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  • 44-1 Composition of militia
    The militia of the Commonwealth of Virginia shall consist of all able-bodied citizens of this Commonwealth and all other able-bodied persons resident in this Commonwealth ...
  • 44-2 Composition of National Guard
    A. The National Guard shall consist of the regularly enlisted militia and of commissioned and warrant officers, who shall be residents of the Commonwealth of ...
  • 44-2.1 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1989, c. 414. ...
  • 44-3 Composition of naval militia
    The naval militia shall consist of the regularly enlisted militia between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, organized, armed, and equipped as hereinafter provided, ...
  • 44-4 Composition of unorganized militia
    The unorganized militia shall consist of all able-bodied persons as set out in § 44-1, except such as may be included in §§ 44-2, 44-3, ...
  • 44-5 Exemptions from militia duty
    In addition to those exempted by the laws of the United States, the following persons shall be exempt from military duty under a state call: ...
  • 44-6 Maintenance of other troops
    In time of peace the Commonwealth shall maintain only such troops as may be authorized by the President of the United States; but nothing in ...
  • 44-7 Corps entitled to retain privileges
    Any corps of artillery, cavalry, or infantry existing in this Commonwealth on the passage of the act of Congress of May 8, 1972, which by ...
  • 44-8 Governor as Commander in Chief
    The Governor shall be Commander in Chief of the armed forces of the Commonwealth, and shall have power to employ such forces to repel invasion, ...
  • 44-9 Commander in Chief to prescribe regulations
    The Commander in Chief shall have the power, and it shall be his duty, from time to time, to issue such orders and to prescribe ...
  • 44-10 Divisions of military staff
    The military staff shall be divided into (a) the personal staff of the Governor and (b) the administrative staff. The personal staff of the Governor ...
  • 44-11 Department of Military Affairs; Adjutant General
    There is hereby created the Department of Military Affairs to which is transferred all of the functions, powers and duties of the former Division of ...
  • 44-11.1 Duties of the Department of Military Affairs.
    A. The Department of Military Affairs shall support the objectives of the Governor and federal authorities by: 1. Administering and employing the Virginia Militia, as ...
  • 44-12 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 2004, c. 12. ...
  • 44-13 Powers of Adjutant General
    As head of the Department of Military Affairs, the Adjutant General shall have command of all of the militia of the Commonwealth, subject to the ...
  • 44-14 Expenditures for Department
    All payments and disbursements payable out of the appropriation to the Department of Military Affairs shall be made by the State Treasurer upon warrants of ...
  • 44-15 Reports to Secretary of Defense
    The Adjutant General shall make such returns and reports to the Secretary of Defense, or to such officers as he may designate, at such times ...
  • 44-16 Records of Adjutant General
    The Adjutant General shall keep a record of all officers and enlisted personnel, and shall also keep in his office all records and papers required ...
  • 44-17 Regulations as to reports and care of property
    The Adjutant General is empowered to make such regulations pertaining to the preparation and rendering of reports and returns and to the care and preservation ...
  • 44-18 Seal of Adjutant General
    The Adjutant General is authorized to adopt an appropriate seal for use in his office. (1930, p. 951; Michie Code 1942, § 2673(13); R. P. ...
  • 44-19 Adjutant General to have charge of military property
    The Adjutant General shall have charge and care of all state military property and all United States military property issued to the Commonwealth of Virginia, ...
  • 44-20 Deputy Adjutant General (Army and Air) and Assistant Adjutant General (Army); assistants and cleric...
    The Adjutant General shall have a Deputy Adjutant General (Air), a Deputy Adjutant General (Army) and an Assistant Adjutant General (Army) whose grades shall not ...
  • 44-21 Bonds of Adjutant General and fiscal clerks
    The Adjutant General and his fiscal clerks shall each give bond, with sufficient sureties, to be approved by the Governor, as provided by law for ...
  • 44-22 Auditing accounts of Adjutant General
    The office and accounts of the Adjutant General pertaining to the Commonwealth of Virginia shall be audited by the direction of the Governor in the ...
  • 44-23 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1984, c. 734. ...
  • 44-24 United States Property and Fiscal Officer
    The Governor shall appoint, designate or detail, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Defense, an officer of the National Guard of the Commonwealth ...
  • 44-24.1 Adjutant General may provide group health and hospitalization insurance for employees of Departmen...
    The Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia is hereby authorized and empowered to provide group health insurance and hospitalization benefits for the employees of ...
  • 44-25 Organization; composition of units
    Except as otherwise specifically provided by the laws of the United States, the organization of the National Guard, including the composition of all units thereof, ...
  • 44-26 Location of units and headquarters
    The Governor shall determine and fix the location of the units and headquarters of the National Guard within the Commonwealth. (1930, p. 953; Michie Code ...
  • 44-27 Appointment and promotion of officers
    All officers of the National Guard shall be appointed and commissioned by the Governor as follows: (1) Appointments of second lieutenants shall, when practicable, be ...
  • 44-28 Qualifications of commanding or staff officers
    No person shall be appointed a commanding or staff officer unless such person shall have had federally recognized commissioned military service, nor shall any officer ...
  • 44-29 Qualifications of National Guard officers
    The qualifications of National Guard officers shall be as prescribed in current and subsequently amended National Guard regulations. (1930, p. 953; Michie Code 1942, § ...
  • 44-30 Tests as to fitness for officers; examining board
    No person shall hereafter be appointed an officer of the National Guard unless such person first shall have successfully passed such tests as to physical, ...
  • 44-31 Relative rank of officers
    Relative rank among officers of the same grade shall be determined according to current and subsequently amended Department of Defense and National Guard regulations. (1930, ...
  • 44-32 Oath of National Guard officers
    Commissioned officers of the National Guard shall take and subscribe to the following oath of office:

      "I  ............  do solemnly swear that I will support and
     defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the
     Commonwealth of Virginia, against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I
     will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will obey the orders
     of the President of the United States and of the Governor of the Commonwealth
     of Virginia; that I make this obligation freely, without mental reservation or
     purpose of evasion, and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties
     of the office of  ............  in the National Guard of the
     United States and of the Commonwealth of Virginia, upon which I am about to
     enter; so help me God." 
    (1930, p. 954; Michie Code 1942, § 2673(22); ...
  • 44-32.1 Administration of oaths of office and enlistment
    Any duly commissioned officer or warrant officer of the Virginia National Guard or any commissioned officer of any of the armed services of the United ...
  • 44-33 Elimination and disposition of officers
    At any time the moral character, capacity, and general fitness for the service of any National Guard officer may be determined by an efficiency board ...
  • 44-34 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 393. ...
  • 44-35 Enlistments in National Guard
    Enlistments in the National Guard shall be as prescribed in existing or subsequently amended National Guard regulations. (1930, p. 954; Michie Code 1942, § 2673(25); ...
  • 44-36 Enlistment contract and oath
    Enlisted persons shall not be recognized as members of the National Guard until they shall have signed an enlistment contract and taken and subscribed to ...
  • 44-37 Discharge of enlisted persons
    An enlisted person discharged from service in the Virginia National Guard shall receive a discharge in writing. The form and classification of such discharge shall ...
  • 44-38 Membership continued in National Guard after termination of federal service
    When inducted into the active military service of the United States and thereafter discharged or separated from the armed forces, all persons so inducted and ...
  • 44-39 Uniforms, arms and equipment
    The National Guard shall, as far as practicable, be uniformed, armed, and equipped with the same type of uniform, arms, and equipment as are or ...
  • 44-40 Discipline and training
    The discipline and training of the Virginia National Guard shall conform to that of the Armed Forces of the United States, and to that end, ...
  • 44-40.1 Persons subject to the Virginia military laws
    All members of the Virginia National Guard are subject to the military laws of Virginia when under orders to be present for duty, not in ...
  • 44-40.2 Administration of oaths and taking of sworn statements by commissioned officers
    In addition to those powers set forth in § 44-40, commissioned officers in the Virginia National Guard may administer oaths and take sworn statements in ...
  • 44-41 Armory drills, inactive training, annual active duty training, etc
    Training, including inactive training, armory drills, annual active duty for training, active duty training and other exercises, shall be conducted in accordance with existing or ...
  • 44-41.1 Failure to attend annual active duty training; etc
    If any person, being an active member of the Virginia National Guard, in violation of valid orders, fails to initially report for annual active duty ...
  • 44-42 Kinds of courts-martial; how constituted and powers
    In the National Guard not in federal service, there shall be general, special, and summary courts-martial, constituted like similar courts of the army and the ...
  • 44-43 General courts-martial; sentencing
    A. General courts-martial of the National Guard, not in federal service, may be convened by orders of the Governor or the Adjutant General of Virginia. ...
  • 44-44 Special courts-martial
    A. In the National Guard, not in federal service, the commanding officer of each garrison, fort, post, camp, air base, auxiliary air base, or other ...
  • 44-45 Summary courts-martial
    A. In the National Guard, not in federal service, the commanding officer of each garrison, fort, post, camp, air base, auxiliary air base, or other ...
  • 44-46 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1977, c. 74. ...
  • 44-46.1 Military judges
    A military judge shall be a commissioned officer of the National Guard, shall be so assigned as a legal officer, shall be admitted to the ...
  • 44-47 Process and procedure
    In the National Guard, not in federal service, military judges whenever they sit on a military court, and otherwise presidents of courts-martial and summary court ...
  • 44-48 Review of judgments of courts-martial; procedure
    Judgments of general, special and summary courts-martial shall be subject to review by the Adjutant General only, except that sentences of dismissal from the service ...
  • 44-49 Where sentences executed
    All sentences to confinement imposed by any military court of this Commonwealth shall be executed in such penal institutions of the Commonwealth as may be ...
  • 44-50 How process and sentence executed
    All processes and sentences of any of the military courts of this Commonwealth shall be executed by any sheriff, deputy sheriff, sergeant, or police officer ...
  • 44-51 Certificates
    Where any sentence to fine or imprisonment shall be imposed by any military court of this Commonwealth, it shall be the duty of the military ...
  • 44-52 Dismissal or dishonorable discharge
    No sentence of dismissal from the service or dishonorable discharge, imposed by a National Guard courts-martial not in federal service, shall be executed until approved ...
  • 44-53 Collection of fines
    For the purpose of collecting any fines or penalties imposed by a court-martial, the military judge whenever one sits on such court, and otherwise the ...
  • 44-54 Disposition of fines
    All fines imposed by courts-martial or other military courts, whether collected by such courts or by the civil authorities, shall be turned over by the ...
  • 44-54.1 Compact enacted into law; terms
    The National Guard Mutual Assistance Compact is hereby enacted into law and entered into by the Commonwealth of Virginia with all other states legally joining ...
  • 44-54.2 Payment of liability of State pursuant to Article III (f) of compact
    Upon presentation of a claim therefor by an appropriate authority of a state whose national guard forces have aided this State pursuant to the compact, ...
  • 44-54.3 Members of National Guard deemed to be in state service when engaged pursuant to compact
    In accordance with Article III (h) of the compact, members of the National Guard forces of this Commonwealth shall be deemed to be in state ...
  • 44-54.4 Organization; definitions
    The Virginia State Defense Force with a targeted membership of at least 1,200 shall be organized within and subject to the control of the Department ...
  • 44-54.5 Composition of units
    The organization and composition of units and force structure shall be as prescribed by the Adjutant General. (1989, c. 414.) ...
  • 44-54.6 Members, appointment and enlistment
    The age limitations of § 44-1 to the contrary notwithstanding, the Virginia State Defense Force shall consist of: 1. Such volunteers who of their own ...
  • 44-54.7 Regulations
    Recruiting, enlistment, retention, organization, administration, equipment, facilities, training, discipline, discharge, dismissal, wearing of the uniform, appearance and standards of conduct shall be governed by regulations ...
  • 44-54.8 Administration of oaths
    All commissioned officers of the Virginia State Defense Force and such other persons or officials as the Adjutant General prescribes are hereby authorized and empowered ...
  • 44-54.9 Uniform; rank in precedence; command
    The Virginia State Defense Force shall be uniformed and shall conform to standards of dress and appearance in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Adjutant ...
  • 44-54.10 Discipline
    All members of the Virginia State Defense Force on training duty or state active duty shall be subject to military discipline. Infractions of military discipline ...
  • 44-54.11 Discharge; dismissal
    Upon expiration of the term of service for which appointed or enlisted, a member of the Virginia State Defense Force shall be entitled to a ...
  • 44-54.12 Arms, equipment and facilities
    The Virginia State Defense Force, to the extent authorized by the Governor and funded by the General Assembly, shall be equipped as needed for training ...
  • 44-55 Composition
    The naval militia of the Commonwealth shall be composed of able-bodied persons as set out in § 44-1, of such age as may be lawful ...
  • 44-56 Organization
    The organization of the naval militia shall be such as is prescribed for the naval reserve, and the regulations of the United States naval reserve ...
  • 44-57 Arms and equipment
    The arms and equipment of the naval militia shall be those prescribed for the naval reserve. (1930, p. 959; Michie Code 1942, § 2673(45).) ...
  • 44-58 Precedence of officers
    Officers of the naval militia, who are members of the naval reserve, shall take precedence among themselves in accordance with their seniority in the naval ...
  • 44-59 Membership in other naval or military organizations
    No officer or enlisted person of the naval militia shall be a member of any other naval or military organization except the naval reserve of ...
  • 44-60 Who to command
    The naval forces shall not be considered as attached to any division or brigade of the land forces of the Commonwealth, but shall be under ...
  • 44-61 Discipline
    The naval militia shall be subject to the system of discipline prescribed for the United States navy and marine corps, and the naval militia officer ...
  • 44-62 Members of naval reserve
    Officers and enlisted personnel of the naval militia shall be required, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Navy, to be appointed or enlisted ...
  • 44-63 When relieved from service or duty
    Officers and enlisted personnel of the naval militia who are members of the naval reserve shall stand relieved from all service or duty in the ...
  • 44-64 Oath of officers and enlisted persons
    Every officer and enlisted person, before he enters upon his duties, shall take and subscribe before any officer authorized to administer oaths or before any ...
  • 44-65 United States naval laws, customs and regulations
    In the interpretation of state laws governing the naval militia, the United States laws concerning the United States navy shall be followed as far as ...
  • 44-66 Courts of inquiry
    Courts of inquiry in the naval militia shall be instituted, constituted, and conducted in the same manner, and shall have like powers and duties, as ...
  • 44-67 Kinds of courts-martial
    Courts-martial in the naval militia shall consist of general courts-martial, summary courts-martial and deck courts. General courts-martial shall consist of not less than three nor ...
  • 44-68 Jurisdiction and procedure
    The courts-martial and deck courts herein provided for shall be constituted and have cognizance of the same subjects and possess like powers, except as to ...
  • 44-69 Powers of punishment
    General courts-martial shall have power to impose fines not exceeding $200, to sentence to forfeiture of pay and allowances, to a reprimand, to dismissal or ...
  • 44-70 Warrants, process and commitments; contempt
    Presidents of general courts-martial, senior members of summary courts-martial, and deck court officers of the naval militia shall have the power to issue warrants to ...
  • 44-71 How processes and sentences executed
    All processes, warrants and sentences of the courts named in the preceding section (§ 44-70) shall be executed by any sheriff or deputy sheriff, or ...
  • 44-72 Confinement in lieu of fines
    All courts-martial of the naval militia, including deck courts, shall have the power to sentence to confinement in lieu of fines authorized to be imposed, ...
  • 44-73 Dismissal or dishonorable discharge
    No sentence of dismissal or dishonorable discharge from the naval militia shall, except when the naval militia shall have been called into the service of ...
  • 44-74 Disposition of fines
    All fines imposed by courts-martial shall be disposed of by the Adjutant General in accordance with the provisions of law governing the collection of fines ...
  • 44-75 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1988, c. 352. ...
  • 44-75.1 Militia state active duty
    A. The Governor or his designee may call forth the militia or any part thereof to state active duty for service in any of the ...
  • 44-75.1:1 Compact enacted into law; terms
    The National Guard Mutual Assistance Counterdrug Activities Compact is hereby enacted into law and entered into by the Commonwealth of Virginia with all other states ...
  • 44-75.2 Militia training duty
    Subject to the direction and orders of the Governor, the Adjutant General shall provide for the training and administration of the National Guard and the ...
  • 44-76 Transportation, equipment and support of militia
    Whenever the Governor shall call forth the militia, whether by virtue of the Constitution or of § 44-75.1, he shall issue such orders and take ...
  • 44-77 Orders to officers and appointment of rendezvous
    Such orders shall be sent to such officers and in such manner as the Governor may deem expedient, with a notification of the place of ...
  • 44-78 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1988, c. 352. ...
  • 44-78.1 Request for assistance by localities
    In the event of the circumstances described in subdivision A 2, 4 or 5 of § 44-75.1 arise within a county, city or town of ...
  • 44-79 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1988, c. 352. ...
  • 44-80 Order in which classes of militia called into service
    The National Guard, the Virginia State Defense Force, the naval militia and the unorganized militia or any part thereof may be ordered into service by ...
  • 44-81 Length of service when called out
    The National Guard, the Virginia State Defense Force, the naval militia or the unorganized militia, when called into service by the Governor, shall serve for ...
  • 44-82 How troops paid while in service; transportation to be furnished; movement of troops and supplies n...
    All officers and enlisted personnel of the National Guard or naval militia, whenever called out in aid of the civil authorities, shall receive the compensation ...
  • 44-83 Pay and allowance of officers and enlisted persons
    When called into active state duty, not in the service of the United States, officers of the National Guard shall receive the same pay and ...
  • 44-84 Regulations enforced on actual service
    Whenever any portion of the militia shall be called into service to execute the law, suppress riot or insurrection, or to repel invasion, the military ...
  • 44-85 Regulations and penalties
    Whenever any part of the unorganized militia is ordered out, it shall be governed by the same rules and regulations and be subject to the ...
  • 44-86 When ordered out for service
    The commander in chief may at any time, in order to execute the law, suppress riots or insurrections, or repel invasion, or aid in any ...
  • 44-87 Manner of ordering out for service
    The Governor shall, when ordering out the unorganized militia, designate the number to be so called. He may order them out either by calling for ...
  • 44-88 Incorporation into the Virginia State Defense Force
    Whenever the Governor orders out the unorganized militia or any part thereof, it shall be incorporated into the Virginia State Defense Force until relieved from ...
  • 44-89 Draft of unorganized militia
    If the unorganized militia is ordered out by draft, the Governor shall designate the persons in each county and city to make the draft, and ...
  • 44-90 Punishment for failure to appear
    Every member of the militia ordered out for duty, or who shall volunteer or be drafted, who does not appear at the time and place ...
  • 44-91 , 44-92
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 393. ...
  • 44-93 Leaves of absence for employees of Commonwealth or political subdivisions
    A. All officers and employees of the Commonwealth or of any political subdivision of the Commonwealth who are former members of the armed services or ...
  • 44-93.1 Supplement of military pay and additional life insurance benefits for employees of Commonwealth or ...
    A. In addition to the paid military leave provisions of § 44-93, the Commonwealth or any political subdivision of the Commonwealth may supplement the military ...
  • 44-93.2 Leaves of absence from nongovernmental employment
    A member of the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force or naval militia called to state active duty or military duty pursuant to Title ...
  • 44-93.3 Reemployment rights
    Upon honorable release from state active duty or military duty pursuant to Title 32 of the United States Code, a member of the Virginia National ...
  • 44-93.4 Discrimination against persons who serve in the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense For...
    A. A member of the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force or naval militia who performs, has performed, applies to perform, or has an ...
  • 44-93.5 Penalties for denial
    If any employer fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of §§ 44-93, 44-93.2, 44-93.3 and 44-93.4, the circuit court having jurisdiction over the ...
  • 44-94 Exemption from jury duty
    The active officers and members of the National Guard and naval militia shall be exempt from serving on juries in civil and criminal cases upon ...
  • 44-95 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 393. ...
  • 44-96 Military property exempt from levy and sale
    The uniforms, arms and equipment required by law or regulations, of every commissioned and warrant officer and every enlisted person of the Virginia National Guard, ...
  • 44-97 Exemption from arrest
    No person belonging to the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force or the naval militia shall be arrested on any process issued by or ...
  • 44-97.1 Continuance or time for filing pleading, etc., where party or attorney is on active duty in United ...
    Any party to or attorney in an action or proceeding in any court, including the Supreme Court of Virginia, commission, or other tribunal having judicial ...
  • 44-98 Interference with employment of members of Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force o...
    A person, who either by himself, or with another, deprives a member of the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force or naval militia of ...
  • 44-99 Organizations may own property; suits
    Companies or other organizations of the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force and naval militia shall have the right to own and keep real ...
  • 44-100 No action allowed on account of military duties; counsel for members sued or prosecuted
    No action or proceeding shall be prosecuted or maintained against a member of a military court, or officer or person acting under its authority or ...
  • 44-101 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 544. ...
  • 44-102 Commission not to vacate civil office
    Any citizen of this Commonwealth may accept and hold a commission in the Virginia National Guard and receive pay therefrom or a commission in the ...
  • 44-102.1 Rights, benefits and protections upon call to active duty
    Any right, benefit, or protection that may accrue to a member of the Virginia National Guard under the Federal Soldier's and Sailor's Civil Relief Act ...
  • 44-102.2 Virginia Military Family Relief Fund established
    A. There is hereby created in the state treasury a special nonreverting fund to be known as the Virginia Military Family Relief Fund (the Fund). ...
  • 44-103 Deposit in armories or headquarters for safekeeping
    All arms, equipment and ordnance stores, which shall be furnished to the several commands under the provisions of this chapter, shall be deposited in the ...
  • 44-104 Care required and liability of officers
    All commissioned officers of the Virginia National Guard, Virginia State Defense Force and naval militia shall exercise the strictest care and vigilance for the preservation ...
  • 44-105 Description unavailable
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 393. ...
  • 44-106 Upon disbandment of organization, or call into active federal service, commanding officer to retur...
    Upon the disbandment of any organization, or call into active federal service of such organization, which has received arms, supplies or equipment from the Adjutant ...
  • 44-107 Use for private purposes forbidden
    No officer or enlisted person shall use, except upon military duty any article of military property belonging to the United States or to the Commonwealth. ...
  • 44-108 Officers and enlisted persons personally liable for military property
    Every officer and enlisted person to whom any article of military property is delivered in pursuance of the provisions of this chapter shall be held ...
  • 44-109 Punishment for injuries to military property
    Whoever shall willfully or maliciously destroy, injure, or deface any arms or articles of military property belonging to the United States or to the Commonwealth, ...
  • 44-110 Punishment for sale, etc., of military property
    Whoever shall secrete, sell, dispose of, offer for sale, or in any manner pawn or pledge, or receive in pawn or pledge, or buy any ...
  • 44-111 Replacement of lost or damaged property
    Whenever any military property issued to the militia of the Commonwealth shall have been lost, damaged, or destroyed, and upon report of a disinterested survey ...
  • 44-112 Requisition for federal funds
    The Governor or such other state officer as may be authorized by law, shall make requisition upon the Secretary of Defense, through the National Guard ...
  • 44-113 County, city and town appropriations
    Counties, cities and towns may appropriate such sums of money and real and personal property as they may deem proper to the various organizations of ...
  • 44-114 Allowances made to organizations from state appropriations
    For the necessary expenses of the maintenance of the National Guard and the naval militia, to include the providing of one flag of the Commonwealth ...
  • 44-114.1 Orders transmitted to and through the Governor
    All orders from the federal government or any of its officers, agencies or departments to the state militia of Virginia, including the National Guard, the ...
  • 44-114.2 Governor to be notified of receipt of order; no action taken until his instructions complied wit...
    If the Adjutant General of Virginia, or during his absence, any of his assistants, or anyone else in the Department of Military Affairs of the ...
  • 44-114.3 Orders void if transmitted to militia before Governor notified
    If the Adjutant General or anyone else in the Department of Military Affairs should receive such a message of the kind referred to in § ...
  • 44-114.4 Governor not prevented from drafting into state military service
    Nothing in this article shall prevent the Governor from drafting all citizens into the state military service if he may so desire in accordance with ...
  • 44-115 Custom and usage of United States army, air force and navy; applicability of { 44-40 and Article ...
    All matters relating to the organization, discipline and government of the Virginia National Guard, not otherwise provided for by law or by regulations, shall be ...
  • 44-116 Printing or purchase and distribution of military laws and Uniform Code of Military Justic...
    The Governor shall cause to be printed or purchased and distributed, whenever he may think it necessary, so many copies of the military laws of ...
  • 44-117 Officers of Virginia Military Institute, the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership at Mary Bald...
    The officers of the Virginia Military Institute, the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership at Mary Baldwin College, the Fishburne Military School, the Massanutten Military Academy, ...
  • 44-117.1 , 44-118
    Repealed by Acts 1958, c. 393. ...
  • 44-119 Retired list of officers, warrant officers and enlisted persons
    There shall be a retired list of officers, warrant officers and enlisted persons of the Virginia National Guard. The following persons, upon their written applications ...
  • 44-120 Protection of the uniform
    It shall be unlawful for any person, not an officer, warrant officer or enlisted person in the armed forces of the United States, to wear ...
  • 44-120.1 Manufacture of Virginia military medals and decorations in United States
    Virginia military medals and decorations shall be made in the United States. Existing stocks of Virginia military medals and decorations which are of foreign origin ...
  • 44-121 Statute relating to transportation of troops not repealed
    Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed as intended to repeal § 56-385, relating to transportation of troops in times of peril. (1930, p. ...
  • 44-122 Citation of chapter
    This chapter may be cited as the "Military Laws of Virginia." (1930, p. 973; Michie Code 1942, § 2673(107).) ...

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