or more: regular or reserve commissioned officers
§ 3914 Twenty to thirty years: enlisted members
§ 3917 Thirty years or more: regular enlisted members
§ 3918 Thirty years or more: regular commissioned officers
§ 3920 More than thirty years: permanent professors and the Director of Admissions of the United States Military Academy
§ 3921 Mandatory retirement: Superintendent of the United States Military Academy; waiver authority
§ 3924 Forty years or more: Army officers
§ 3925 Computation of years of service: voluntary retirement; enlisted members
§ 3926 Computation of years of service: voluntary retirement; regular and reserve commissioned officers
§ 3929 Computation of retired pay: law applicable
Chapter 369 - Retired Grade
§ 3961 General rule
§ 3962 Higher grade for service in special positions
§ 3963 Highest grade held satisfactorily: Reserve enlisted members reduced in grade not as a result of the member’s misconduct
§ 3964 Higher grade after 30 years of service: warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 3965 Restoration to former grade: retired warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 3966 Retired lists
Chapter 371 - Computation of Retired Pay
§ 3991 Computation of retired pay
§ 3992 Recomputation of retired pay to reflect advancement on retired list
Chapter 373 - Civilian Employees
§ 4021 Army War College and United States Army Command and General Staff College: civilian faculty members
§ 4024 Expert accountant for Inspector General
§ 4025 Production of supplies and munitions: hours and pay of laborers and mechanics
§ 4027 Civilian special agents of the Criminal Investigation Command: authority to execute warrants and make arrests
Part III - Training
Chapter 401 - Training Generally
§ 4301 Members of Army: detail as students, observers, and investigators at educational institutions, industrial plants, and hospitals
§ 4302 Enlisted members of Army: schools
§ 4303 Army Ranger training: instructor staffing; safety
§ 4306 Service schools: leaves of absence for instructors
§ 4309 Rifle ranges: availability for use by members and civilians
§ 4314 Degree granting authority for United States Army Command and General Staff College
§ 4315 The Judge Advocate General’s School: master of laws in military law
§ 4316 Reporting requirements
§ 4317 Military history fellowships
§ 4318 Drill sergeant trainees: human relations training
§ 4319 Recruit basic training: separate housing for male and female recruits
§ 4320 Recruit basic training: privacy
§ 4321 Degree granting authority for United States Army War College
Chapter 403 - United States Military Academy
§ 4331 Establishment; Superintendent; faculty
§ 4332 Departments and professors: titles
§ 4333 Superintendent; faculty: appointment and detail
§ 4333a Superintendent: condition for detail to position
§ 4334 Command and supervision
§ 4335 Dean of Academic Board
§ 4336 Permanent professors; director of admissions
§ 4337 Chaplain
§ 4338 Civilian faculty: number; compensation
§ 4340 Quartermaster
§ 4341 Faculty and other officers: leaves of absence
§ 4341a Cadets: appointment by the President
§ 4342 Cadets: appointment; numbers, territorial distribution
§ 4343 Cadets: appointment; to bring Corps to full strength
§ 4344 Selection of persons from foreign countries
§ 4345 Exchange program with foreign military academies
§ 4345a Foreign and cultural exchange activities
§ 4346 Cadets: requirements for admission
§ 4347 Cadets; nominees: effect of redistricting of States
§ 4348 Cadets: agreement to serve as officer
§ 4349 Cadets: organization of Corps; service; instruction
§ 4350 Cadets: clothing and equipment
§ 4351 Cadets: deficiencies in conduct or studies; effect of failure on successor
§ 4352 Cadets: hazing
§ 4353 Cadets: degree and commission on graduation
§ 4354 Buildings and grounds: memorial hall; buildings for religious worship
§ 4355 Board of Visitors
§ 4356 Use of certain gifts
§ 4357 Acceptance of guarantees with gifts for major projects
§ 4358 Grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes: acceptance; authorized grantees
§ 4359 Mixed-funded athletic and recreational extracurricular programs: authority to manage appropriated funds in same manner as nonappropriated funds
§ 4360 Cadets: charges and fees for attendance; limitation
§ 4361 Policy on sexual harassment and sexual violence
Chapter 407 - Schools and Camps
§ 4411 Establishment: purpose
§ 4412 Operation
§ 4413 Transportation and subsistence during travel
§ 4414 Quartermaster and ordnance property: sales
§ 4416 Academy of Health Sciences: admission of civilians in physician assistant training program
§ 4417 United States Army War College: acceptance of grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes
Part IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Chapter 433 - Procurement
§ 4532 Factories and arsenals: manufacture at; abolition of
§ 4536 Equipment: post bakeries, schools, kitchens, and mess halls
§ 4540 Architectural and engineering services
§ 4541 Army arsenals: treatment of unutilized or underutilized plant-capacity costs
§ 4542 Technical data packages for large-caliber cannon: prohibition on transfers to foreign countries; exception
§ 4543 Army industrial facilities: sales of manufactured articles or services outside Department of Defense
§ 4544 Army industrial facilities: cooperative activities with non-Army entities
Chapter 434 - Armaments Industrial Base
§ 4551 Definitions
§ 4552 Policy
§ 4553 Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support Initiative
§ 4554 Property management contracts and leases
§ 4555 ARMS Initiative loan guarantee program
Chapter 435 - Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces
§ 4561 Rations
§ 4562 Clothing
§ 4563 Clothing: replacement when destroyed to prevent contagion
§ 4564 Navy and Marine Corps: camp equipment and transportation; when on shore duty with Army
§ 4565 Colors, standards, and guidons of demobilized organizations: disposition
Chapter 437 - Utilities and Services
§ 4591 Utilities: proceeds from overseas operations
§ 4592 Radiograms and telegrams: forwarding charges due connecting commercial facilities
§ 4593 Quarters: heat and light
§ 4594 Furnishing of heraldic services
§ 4595 Army Military History Institute: fee for providing historical information to the public
Chapter 439 - Sale of Serviceable Material
§ 4621 Quartermaster supplies: members of armed forces; veterans; executive or military departments and employees; prices
§ 4622 Rations: commissioned officers in field
§ 4624 Medical supplies: civilian employees of the Army; American National Red Cross; Armed Forces Retirement Home
§ 4625 Ordnance property: officers of armed forces; civilian employees of Army; American National Red Cross; educational institutions; homes for veterans’ orphans
§ 4626 Aircraft supplies and services: foreign military or air attache
§ 4627 Supplies: educational institutions
§ 4628 Airplane parts and accessories: civilian flying schools
§ 4629 Proceeds: disposition
Chapter 441 - Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces
§ 4651 Arms, tentage, and equipment: educational institutions not maintaining units of R.O.T.C.
§ 4652 Rifles and ammunition for target practice: educational institutions having corps of cadets
§ 4653 Ordnance and ordnance stores: District of Columbia high schools
§ 4654 Quartermaster supplies: military instruction camps
§ 4655 Arms and ammunition: agencies and departments of the United States
§ 4656 Aircraft and equipment: civilian aviation schools
§ 4657 Sale of ammunition for avalanche-control purposes
Chapter 443 - Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material
§ 4681 Surplus war material: sale to States and foreign governments
§ 4682 Obsolete or excess material: sale to National Council of Boy Scouts of America
§ 4683 Excess M1 rifles: loan or donation for funeral and other ceremonial purposes
§ 4684 Surplus obsolete ordnance: sale to patriotic organizations
§ 4685 Obsolete ordnance: loan to educational institutions and State soldiers and sailors’ orphans’ homes
§ 4686 Obsolete ordnance: gift to State homes for soldiers and sailors
§ 4687 Sale of excess, obsolete, or unserviceable ammunition and ammunition components
§ 4688 Armor-piercing ammunition and components: condition on disposal
§ 4689 Transfer of material and equipment to the Architect of the Capitol
§ 4690 Recyclable munitions materials: sale; use of proceeds
Chapter 445 - Disposition of Effects of Deceased Persons; Captured Flags
§ 4712 Disposition of effects of deceased persons by summary court-martial
§ 4714 Collection of captured flags, standards, and colors
Chapter 447 - Transportation
§ 4749 Property: for United States surveys
Chapter 449 - Real Property
§ 4771 Acceptance of donations: land for mobilization, training, supply base, or aviation field
§ 4772 Heritage Center for the National Museum of the United States Army: development and operation
§ 4776 Emergency construction: fortifications
§ 4777 Permits: military reservations; landing ferries, erecting bridges, driving livestock
§ 4778 Licenses: military reservations; erection and use of buildings; Young Men’s Christian Association
§ 4779 Use of public property
§ 4780 Acquisition of buildings in District of Columbia
Chapter 451 - Military Claims
§ 4801 Definition
§ 4802 Admiralty claims against the United States
§ 4803 Admiralty claims by United States
§ 4804 Salvage claims by United States
§ 4806 Settlement or compromise: final and conclusive
Chapter 453 - Accountability and Responsibility
§ 4831 Custody of departmental records and property
§ 4837 Settlement of accounts: remission or cancellation of indebtedness of members
§ 4838 Settlement of accounts: affidavit of company commander
§ 4839 Settlement of accounts: oaths
§ 4840 Final settlement of officer’s accounts
§ 4841 Payment of small amounts to public creditors
§ 4842 Settlement of accounts of line officers
Subtitle IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Part I - Organization
Chapter 503 - Department of the Navy
§ 5011 Organization
§ 5012 Department of the Navy: seal
§ 5013 Secretary of the Navy
§ 5013a Secretary of the Navy: powers with respect to Coast Guard
§ 5014 Office of the Secretary of the Navy
§ 5015 Under Secretary of the Navy
§ 5016 Assistant Secretaries of the Navy
§ 5017 Secretary of the Navy: successors to duties
§ 5018 Administrative Assistant
§ 5019 General Counsel
§ 5020 Naval Inspector General: detail; duties
§ 5022 Office of Naval Research: duties
§ 5023 Office of Naval Research: appropriations; time limit
§ 5024 Naval Research Advisory Committee
§ 5025 Financial management
§ 5026 Consultation with Commandant of the Marine Corps on major decisions directly concerning Marine Corps aviation
§ 5027 Chief of Legislative Affairs
§ 5028 Director of Small Business Programs
Chapter 505 - Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
§ 5031 Office of the Chief of Naval Operations: function; composition
§ 5032 Office of the Chief of Naval Operations: general duties
§ 5033 Chief of Naval Operations
§ 5035 Vice Chief of Naval Operations
§ 5036 Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations
§ 5037 Assistant Chiefs of Naval Operations
§ 5038 Director for Expeditionary Warfare
Chapter 506 - Headquarters, Marine Corps
§ 5041 Headquarters, Marine Corps: function; composition
§ 5042 Headquarters, Marine Corps: general duties
§ 5043 Commandant of the Marine Corps
§ 5044 Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps
§ 5045 Deputy Commandants
§ 5046 Staff Judge Advocate to the Commandant of the Marine Corps
§ 5047 Legislative Assistant to the Commandant
Chapter 507 - Composition of the Department of the Navy
§ 5061 Department of the Navy: composition
§ 5062 United States Navy: composition; functions
§ 5063 United States Marine Corps: composition; functions
Chapter 513 - Bureaus; Office of the Judge Advocate General
§ 5131 Bureaus: names; location
§ 5132 Bureaus: distribution of business; orders; records; expenses
§ 5133 Bureau Chiefs: rank; pay and allowances; retirement
§ 5135 Bureau Chiefs: succession to duties
§ 5137 Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Chief; Deputy Chief
§ 5138 Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Dental Corps; Chief; functions
§ 5139 Appointment of chiropractors in the Medical Service Corps
§ 5141 Bureau of Naval Personnel: Chief of Naval Personnel; Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel
§ 5142 Chaplain Corps and Chief of Chaplains
§ 5142a Deputy Chief of Chaplains
§ 5143 Office of Navy Reserve: appointment of Chief
§ 5144 Office of Marine Forces Reserve: appointment of Commander
§ 5148 Judge Advocate General’s Corps: Office of the Judge Advocate General; Judge Advocate General; appointment, term, emoluments, duties
§ 5149 Office of the Judge Advocate General: Deputy Judge Advocate General; Assistant Judge Advocates General
§ 5150 Staff corps of the Navy
Part II - Personnel
Chapter 533 - Distribution in Grade
§ 5441 Prescribed number; vacancies
§ 5450 Regular Navy: retired flag officers on active duty
§ 5451 Suspension: preceding sections
Chapter 535 - Grade and Rank of Officers
§ 5501 Navy: grades above chief warrant officer, W5
§ 5502 Marine Corps: grades above chief warrant officer, W5
§ 5503 Navy and Marine Corps: warrant officer grades
§ 5508 Rank of line and staff corps officers of the Navy and officers of the Marine Corps
Chapter 537 - Enlistments
§ 5540 Expiration: rights of member
Chapter 539 - Original Appointments
§ 5582 Regular Navy: transfers, line and staff corps
§ 5585 Regular Marine Corps: order of filling vacancies in grade of second lieutenant
§ 5587 Regular Navy: officers designated for engineering duty, aeronautical engineering duty, and special duty
§ 5587a Regular Marine Corps: judge advocates
§ 5589 Regular Navy and Regular Marine Corps: officers designated for limited duty
§ 5596 Navy and Marine Corps: temporary appointments of officers designated for limited duty
Chapter 551 - Officers in Command
§ 5942 Aviation commands: eligibility
§ 5943 Naval shipyards
§ 5944 Marine Corps officers: limitation on power to command
§ 5945 Staff corps officers: limitation on power to command
§ 5946 Precedence accorded commanding officers
§ 5947 Requirement of exemplary conduct
§ 5948 Consular powers: senior officer present afloat
§ 5949 Policy as to leave and liberty
§ 5951 Continuation of authority after loss of vessel or aircraft
§ 5952 Marine Corps organizations on vessels: authority of officers
Chapter 553 - Special Assignments and Details
§ 5983 State Department: assignment of enlisted members as custodians of buildings in foreign countries
§ 5985 Nautical Schools: detail of naval officers as superintendents or instructors
§ 5986 Technical institutions: detail of naval officers to promote knowledge of naval engineering and naval architecture
Chapter 555 - Administration
§ 6011 Navy Regulations
§ 6012 Additional regulations for Marine Corps
§ 6013 Enlisted grades and ratings: authority to establish
§ 6014 Enlisted members: authority for transfer between Marine Corps and Hospital Corps of the Navy
§ 6019 Citizenship of officers of vessels
§ 6021 Aviation duties: number of personnel assigned
§ 6022 Aviation training facilities
§ 6024 Aviation designations: naval flight officer
§ 6027 Medical Department: composition
§ 6029 Dental services: responsibilities of senior dental officer
§ 6031 Chaplains: divine services
§ 6032 Indebtedness to Marine Corps Exchanges: payment from appropriated funds in certain cases
§ 6035 Female members: congressional review period for assignment to duty on submarines or for reconfiguration of submarines
§ 6036 Fatality reviews
Chapter 557 - Rations
§ 6081 Navy ration: persons entitled to
§ 6082 Rations
§ 6083 Fixing cost on certain vessels and stations
§ 6084 Enlisted members assigned to mess: basic allowance for subsistence paid to mess
§ 6085 Flight rations
§ 6086 Subsistence in hospital messes: hospital ration
§ 6087 Sale of meals by general messes
Chapter 559 - Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 6113 Loans: Supply Corps officers
Chapter 561 - Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits
§ 6141 Presentation of United States flag upon retirement
§ 6151 Higher retired grade and pay for members who serve satisfactorily under temporary appointments
§ 6152 Emergency shore duty: advance of funds
§ 6153 Shore patrol duty: payment of expenses
§ 6154 Mileage books: commutation tickets
§ 6155 Uniforms, accouterments, and equipment: sale at cost
§ 6156 Uniform: sale to former members of the naval service
§ 6160 Pension to persons serving ten years
§ 6161 Settlement of accounts: remission or cancellation of indebtedness of members
Chapter 563 - Hospitalization and Medical Care
§ 6201 Members of the naval service in other United States hospitals
§ 6202 Insane members of the naval service
§ 6203 Emergency medical treatment: reimbursement for expense
Chapter 565 - Bands
§ 6221 United States Navy Band; officer in charge
§ 6222 United States Marine Band; United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps: composition; appointment and promotion of members
Chapter 567 - Decorations and Awards
§ 6241 Medal of honor
§ 6242 Navy cross
§ 6243 Distinguished-service medal
§ 6244 Silver star medal
§ 6245 Distinguished flying cross
§ 6246 Navy and Marine Corps Medal
§ 6247 Additional awards
§ 6248 Limitations of time
§ 6249 Limitation of honorable service
§ 6250 Posthumous awards
§ 6251 Delegation of power to award
§ 6252 Regulations
§ 6253 Replacement
§ 6254 Availability of appropriations
§ 6255 Commemorative or special medals: facsimiles and ribbons
§ 6256 Medal of honor: duplicate medal
§ 6257 Medal of honor: presentation of Medal of Honor Flag
§ 6258 Korea Defense Service Medal
Chapter 569 - Discharge of Enlisted Members
§ 6292 Minors enlisted upon false statement of age
Chapter 571 - Voluntary Retirement
§ 6321 Officers: 40 years
§ 6322 Officers: 30 years
§ 6323 Officers: 20 years
§ 6324 Officers: creditable service
§ 6325 Officers: retired grade and pay
§ 6326 Enlisted members: 30 years
§ 6327 Officers and enlisted members of the Navy Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve: 30 years; 20 years; retired pay
§ 6328 Computation of years of service: voluntary retirement
§ 6329 Officers not to be retired for misconduct
§ 6330 Enlisted members: transfer to Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve; retainer pay
§ 6331 Members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve: transfer to the retired list; retired pay
§ 6332 Conclusiveness of transfers
§ 6333 Computation of retired and retainer pay
§ 6334 Higher grade after 30 years of service: warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 6335 Restoration to former grade: warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 6336 Highest grade held satisfactorily: Reserve enlisted members reduced in grade not as a result of the member’s misconduct
Chapter 573 - Involuntary Retirement, Separation, and Furlough
§ 6371 Mandatory retirement: Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy; waiver authority
§ 6383 Regular Navy and Regular Marine Corps; officers designated for limited duty: retirement for length of service or failures of selection for promotion; discharge for failures of selection for promotion; reversion to prior status; retired grade; retired pay
§ 6389 Navy Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve; officers: elimination from active status; computation of total commissioned service
§ 6404 Treatment of fractions of years of service in computing retired pay and separation pay
§ 6408 Navy and Marine Corps; warrant officers, W1: limitation on dismissal
Chapter 575 - Recall to Active Duty
§ 6483 Retired members: grade
§ 6484 Promotion of retired members to higher enlisted grades: retention of grade upon release from active duty
§ 6485 Members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve: authority to recall
§ 6486 Members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve: release from active duty
Chapter 577 - Death Benefits; Care of the Dead
§ 6522 Disposition of effects
Part III - Education and Training
Chapter 601 - Officer Procurement Programs
§ 6911 Aviation cadets: grade; procurement; transfer
§ 6912 Aviation cadets: benefits
§ 6913 Aviation cadets: appointment as reserve officers
§ 6915 Reserve student aviation pilots; reserve aviation pilots: appointments in commissioned grade
Chapter 602 - Training Generally
§ 6931 Recruit basic training: separate housing for male and female recruits
§ 6932 Recruit basic training: privacy
Chapter 603 - United States Naval Academy
§ 6951 Location
§ 6951a Superintendent
§ 6952 Civilian teachers: number; compensation
§ 6953 Midshipmen: appointment
§ 6954 Midshipmen: number
§ 6955 Midshipmen: allotment upon redistricting of Congressional Districts
§ 6956 Midshipmen: nomination and selection to fill vacancies
§ 6957 Selection of persons from foreign countries
§ 6957a Exchange program with foreign military academies
§ 6957b Foreign and cultural exchange activities
§ 6958 Midshipmen: qualifications for admission
§ 6959 Midshipmen: agreement for length of service
§ 6960 Midshipmen: clothing and equipment; uniform allowance
§ 6961 Midshipmen: dismissal for best interests of the service
§ 6962 Midshipmen: discharge for unsatisfactory conduct or inaptitude
§ 6963 Midshipmen: discharge for deficiency
§ 6964 Hazing: definition; prohibition
§ 6965 Failure to report violation: dismissal
§ 6966 Course of study
§ 6967 Degree on graduation
§ 6968 Board of Visitors
§ 6969 Band: composition
§ 6970 Permanent professors: promotion
§ 6970a Permanent professors: retirement for years of service; authority for deferral
§ 6971 Midshipmen’s store, trade shops, dairy, and laundry: nonappropriated fund instrumentality and accounts
§ 6972 Chapel: crypt and window spaces
§ 6973 Gifts, bequests, and loans of property: acceptance for benefit and use of Naval Academy
§ 6974 United States Naval Academy Museum Fund: references to Fund
§ 6975 Acceptance of guarantees with gifts for major projects
§ 6976 Operation of Naval Academy dairy farm
§ 6977 Grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes: acceptance; authorized grantees
§ 6978 Mixed-funded athletic and recreational extracurricular programs: authority to manage appropriated funds in same manner as nonappropriated funds
§ 6979 Midshipmen: charges and fees for attendance; limitation
§ 6980 Policy on sexual harassment and sexual violence
Chapter 605 - United States Naval Postgraduate School
§ 7041 Function
§ 7042 President; assistants
§ 7043 Provost and Academic Dean
§ 7044 Civilian teachers: number; compensation
§ 7045 Officers of the other armed forces; enlisted members: admission
§ 7046 Officers of foreign countries: admission
§ 7047 Students at institutions of higher education: admission
§ 7048 Degree granting authority for United States Naval Postgraduate School
§ 7049 Defense industry civilians: admission to defense product development program
§ 7050 Grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes: acceptance; authorized grantees
Chapter 607 - Retirement of Civilian Members of the Teaching Staffs of the United States Naval Academy and United States Naval Postgraduate School
§ 7081 Civilian member: definition; exceptions
§ 7082 Deferred annuity policy required
§ 7083 Annuity premium to be paid by monthly installments; government reimbursement
§ 7084 Age of retirement
§ 7085 Computation of life annuity
§ 7086 Physical disability retirement
§ 7087 Election of annuity for self and beneficiary
§ 7088 Regulations
Chapter 609 - Professional Military Education Schools
§ 7101 Degree granting authority for Naval War College
§ 7102 Degree granting authority for Marine Corps University
§ 7103 Naval War College: acceptance of grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes
§ 7104 Marine Corps University: acceptance of grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes
Part IV - General Administration
Chapter 631 - Secretary of the Navy: Miscellaneous Powers and Duties
§ 7204 Schools near naval activities: financial aid
§ 7205 Promotion of health and prevention of accidents
§ 7207 Administration of liberated and occupied areas
§ 7211 Attendance at meetings of technical, professional, or scientific organizations
§ 7212 Employment of outside architects and engineers
§ 7214 Apprehension of deserters and prisoners; operation of shore patrols
§ 7216 Collection, preservation, and display of captured flags
§ 7219 Leases of waterfront property from States or municipalities
§ 7220 Gifts for welfare of enlisted members
§ 7221 Acceptance and care of gifts to vessels
§ 7222 Naval Historical Center Fund: references to Fund
§ 7223 Acquisition of land for radio stations and for other purposes
§ 7224 Transportation on naval vessels during wartime
§ 7225 Navy Reserve flag
§ 7226 Navy Reserve yacht pennant
§ 7227 Foreign naval vessels and aircraft: supplies and services
§ 7228 Merchant vessels: supplies
§ 7229 Purchase of fuel
§ 7231 Accounting for expenditures for obtaining information
§ 7234 Submarine safety programs: participation of NATO naval personnel
Chapter 633 - Naval Vessels
§ 7291 Classification
§ 7292 Naming
§ 7293 Number in service in time of peace
§ 7294 Suspension of construction in case of treaty
§ 7295 Vessels: under-age
§ 7296 Combatant surface vessels: notice before reduction in number; preservation of surge capability
§ 7297 Changing category or type: limitations
§ 7299 Contracts: applicability of chapter 65 of title 41
§ 7299a Construction of combatant and escort vessels and assignment of vessel projects
§ 7300 Contracts for nuclear ships: sales of naval shipyard articles and services to private shipyards
§ 7303 Model Basin; investigation of hull designs
§ 7304 Examination of vessels; striking of vessels from Naval Vessel Register
§ 7305 Vessels stricken from Naval Vessel Register: sale
§ 7305a Vessels stricken from Naval Vessel Register: contracts for dismantling on net-cost basis
§ 7306 Vessels stricken from Naval Vessel Register; captured vessels: transfer by gift or otherwise
§ 7306a Vessels stricken from Naval Vessel Register: use for experimental purposes
§ 7306b Vessels stricken from Naval Vessel Register: transfer by gift or otherwise for use as artificial reefs
§ 7307 Disposals to foreign nations
§ 7308 Chief of Naval Operations: certification required for disposal of combatant vessels
§ 7309 Construction of vessels in foreign shipyards: prohibition
§ 7310 Overhaul, repair, etc. of vessels in foreign shipyards: restrictions
§ 7311 Repair or maintenance of naval vessels: handling of hazardous waste
§ 7312 Service craft stricken from Naval Vessel Register; obsolete boats: use of proceeds from exchange or sale
§ 7313 Ship overhaul work: availability of appropriations for unusual cost overruns and for changes in scope of work
§ 7314 Overhaul of naval vessels: competition between public and private shipyards
§ 7315 Preservation of Navy shipbuilding capability
§ 7316 Support for transfers of decommissioned vessels and shipboard equipment
§ 7317 Status of Government rights in the designs of vessels, boats, and craft, and components thereof
Chapter 637 - Salvage Facilities
§ 7361 Authority to provide for necessary salvage facilities
§ 7362 Acquisition and transfer of vessels and equipment
§ 7363 Settlement of claims
§ 7364 Disposition of receipts
Chapter 639 - United States Naval Observatory
§ 7395 Naval Observatory: administration
§ 7396 Naval Observatory: exchange of information with foreign offices
Chapter 641 - Naval Petroleum Reserves
§ 7420 Definitions
§ 7421 Jurisdiction and control
§ 7422 Administration
§ 7423 Periodic re-examination of production requirements
§ 7424 Protection of oil reserves; contracts for conservation
§ 7425 Acquisition by condemnation and purchase
§ 7427 Cooperative or unit plans in the naval petroleum reserves
§ 7428 Agreements and leases: provision for change
§ 7429 Re-lease of certain lands: lessee’s preferential right
§ 7430 Disposition of products
§ 7431 Requirements as to consultation and approval
§ 7432 Authorizations of appropriations
§ 7433 Disposition of royalties
§ 7435 Foreign interest
§ 7436 Regulations
§ 7437 Violations by lessee
§ 7438 Rifle, Colorado, plant; possession, use, and transfer of
§ 7439 Certain oil shale reserves: transfer of jurisdiction and petroleum exploration, development, and production
Chapter 643 - Civilian Employees
§ 7472 Physical examination: employees engaged in hazardous occupations
§ 7473 Employment of aliens
§ 7476 Administration of oaths by clerks and employees
§ 7477 Transportation of dependents and household effects of civilian personnel stationed outside the United States: payment in lieu of transportation
§ 7478 Naval War College and Marine Corps University: civilian faculty members
§ 7479 Civil service mariners of Military Sealift Command: release of drug test results to Coast Guard
§ 7480 Special agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service: authority to execute warrants and make arrests
Chapter 645 - Procurement of Supplies and Services
§ 7522 Contracts for research
§ 7523 Tolls and fares: payment or reimbursement
§ 7524 Marine mammals: use for national defense purposes
Chapter 647 - Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material
§ 7541 Obsolete and other material: gift or sale to Boy Scouts of America, Naval Sea Cadet Corps and Young Marines of the Marine Corps League
§ 7541a Uniform clothing: sale to Naval Sea Cadet Corps
§ 7541b Authority to make grants for purposes of Naval Sea Cadet Corps
§ 7542 Excess clothing: sale for distribution to needy
§ 7543 Useless ordnance material: disposition of proceeds on sale
§ 7544 Devices and trophies: transfer to other agencies
§ 7545 Obsolete material and articles of historical interest: loan or gift
§ 7546 Loan or gift of articles to ships’ sponsors and donors
§ 7547 Equipment for instruction in seamanship: loan to military schools
Chapter 649 - Quarters, Utilities, and Services
§ 7571 Quarters or other accommodations: to whom furnished
§ 7572 Quarters: accommodations in place of for members on sea duty
§ 7573 Quarters: temporary; transient members
§ 7576 Quarters: extension telephones
§ 7577 Quarters: Nurse Corps officers; assignment in hospitals
§ 7579 Officers’ messes and quarters: limitations on employment of enlisted members
§ 7580 Heat and light for Young Men’s Christian Association buildings
§ 7581 Marine Corps post laundries: disposition of receipts
§ 7582 Naval and Marine Corps Historical Centers: fee for providing historical information to the public
Chapter 651 - Ships Stores and Commissary Stores
§ 7601 Sales: members of the naval service and Coast Guard; widows and widowers; civilian employees and other persons
§ 7602 Sales: members of Army and Air Force; prices
§ 7603 Sales: veterans under treatment
§ 7604 Ships’ stores: sale of goods and services
§ 7605 Acceptance of Government checks outside the United States
§ 7606 Subsistence and other supplies: members of armed forces; veterans; executive or military departments and employees; prices
Chapter 653 - Claims
§ 7621 Definitions
§ 7622 Admiralty claims against the United States
§ 7623 Admiralty claims by the United States
Chapter 655 - Prize
§ 7651 Scope of chapter
§ 7652 Jurisdiction
§ 7653 Court in which proceedings brought
§ 7654 Effect of failure to start proceedings
§ 7655 Appointment of prize commissioners and special prize commissioners
§ 7656 Duties of United States attorney
§ 7657 Duties of commanding officer of capturing vessel
§ 7658 Duties of prize master
§ 7659 Libel and proceedings by United States attorney
§ 7660 Duties of prize commissioners
§ 7661 Interrogation of witnesses by prize commissioners
§ 7662 Duties of marshal
§ 7663 Prize property appropriated for the use of the United States
§ 7664 Delivery of property on stipulation
§ 7665 Sale of prize
§ 7666 Mode of making sale
§ 7667 Transfer of prize property to another district for sale
§ 7668 Disposition of prize money
§ 7669 Security for costs
§ 7670 Costs and expenses a charge on prize property
§ 7671 Payment of costs and expenses from prize fund
§ 7672 Recaptures: award of salvage, costs, and expenses
§ 7673 Allowance of expenses to marshals
§ 7674 Payment of witness fees
§ 7675 Commissions of auctioneers
§ 7676 Compensation of prize commissioners and special prize commissioners
§ 7677 Accounts of clerks of district courts
§ 7678 Interfering with delivery, custody, or sale of prize property
§ 7679 Powers of district court over prize property notwithstanding appeal
§ 7680 Appeals and amendments in prize causes
§ 7681 Reciprocal privileges to cobelligerent
Chapter 657 - Stay of Judicial Proceedings
§ 7721 Scope of chapter
§ 7722 Stay of suit
§ 7723 Stay of proceedings for preserving evidence after stay of suit
§ 7724 Stay of proceedings for taking evidence before suit is filed
§ 7725 Stay extended or shortened
§ 7726 Reconsideration of stay
§ 7727 Duration of stay
§ 7728 Restricted certificate
§ 7729 Investigation before issue of certificate
§ 7730 Evidence admissible when witness is not available
Chapter 659 - Naval Militia
§ 7851 Composition
§ 7852 Appointment and enlistment in reserve components
§ 7853 Release from Militia duty upon order to active duty in reserve components
§ 7854 Availability of material for Naval Militia
Chapter 661 - Accountability and Responsibility
§ 7861 Custody of departmental records and property
§ 7862 Accounts of paymasters of lost or captured naval vessels
§ 7863 Disposal of public stores by order of commanding officer
Chapter 665 - National Oceanographic Partnership Program
§ 7901 National Oceanographic Partnership Program
§ 7902 National Ocean Research Leadership Council
§ 7903 Ocean Research Advisory Panel
Chapter 667 - Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces
§ 7911 Arms, tentage, and equipment: educational institutions not maintaining units of R.O.T.C.
§ 7912 Rifles and ammunition for target practice: educational institutions having corps of midshipmen
§ 7913 Supplies: military instruction camps
Subtitle IV - General Administration
Part I - Organization
Chapter 803 - Department of the Air Force
§ 8011 Organization
§ 8012 Department of the Air Force: seal
§ 8013 Secretary of the Air Force
§ 8014 Office of the Secretary of the Air Force
§ 8015 Under Secretary of the Air Force
§ 8016 Assistant Secretaries of the Air Force
§ 8017 Secretary of the Air Force: successors to duties
§ 8018 Administrative Assistant
§ 8019 General Counsel
§ 8020 Inspector General
§ 8021 Air Force Reserve Forces Policy Committee
§ 8022 Financial management
§ 8023 Chief of Legislative Liaison
§ 8024 Director of Small Business Programs
Chapter 805 - The Air Staff
§ 8031 The Air Staff: function; composition
§ 8032 The Air Staff: general duties
§ 8033 Chief of Staff
§ 8034 Vice Chief of Staff
§ 8035 Deputy Chiefs of Staff and Assistant Chiefs of Staff
§ 8036 Surgeon General: appointment; grade
§ 8037 Judge Advocate General, Deputy Judge Advocate General: appointment; duties
§ 8038 Office of Air Force Reserve: appointment of Chief
Chapter 807 - The Air Force
§ 8061 Regulations
§ 8062 Policy; composition; aircraft authorization
§ 8067 Designation: officers to perform certain professional functions
§ 8069 Air Force nurses: Chief and assistant chief; appointment; grade
§ 8074 Commands: territorial organization
§ 8075 Regular Air Force: composition
§ 8081 Assistant Surgeon General for Dental Services
§ 8084 Officer career field for space
Part II - Personnel
Chapter 831 - Strength
§ 8210 Regular Air Force: strength in grade; general officers
Chapter 833 - Enlistments
§ 8251 Definition
§ 8252 Regular Air Force: gender-free basis for acceptance of original enlistments
§ 8257 Regular Air Force: aviation cadets; qualifications, grade, limitations
§ 8258 Regular Air Force: reenlistment after service as an officer
Chapter 835 - Appointments in the Regular Air Force
§ 8281 Commissioned officer grades
§ 8310 Warrant officers: original appointment; qualifications
Chapter 839 - Temporary Appointments
§ 8446 Retention on active duty
Chapter 841 - Active Duty
§ 8491 Non-regular officers: status
§ 8503 Retired commissioned officers: status
Chapter 843 - Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties
§ 8543 Aides: detail; number authorized
§ 8547 Duties: chaplains; assistance required of commanding officers
§ 8548 Duties: warrant officers; limitations
Chapter 845 - Rank and Command
§ 8572 Rank: commissioned officers serving under temporary appointments
§ 8575 Rank: warrant officers
§ 8579 Command: commissioned officers in certain designated categories
§ 8581 Command: chaplains
§ 8583 Requirement of exemplary conduct
Chapter 849 - Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 8639 Enlisted members: officers not to use as servants
Chapter 853 - Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits
§ 8681 Presentation of United States flag upon retirement
§ 8684 Service credit: regular enlisted members; service as an officer to be counted as enlisted service
§ 8691 Flying officer rating: qualifications
Chapter 855 - Hospitalization
§ 8723 When Secretary may require
Chapter 857 - Decorations and Awards
§ 8741 Medal of honor: award
§ 8742 Air Force cross: award
§ 8743 Distinguished-service medal: award
§ 8744 Medal of honor; Air Force cross; distinguished-service medal: limitations on award
§ 8745 Medal of honor; Air Force cross; distinguished-service medal: delegation of power to award
§ 8746 Silver star: award
§ 8747 Medal of honor; Air Force cross; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal; silver star: replacement
§ 8748 Medal of honor; Air Force cross; distinguished-service cross; distinguished-service medal; silver star: availability of appropriations
§ 8749 Distinguished flying cross: award; limitations
§ 8750 Airman’s Medal: award; limitations
§ 8751 Service medals: issue; replacement; availability of appropriations
§ 8752 Medals: posthumous award and presentation
§ 8754 Medal of honor: duplicate medal
§ 8755 Medal of honor: presentation of Medal of Honor Flag
§ 8756 Korea Defense Service Medal
Chapter 861 - Separation for Various Reasons
§ 8817 Aviation cadets: discharge
Chapter 867 - Retirement for Length of Service
§ 8911 Twenty years or more: regular or reserve commissioned officers
§ 8914 Twenty to thirty years: enlisted members
§ 8917 Thirty years or more: regular enlisted members
§ 8918 Thirty years or more: regular commissioned officers
§ 8920 More than thirty years: permanent professors and the Director of Admissions of the United States Air Force Academy
§ 8921 Mandatory retirement: Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy; waiver authority
§ 8924 Forty years or more: Air Force officers
§ 8925 Computation of years of service: voluntary retirement; enlisted members
§ 8926 Computation of years of service: voluntary retirement; regular and reserve commissioned officers
§ 8929 Computation of retired pay: law applicable
Chapter 869 - Retired Grade
§ 8961 General rule
§ 8962 Higher grade for service in special positions
§ 8963 Highest grade held satisfactorily: Reserve enlisted members reduced in grade not as a result of the member’s misconduct
§ 8964 Higher grade after 30 years of service: warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 8965 Restoration to former grade: retired warrant officers and enlisted members
§ 8966 Retired lists
Chapter 871 - Computation of Retired Pay
§ 8991 Computation of retired pay
§ 8992 Recomputation of retired pay to reflect advancement on retired list
Chapter 873 - Civilian Employees
§ 9021 Air University: civilian faculty members
§ 9025 Production of supplies and munitions: hours and pay of laborers and mechanics
§ 9027 Civilian special agents of the Office of Special Investigations: authority to execute warrants and make arrests
Part III - Training
Chapter 901 - Training Generally
§ 9301 Members of Air Force: detail as students, observers, and investigators at educational institutions, industrial plants, and hospitals
§ 9302 Enlisted members of Air Force: schools
§ 9303 Aviation cadets and aviation students: schools
§ 9304 Aviation students: detail of enlisted members of Air Force
§ 9305 Civilian flying school instructors: instruction at Air Force training commands
§ 9306 Service schools: leaves of absence for instructors
§ 9314 Degree granting authority for United States Air Force Institute of Technology
§ 9314a United States Air Force Institute of Technology: admission of defense industry civilians
§ 9315 Community College of the Air Force: associate degrees
§ 9317 Degree granting authority for Air University
§ 9319 Recruit basic training: separate housing for male and female recruits
§ 9320 Recruit basic training: privacy
Chapter 903 - United States Air Force Academy
§ 9331 Establishment; Superintendent; faculty
§ 9332 Departments and professors: titles
§ 9333 Superintendent; faculty: appointment and detail
§ 9333a Superintendent: condition for detail to position
§ 9334 Command and supervision
§ 9335 Dean of the Faculty
§ 9336 Permanent professors; director of admissions
§ 9337 Chaplain
§ 9338 Civilian faculty: number; compensation
§ 9341 Faculty and other officers: leaves of absence
§ 9341a Cadets: appointment by the President
§ 9342 Cadets: appointment; numbers, territorial distribution
§ 9343 Cadets: appointment; to bring to full strength
§ 9344 Selection of persons from foreign countries
§ 9345 Exchange program with foreign military academies
§ 9345a Foreign and cultural exchange activities
§ 9346 Cadets: requirements for admission
§ 9347 Cadets; nominees: effect of redistricting of States
§ 9348 Cadets: agreement to serve as officer
§ 9349 Cadets: organization; service; instruction
§ 9350 Cadets: clothing and equipment
§ 9351 Cadets: deficiencies in conduct or studies; effect of failure on successor
§ 9352 Cadets: hazing
§ 9353 Cadets: degree and commission on graduation
§ 9354 Buildings and grounds: buildings for religious worship
§ 9355 Board of Visitors
§ 9356 Acceptance of guarantees with gifts for major projects
§ 9357 Grants for faculty research for scientific, literary, and educational purposes: acceptance; authorized grantees
§ 9359 Mixed-funded athletic and recreational extracurricular programs: authority to manage appropriated funds in same manner as nonappropriated funds
§ 9360 Cadets: charges and fees for attendance; limitation
§ 9361 Policy on sexual harassment and sexual violence
§ 9362 Support of athletic programs
Chapter 905 - Aviation Leadership Program
§ 9381 Establishment of program
§ 9382 Supplies and clothing
§ 9383 Allowances
Chapter 907 - Schools and Camps
§ 9411 Establishment: purpose
§ 9412 Operation
§ 9413 Transportation and subsistence during travel
§ 9414 Quartermaster and ordnance property: sales
§ 9415 Inter-American Air Forces Academy
Chapter 909 - Civil Air Patrol
§ 9441 Status as federally chartered corporation; purposes
§ 9442 Status as volunteer civilian auxiliary of the Air Force
§ 9443 Activities performed as federally chartered nonprofit corporation
§ 9444 Activities performed as auxiliary of the Air Force
§ 9445 Funds appropriated for the Civil Air Patrol
§ 9446 Miscellaneous personnel authorities
§ 9447 Board of Governors
§ 9448 Regulations
Part IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Chapter 931 - Civil Reserve Air Fleet
§ 9511 Definitions
§ 9512 Contracts for the inclusion or incorporation of defense features
§ 9513 Use of military installations by Civil Reserve Air Fleet contractors
§ 9514 Indemnification of Department of Transportation for losses covered by defense-related aviation insurance
§ 9515 Charter air transportation services: minimum annual purchase amount for carriers participating in Civil Reserve Air Fleet
Chapter 933 - Procurement
§ 9532 Factories, arsenals, and depots: manufacture at
§ 9536 Equipment: bakeries, schools, kitchens, and mess halls
§ 9540 Architectural and engineering services
Chapter 935 - Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces
§ 9561 Rations
§ 9562 Clothing
§ 9563 Clothing: replacement when destroyed to prevent contagion
§ 9564 Navy and Marine Corps: camp equipment and transportation; when on shore duty with Air Force
§ 9565 Colors, standards, and guidons of demobilized organizations: disposition
Chapter 937 - Utilities and Services
§ 9591 Utilities: proceeds from overseas operations
§ 9592 Radiograms and telegrams: forwarding charges due connecting commercial facilities
§ 9593 Quarters: heat and light
§ 9594 Air Force Military History Institute: fee for providing historical information to the public
Chapter 939 - Sale of Serviceable Material
§ 9621 Subsistence and other supplies: members of armed forces; veterans; executive or military departments and employees; prices
§ 9622 Rations: commissioned officers in field
§ 9624 Medical supplies: civilian employees of the Air Force; American National Red Cross; Armed Forces Retirement Home
§ 9625 Ordnance property: officers of armed forces; civilian employees of Air Force; American National Red Cross; educational institutions; homes for veterans’ orphans
§ 9626 Aircraft supplies and services: foreign military or other state aircraft
§ 9627 Supplies: educational institutions
§ 9628 Airplane parts and accessories: civilian flying schools
§ 9629 Proceeds: disposition
Chapter 941 - Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces
§ 9651 Arms, tentage, and equipment: educational institutions not maintaining units of A.F.R.O.T.C.
§ 9652 Rifles and ammunition for target practice: educational institutions having corps of cadets
§ 9653 Ordnance and ordnance stores: District of Columbia high schools
§ 9654 Supplies: military instruction camps
§ 9655 Arms and ammunition: agencies and departments of United States
§ 9656 Aircraft and equipment: civilian aviation schools
Chapter 943 - Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material
§ 9681 Surplus war material: sale to States and foreign governments
§ 9682 Obsolete or excess material: sale to National Council of Boy Scouts of America
§ 9684 Surplus obsolete ordnance: sale to patriotic organizations
§ 9685 Obsolete ordnance: loan to educational institutions and State soldiers’ and sailors’ orphans’ homes
§ 9686 Obsolete ordnance: gift to State homes for soldiers and sailors
Chapter 945 - Disposition of Effects of Deceased Persons
§ 9712 Disposition of effects of deceased persons by summary court-martial
Chapter 947 - Transportation
Chapter 949 - Real Property
§ 9771 Acceptance of donations: land for mobilization, training, supply base, or aviation field
§ 9773 Acquisition and construction: air bases and depots
§ 9776 Emergency construction: fortifications
§ 9777 Permits: military reservations; landing ferries, erecting bridges, driving livestock
§ 9778 Licenses: military reservations; erection and use of buildings; Young Men’s Christian Association
§ 9779 Use of public property
§ 9780 Acquisition of buildings in District of Columbia
§ 9781 Disposition of real property at missile sites
§ 9782 Maintenance and repair of real property
§ 9783 Johnston Atoll: reimbursement for support provided to civil air carriers
Chapter 951 - Military Claims
§ 9801 Definition
§ 9802 Admiralty claims against the United States
§ 9803 Admiralty claims by United States
§ 9804 Salvage claims by United States
§ 9806 Settlement or compromise: final and conclusive
Chapter 953 - Accountability and Responsibility
§ 9831 Custody of departmental records and property
§ 9837 Settlement of accounts: remission or cancellation of indebtedness of members
§ 9838 Settlement of accounts: affidavit of squadron commander
§ 9839 Settlement of accounts: oaths
§ 9840 Final settlement of officer’s accounts
§ 9841 Payment of small amounts to public creditors
§ 9842 Settlement of accounts of line officers
Subtitle IV - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Part I - Organization and Administration
Chapter 1003 - Reserve Components Generally
§ 10101 Reserve components named
§ 10102 Purpose of reserve components
§ 10103 Basic policy for order into Federal service
§ 10104 Army Reserve: composition
§ 10105 Army National Guard of the United States: composition
§ 10106 Army National Guard: when a component of the Army
§ 10107 Army National Guard of the United States: status when not in Federal service
§ 10108 Navy Reserve: administration
§ 10109 Marine Corps Reserve: administration
§ 10110 Air Force Reserve: composition
§ 10111 Air National Guard of the United States: composition
§ 10112 Air National Guard: when a component of the Air Force
§ 10113 Air National Guard of the United States: status when not in Federal service
§ 10114 Coast Guard Reserve
Chapter 1005 - Elements of Reserve Components
§ 10141 Ready Reserve; Standby Reserve; Retired Reserve: placement and status of members; training categories
§ 10142 Ready Reserve
§ 10143 Ready Reserve: Selected Reserve
§ 10144 Ready Reserve: Individual Ready Reserve
§ 10145 Ready Reserve: placement in
§ 10146 Ready Reserve: transfer from
§ 10147 Ready Reserve: training requirements
§ 10148 Ready Reserve: failure to satisfactorily perform prescribed training
§ 10149 Ready Reserve: continuous screening
§ 10150 Ready Reserve: transfer back from Standby Reserve
§ 10151 Standby Reserve: composition
§ 10152 Standby Reserve: inactive status list
§ 10153 Standby Reserve: status of members
§ 10154 Retired Reserve
Chapter 1006 - Reserve Component Commands
§ 10171 United States Army Reserve Command
§ 10172 Navy Reserve Force
§ 10173 Marine Forces Reserve
§ 10174 Air Force Reserve Command
Chapter 1007 - Administration of Reserve Components
§ 10201 Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
§ 10202 Regulations
§ 10203 Reserve affairs: designation of general or flag officer of each armed force
§ 10204 Personnel records
§ 10205 Members of Ready Reserve: requirement of notification of change of status
§ 10206 Members: physical examinations
§ 10207 Mobilization forces: maintenance
§ 10208 Annual mobilization exercise
§ 10209 Regular and reserve components: discrimination prohibited
§ 10210 Dissemination of information
§ 10211 Policies and regulations: participation of Reserve officers in preparation and administration
§ 10212 Gratuitous services of officers: authority to accept
§ 10213 Reserve components: dual membership prohibited
§ 10214 Adjutants general and assistant adjutants general: reference to other officers of National Guard
§ 10215 Officers of Army National Guard of the United States and Air National Guard of the United States: authority with respect to Federal status
§ 10216 Military technicians (dual status)
§ 10217 Non-dual status technicians
§ 10218 Army and Air Force Reserve technicians: conditions for retention; mandatory retirement under civil service laws
Chapter 1009 - Reserve Forces Policy Boards and Committees
§ 10301 Reserve Forces Policy Board
§ 10302 Army Reserve Forces Policy Committee
§ 10303 Navy Reserve Policy Board
§ 10304 Marine Corps Reserve Policy Board
§ 10305 Air Force Reserve Forces Policy Committee
Chapter 1011 - National Guard Bureau
§ 10501 National Guard Bureau
§ 10502 Chief of the National Guard Bureau: appointment; adviser on National Guard matters; grade; succession
§ 10503 Functions of National Guard Bureau: charter
§ 10504 Chief of National Guard Bureau: annual report
§ 10505 Director of the Joint Staff of the National Guard Bureau
§ 10506 Other senior National Guard Bureau officers
§ 10507 National Guard Bureau: assignment of officers of regular or reserve components
§ 10508 National Guard Bureau: general provisions
Chapter 1013 - Budget Information and Annual Reports to Congress
§ 10541 National Guard and reserve component equipment: annual report to Congress
§ 10542 Army National Guard combat readiness: annual report
§ 10543 National Guard and reserve component equipment procurement and military construction funding: inclusion in future-years defense program
Part II - Personnel Generally
Chapter 1201 - Authorized Strengths and Distribution in Grade
§ 12001 Authorized strengths: reserve components
§ 12002 Authorized strengths: Army and Air Force reserve components, exclusive of members on active duty
§ 12003 Authorized strengths: commissioned officers in an active status
§ 12004 Strength in grade: reserve general and flag officers in an active status
§ 12005 Strength in grade: commissioned officers in grades below brigadier general or rear admiral (lower half) in an active status
§ 12006 Strength limitations: authority to waive in time of war or national emergency
§ 12007 Reserve officers of the Army: distribution
§ 12008 Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve: warrant officers
§ 12009 Army and Air Force reserve components: temporary increases
§ 12010 Computations for Navy Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve: rule when fraction occurs in final result
§ 12011 Authorized strengths: reserve officers on active duty or on full-time National Guard duty for administration of the reserves or the National Guard
§ 12012 Authorized strengths: senior enlisted members on active duty or on full-time National Guard duty for administration of the reserves or the National Guard
Chapter 1203 - Enlisted Members
§ 12101 Definition
§ 12102 Reserve components: qualifications
§ 12103 Reserve components: terms
§ 12104 Reserve components: transfers
§ 12105 Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve: transfer from Guard components
§ 12106 Army and Air Force Reserve: transfer to upon withdrawal as member of National Guard
§ 12107 Army National Guard of United States; Air National Guard of the United States: enlistment in
§ 12108 Enlisted members: discharge or retirement for years of service or for age
Chapter 1205 - Appointment of Reserve Officers
§ 12201 Reserve officers: qualifications for appointment
§ 12202 Commissioned officer grades
§ 12203 Commissioned officers: appointment, how made; term
§ 12204 Commissioned officers: original appointment; limitation
§ 12205 Commissioned officers: appointment; educational requirement
§ 12206 Commissioned officers: appointment of former commissioned officers
§ 12207 Commissioned officers: service credit upon original appointment
§ 12208 Officers: appointment upon transfer
§ 12209 Officer candidates: enlisted Reserves
§ 12210 Attending Physician to the Congress: reserve grade
§ 12211 Officers: Army National Guard of the United States
§ 12212 Officers: Air National Guard of the United States
§ 12213 Officers; Army Reserve: transfer from Army National Guard of the United States
§ 12214 Officers; Air Force Reserve: transfer from Air National Guard of the United States
§ 12215 Commissioned officers: reserve grade of adjutants general and assistant adjutants general
Chapter 1207 - Warrant Officers
§ 12241 Warrant officers: grades; appointment, how made; term
§ 12242 Warrant officers: promotion
§ 12243 Warrant officers: suspension of laws for promotion or mandatory retirement or separation during war or emergency
§ 12244 Warrant officers: discharge or retirement for years of service or for age
Chapter 1209 - Active Duty
§ 12301 Reserve components generally
§ 12302 Ready Reserve
§ 12303 Ready Reserve: members not assigned to, or participating satisfactorily in, units
§ 12304 Selected Reserve and certain Individual Ready Reserve members; order to active duty other than during war or national emergency
§ 12305 Authority of President to suspend certain laws relating to promotion, retirement, and separation
§ 12306 Standby Reserve
§ 12307 Retired Reserve
§ 12308 Retention after becoming qualified for retired pay
§ 12309 Reserve officers: use of in expansion of armed forces
§ 12310 Reserves: for organizing, administering, etc., reserve components
§ 12311 Active duty agreements
§ 12312 Active duty agreements: release from duty
§ 12313 Reserves: release from active duty
§ 12314 Reserves: kinds of duty
§ 12315 Reserves: duty with or without pay
§ 12316 Payment of certain Reserves while on duty
§ 12317 Reserves: theological students; limitations
§ 12318 Reserves on active duty: duties; funding
§ 12319 Ready Reserve: muster duty
§ 12320 Reserve officers: grade in which ordered to active duty
§ 12321 Reserve Officer Training Corps units: limitation on number of Reserves assigned
§ 12322 Active duty for health care
Chapter 1211 - National Guard Members in Federal Service
§ 12401 Army and Air National Guard of the United States: status
§ 12402 Army and Air National Guard of the United States: commissioned officers; duty in National Guard Bureau
§ 12403 Army and Air National Guard of the United States: members; status in which ordered into Federal service
§ 12404 Army and Air National Guard of the United States: mobilization; maintenance of organization
§ 12405 National Guard in Federal service: status
§ 12406 National Guard in Federal service: call
§ 12407 National Guard in Federal service: period of service; apportionment
§ 12408 National Guard in Federal service: physical examination
Chapter 1213 - Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties
§ 12501 Reserve components: detail of members of regular and reserve components to assist
§ 12502 Chief and assistant chief of staff of National Guard divisions and wings in Federal service: detail
§ 12503 Ready Reserve: funeral honors duty
Chapter 1214 - Ready Reserve Mobilization Income Insurance
§ 12521 Definitions
§ 12522 Establishment of insurance program
§ 12523 Risk insured
§ 12524 Enrollment and election of benefits
§ 12525 Benefit amounts
§ 12526 Premiums
§ 12527 Payment of premiums
§ 12528 Reserve Mobilization Income Insurance Fund
§ 12529 Board of Actuaries
§ 12530 Payment of benefits
§ 12531 Purchase of insurance
§ 12532 Termination for nonpayment of premiums; forfeiture
§ 12533 Termination of program
Chapter 1215 - Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 12552 Funeral honors functions at funerals for veterans
Chapter 1217 - Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits
§ 12601 Compensation: Reserve on active duty accepting from any person
§ 12602 Members of Army National Guard of United States and Air National Guard of United States: credit for service as members of National Guard
§ 12603 Attendance at inactive-duty training assemblies: commercial travel at Federal supply schedule rates
§ 12604 Billeting in Department of Defense facilities: Reserves attending inactive-duty training
§ 12605 Presentation of United States flag: members transferred from an active status or discharged after completion of eligibility for retired pay
Chapter 1219 - Standards and Procedures for Retention and Promotion
§ 12641 Standards and procedures: Secretary to prescribe
§ 12642 Standards and qualifications: result of failure to comply with
§ 12643 Boards for appointment, promotion, and certain other purposes: composition
§ 12644 Members physically not qualified for active duty: discharge or transfer to retired status
§ 12645 Commissioned officers: retention until completion of required service
§ 12646 Commissioned officers: retention of after completing 18 or more, but less than 20, years of service
§ 12647 Commissioned officers: retention in active status while assigned to Selective Service System or serving as United States property and fiscal officers
Chapter 1221 - Separation
§ 12681 Reserves: discharge authority
§ 12682 Reserves: discharge upon becoming ordained minister of religion
§ 12683 Reserve officers: limitation on involuntary separation
§ 12684 Reserves: separation for absence without authority or sentence to imprisonment
§ 12685 Reserves separated for cause: character of discharge
§ 12686 Reserves on active duty within two years of retirement eligibility: limitation on release from active duty
§ 12687 Reserves under confinement by sentence of court-martial: separation after six months confinement
Chapter 1223 - Retired Pay for Non-regular Service
§ 12731 Age and service requirements
§ 12731a Temporary special retirement qualification authority
§ 12731b Special rule for members with physical disabilities not incurred in line of duty
§ 12732 Entitlement to retired pay: computation of years of service
§ 12733 Computation of retired pay: computation of years of service
§ 12734 Time not creditable toward years of service
§ 12735 Inactive status list
§ 12736 Service credited for retired pay benefits not excluded for other benefits
§ 12737 Limitation on active duty
§ 12738 Limitations on revocation of retired pay
§ 12739 Computation of retired pay
§ 12740 Eligibility: denial upon certain punitive discharges or dismissals
§ 12741 Retirement for service in an active status performed in the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve after eligibility for regular retirement
Chapter 1225 - Retired Grade
§ 12771 Reserve officers: grade on transfer to Retired Reserve
§ 12772 Reserve commissioned officers who have served as Attending Physician to the Congress: grade on transfer to Retired Reserve
§ 12773 Limitation on accrual of increased pay or benefits
§ 12774 Retired lists
Part III - Promotion and Retention of Officers on the Reserve Active-status List
Chapter 1401 - Applicability and Reserve Active-status Lists
§ 14001 Applicability of this part
§ 14002 Reserve active-status lists: requirement for each armed force
§ 14003 Reserve active-status lists: position of officers on the list
§ 14004 Reserve active-status lists: eligibility for Reserve promotion
§ 14005 Competitive categories
§ 14006 Determination of years in grade
Chapter 1403 - Selection Boards
§ 14101 Convening of selection boards
§ 14102 Selection boards: appointment and composition
§ 14103 Oath of members
§ 14104 Nondisclosure of board proceedings
§ 14105 Notice of convening of promotion board
§ 14106 Communication with board by officers under consideration
§ 14107 Information furnished by the Secretary concerned to promotion boards
§ 14108 Recommendations by promotion boards
§ 14109 Reports of promotion boards: in general
§ 14110 Reports of promotion boards: review by Secretary
§ 14111 Reports of selection boards: transmittal to President
§ 14112 Dissemination of names of officers selected
Chapter 1405 - Promotions
§ 14301 Eligibility for consideration for promotion: general rules
§ 14302 Promotion zones
§ 14303 Eligibility for consideration for promotion: minimum years of service in grade
§ 14304 Eligibility for consideration for promotion: maximum years of service in grade
§ 14305 Establishment of promotion zones: mandatory consideration for promotion
§ 14306 Establishment of promotion zones: Navy Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve running mate system
§ 14307 Number of officers to be recommended for promotion
§ 14308 Promotions: how made
§ 14309 Acceptance of promotion; oath of office
§ 14310 Removal of officers from a list of officers recommended for promotion
§ 14311 Delay of promotion: involuntary
§ 14312 Delay of promotion: voluntary
§ 14313 Authority to vacate promotions to grade of brigadier general or rear admiral (lower half)
§ 14314 Army and Air Force commissioned officers: generals ceasing to occupy positions commensurate with grade; State adjutants general
§ 14315 Position vacancy promotions: Army and Air Force officers
§ 14316 Army National Guard and Air National Guard: appointment to and Federal recognition in a higher reserve grade after selection for promotion
§ 14317 Officers in transition to and from the active-status list or active-duty list
Chapter 1407 - Failure of Selection for Promotion and Involuntary Separation
§ 14501 Failure of selection for promotion
§ 14502 Special selection boards: correction of errors
§ 14503 Discharge of officers with less than six years of commissioned service or found not qualified for promotion to first lieutenant or lieutenant (junior grade)
§ 14504 Effect of failure of selection for promotion: reserve first lieutenants of the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and reserve lieutenants (junior grade) of the Navy
§ 14505 Effect of failure of selection for promotion: reserve captains of the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and reserve lieutenants of the Navy
§ 14506 Effect of failure of selection for promotion: reserve majors of the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and reserve lieutenant commanders of the Navy
§ 14507 Removal from the reserve active-status list for years of service: reserve lieutenant colonels and colonels of the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and reserve commanders and captains of the Navy
§ 14508 Removal from the reserve active-status list for years of service: reserve general and flag officers
§ 14509 Separation at age 62: reserve officers in grades below brigadier general or rear admiral (lower half)
§ 14510 Separation at age 62: brigadier generals and rear admirals (lower half)
§ 14511 Separation at age 64: officers in grade of major general or rear admiral and above
§ 14512 Separation at age 66: officers holding certain offices
§ 14513 Failure of selection for promotion: transfer, retirement, or discharge
§ 14514 Discharge or retirement for years of service or after selection for early removal
§ 14515 Discharge or retirement for age
§ 14516 Separation to be considered involuntary
§ 14517 Entitlement of officers discharged under this chapter to separation pay
§ 14518 Continuation of officers to complete disciplinary action
§ 14519 Deferment of retirement or separation for medical reasons
Chapter 1409 - Continuation of Officers on the Reserve Active-status List and Selective Early Removal
§ 14701 Selection of officers for continuation on the reserve active-status list
§ 14702 Retention on reserve active-status list of certain officers in the grade of major, lieutenant colonel, colonel, or brigadier general
§ 14703 Authority to retain chaplains and officers in medical specialties until specified age
§ 14704 Selective early removal from the reserve active-status list
§ 14705 Selective early retirement: reserve general and flag officers of the Navy and Marine Corps
§ 14706 Computation of total years of service
Chapter 1411 - Additional Provisions Relating to Involuntary Separation
§ 14901 Separation of chaplains for loss of professional qualifications
§ 14902 Separation for substandard performance and for certain other reasons
§ 14903 Boards of inquiry
§ 14904 Rights and procedures
§ 14905 Officer considered for removal: retirement or discharge
§ 14906 Officers eligible to serve on boards
§ 14907 Army National Guard of the United States and Air National Guard of the United States: discharge and withdrawal of Federal recognition of officers absent without leave
Part IV - Training for Reserve Components and Educational Assistance Programs
Chapter 1606 - Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve
§ 16131 Educational assistance program: establishment; amount
§ 16131a Accelerated payment of educational assistance
§ 16132 Eligibility for educational assistance
§ 16132a Authority to transfer unused education benefits to family members
§ 16133 Time limitation for use of entitlement
§ 16134 Termination of assistance
§ 16135 Failure to participate satisfactorily; penalties
§ 16136 Administration of program
§ 16137 Biennial report to Congress
Chapter 1607 - Educational Assistance for Reserve Component Members Supporting Contingency Operations and Certain Other Operations
§ 16161 Purpose
§ 16162 Educational assistance program
§ 16162a Accelerated payment of educational assistance
§ 16163 Eligibility for educational assistance
§ 16163a Authority to transfer unused education benefits to family members
§ 16164 Time limitation for use of entitlement
§ 16165 Termination of assistance
§ 16166 Administration of program
Chapter 1608 - Health Professions Stipend Program
§ 16201 Financial assistance: health-care professionals in reserve components
§ 16202 Reserve service: required active duty for training
§ 16203 Penalties and limitations
§ 16204 Regulations
Chapter 1609 - Education Loan Repayment Programs
§ 16301 Education loan repayment program: members of Selected Reserve
§ 16302 Education loan repayment program: health professions officers serving in Selected Reserve with wartime critical medical skill shortages
§ 16303 Loan repayment program: chaplains serving in the Selected Reserve
Part V - Service, Supply, and Procurement
Chapter 1803 - Facilities for Reserve Components
§ 18231 Purpose
§ 18232 Definitions
§ 18233 Acquisition
§ 18233a Notice and wait requirements for certain projects
§ 18233b Authority to carry out small projects with operation and maintenance funds
§ 18234 Location and use
§ 18235 Administration; other use permitted by Secretary
§ 18236 Contributions to States; other use permitted by States
§ 18237 Supervision of construction: compliance with State law
§ 18238 Army National Guard of United States; Air National Guard of United States: limitation on relocation of units
§ 18239 Waiver of certain restrictions
§ 18240 Acquisition of facilities by exchange
Chapter 1805 - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 18501 Reserve components: personnel and logistic support by military departments
§ 18502 Reserve components: supplies, services, and facilities