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CHAPTER 9 THE ADJUTANT GENERAL Sec. 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. 902. General powers and duties of Adjutant General. 903. Providing subsistence, supplies, equipment and expenses. 904. Payment of emergency expenses. 905. Approving appointment of Federal personnel. 906. Delegating responsibility for requisitioning Federal supplies. 907. Augmenting department headquarters staff. 908. Expenditures in connection with distinguished guests. Enactment. Chapter 9 was added August 1, 1975, P.L.233, No.92, effective January 1, 1976. § 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. (a) Appointment.--The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant General with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Adjutant General may appoint a Deputy Adjutant General for Army and a Deputy Adjutant General for Air, and such other Deputy Adjutants General and Assistant Adjutants General as in his discretion are needed for the efficient functioning of the department. The positions of Assistant Adjutant General, Army, and Assistant Adjutant General, Air, in the grades of brigadier general or major general, shall be authorized. Deputy Adjutants General and such additional Assistant Adjutants General as may be required may also have at least the rank of brigadier general in the Pennsylvania National Guard or Pennsylvania Guard after appointment. (b) Qualifications.--No Adjutant General, Deputy Adjutant General or Assistant Adjutant General shall be appointed who shall not have served at least ten years as a commissioned officer in the Pennsylvania National Guard, or any of the armed forces of the United States or their reserve components; the aforesaid service may be cumulative. (Dec. 4, 1996, P.L.849, No.139, eff. imd.) 1996 Amendment. Act 139 amended subsec. (a). Section 2 of Act 139 provided that Act 139 shall apply to all pay periods beginning after the effective date of Act 139.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-9 > 901

CHAPTER 9 THE ADJUTANT GENERAL Sec. 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. 902. General powers and duties of Adjutant General. 903. Providing subsistence, supplies, equipment and expenses. 904. Payment of emergency expenses. 905. Approving appointment of Federal personnel. 906. Delegating responsibility for requisitioning Federal supplies. 907. Augmenting department headquarters staff. 908. Expenditures in connection with distinguished guests. Enactment. Chapter 9 was added August 1, 1975, P.L.233, No.92, effective January 1, 1976. § 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. (a) Appointment.--The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant General with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Adjutant General may appoint a Deputy Adjutant General for Army and a Deputy Adjutant General for Air, and such other Deputy Adjutants General and Assistant Adjutants General as in his discretion are needed for the efficient functioning of the department. The positions of Assistant Adjutant General, Army, and Assistant Adjutant General, Air, in the grades of brigadier general or major general, shall be authorized. Deputy Adjutants General and such additional Assistant Adjutants General as may be required may also have at least the rank of brigadier general in the Pennsylvania National Guard or Pennsylvania Guard after appointment. (b) Qualifications.--No Adjutant General, Deputy Adjutant General or Assistant Adjutant General shall be appointed who shall not have served at least ten years as a commissioned officer in the Pennsylvania National Guard, or any of the armed forces of the United States or their reserve components; the aforesaid service may be cumulative. (Dec. 4, 1996, P.L.849, No.139, eff. imd.) 1996 Amendment. Act 139 amended subsec. (a). Section 2 of Act 139 provided that Act 139 shall apply to all pay periods beginning after the effective date of Act 139.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-9 > 901

CHAPTER 9 THE ADJUTANT GENERAL Sec. 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. 902. General powers and duties of Adjutant General. 903. Providing subsistence, supplies, equipment and expenses. 904. Payment of emergency expenses. 905. Approving appointment of Federal personnel. 906. Delegating responsibility for requisitioning Federal supplies. 907. Augmenting department headquarters staff. 908. Expenditures in connection with distinguished guests. Enactment. Chapter 9 was added August 1, 1975, P.L.233, No.92, effective January 1, 1976. § 901. Appointment of Adjutant General, deputies and assistants. (a) Appointment.--The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant General with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Adjutant General may appoint a Deputy Adjutant General for Army and a Deputy Adjutant General for Air, and such other Deputy Adjutants General and Assistant Adjutants General as in his discretion are needed for the efficient functioning of the department. The positions of Assistant Adjutant General, Army, and Assistant Adjutant General, Air, in the grades of brigadier general or major general, shall be authorized. Deputy Adjutants General and such additional Assistant Adjutants General as may be required may also have at least the rank of brigadier general in the Pennsylvania National Guard or Pennsylvania Guard after appointment. (b) Qualifications.--No Adjutant General, Deputy Adjutant General or Assistant Adjutant General shall be appointed who shall not have served at least ten years as a commissioned officer in the Pennsylvania National Guard, or any of the armed forces of the United States or their reserve components; the aforesaid service may be cumulative. (Dec. 4, 1996, P.L.849, No.139, eff. imd.) 1996 Amendment. Act 139 amended subsec. (a). Section 2 of Act 139 provided that Act 139 shall apply to all pay periods beginning after the effective date of Act 139.

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