USCS Armed Forces Set: Title 10

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  • Table of Contents

    SUBTITLE A—GENERAL MILITARY LAW
    PART I—ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL MILITARY POWERS

    Chapter Beginning Section

    1. Definitions

    2. Department of Defense

    3. General Powers and Functions

    4. Office of the Secretary of Defense

    5. Joint Chiefs of Staff

    6. Combatant Commands

    7. Boards, Councils, and Committees

    8. Defense Agencies and Department of Defense Field Activities

    9. Defense Budget Matters

    11. Reserve Components

    13. The Militia

    15. Insurrection

    17. Arming of American Vessels

    18. Military Support for Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies

    19. Cyber matters

    20. Humanitarian and Other Assistance

    21. Department of Defense Intelligence Matters

    22. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

    23. Miscellaneous Studies and Reports

    24. Nuclear Posture


    PART II—PERSONNEL

    31. Enlistments

    32. Officer Strength and Distribution in Grade

    33. Original Appointments of Regular Officers in Grades above Warrant Officer Grades

    33A. Appointment, Promotion, and Involuntary Separation and Retirement for Members on the Warrant Officer Active-Duty List

    34. Appointments as Reserve Officers

    35. Temporary Appointments in Officer Grades

    36. Promotion, Separation, and Involuntary Retirement of Officers on the Active-Duty List

    37. General Service Requirements

    38. Joint Officer Management

    39. Active Duty

    40. Leave

    41. Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties

    43. Rank and Command

    45. The Uniform

    47. Uniform Code of Military Justice

    47A. Military Commissions

    48. Military Correctional Facilities

    49. Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties

    50. Miscellaneous Command Responsibilities

    51. Reserve Components: Standards and Procedures for Retention and Promotion

    53. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits

    54. Commissary and Exchange Benefits

    55. Medical and Dental Care

    56. Department of Defense Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund

    57. Decorations and Awards

    58. Benefits and Services for Members Being Separated or Recently Separated

    59. Separation

    60. Separation of Regular Officers for Substandard Performance of Duty or for Certain Other Reasons

    61. Retirement or Separation for Physical Disability

    63. Retirement for Age

    65. Retirement of Warrant Officers for Length of Service

    67. Retired Pay for Non-Regular Service

    69. Retired Grade

    71. Computation of Retired Pay

    73. Annuities Based on Retired or Retainer Pay

    74. Department of Defense Military Retirement Fund

    75. Deceased Personnel

    76. Missing Persons

    77. Posthumous Commissions and Warrants

    79. Correction of Military Records

    80. Miscellaneous Investigation Requirements and Other Duties

    81. Civilian Employees

    83. Civilian Defense Intelligence Employees

    85. Procurement Management Personnel [Repealed]

    87. Defense Acquisition Workforce

    88. Military Family Programs and Military Child Care

    89. Volunteers Investing in Peace and Security [Repealed]

    PART III—TRAINING AND EDUCATION

    101. Training Generally

    102. Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

    103. Senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

    104. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

    105. Armed Forces Health Professions Financial Assistance Programs

    106. Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve

    106A. Educational Assistance for Persons Enlisting for Active Duty

    107. Professional Military Education

    108. Department of Defense Schools

    109. Educational Loan Repayment Programs

    110. Educational Assistance for Members Held as Captives and Their Dependents

    111. Support of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education

    112. Information Security Scholarship Program

    PART IV—SERVICE, SUPPLY, AND PROCUREMENT

    131. Planning and Coordination

    133. Facilities for Reserve Components

    134. Miscellaneous Administrative Provisions

    135. Space Programs

    136. Provisions Relating to Specific Programs

    137. Procurement Generally

    138. Cooperative Agreements with NATO Allies and Other Countries

    139. Research and Development

    140. Procurement of Commercial Items

    141. Miscellaneous Procurement Provisions

    142. Procurement Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement Program

    143. Production by Military Agencies

    144. Major Defense Acquisition Programs

    144A. Major Automated Information System Programs

    145. Cataloging and Standardization

    146. Contracting for Performance of Civilian Commercial or Industrial Type Functions

    147. Commissaries and Exchanges and Other Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Activities

    148. National Defense Technology and Industrial Base, Defense Reinvestment, and Defense Conversion

    149. Manufacturing Technology [Repealed]

    150. Development of Dual-Use Critical Technologies [Repealed]

    152. Issue of Supplies, Services, and Facilities

    153. Exchange of Material and Disposal of Obsolete, Surplus, or Unclaimed Property

    155. Acceptance of Gifts and Services

    157. Transportation

    159. Real Property; Related Personal Property; and Lease of Non-Excess Property

    160. Environmental Restoration

    161. Property Records and Report of Theft or Loss of Certain Property

    163. Military Claims

    165. Accountability and Responsibility

    167. Defense Mapping Agency [Repealed]

    169. Military Construction and Military Family Housing

    171. Security and Control of Supplies [Repealed]

    172. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program

    173. Energy Security

    SUBTITLE B—ARMY

    PART I—ORGANIZATION

    301. Definitions

    303. Department of the Army

    305. The Army Staff

    307. The Army

    PART II—PERSONNEL

    331. Strength

    333. Enlistments

    335. Appointments in the Regular Army

    337. Appointments as Reserve Officers [Transferred or Repealed]

    339. Temporary Appointments

    341. Active Duty

    343. Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties

    345. Rank and Command

    347. The Uniform [Repealed]

    349. Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties

    351. United States Disciplinary Barracks [Repealed]

    353. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits

    355. Hospitalization

    357. Decorations and Awards

    359. Separation from Regular Army for Substandard Performance ofDuty [Repealed]

    360. Separation from Regular Army for Moral or Professional Derelictionor in Interests of National Security [Repealed]

    361. Separation for Various Reasons [Repealed]

    363. Separation or Transfer to Retired Reserve [Repealed]

    365. Retirement for Age [Repealed]

    367. Retirement for Length of Service

    369. Retired Grade

    371. Computation of Retired Pay

    373. Civilian Employees

    375. Miscellaneous Investigation Requirements and Other Duties

    PART III—TRAINING

    401. Training Generally

    403. United States Military Academy

    405. Reserve Officers’ Training Corps [Repealed]

    407. Schools and Camps

    PART IV—SERVICE, SUPPLY, AND PROCUREMENT

    431. Industrial Mobilization, Research, and Development [Repealed]

    433. Procurement

    434. Armaments Industrial Base

    435. Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces

    437. Utilities and Services

    439. Sale of Serviceable Material

    441. Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces

    443. Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material

    445. Disposition of Effects of Deceased Persons; Captured Flags

    446. Army National Military Cemeteries

    447. Transportation

    449. Real Property

    451. Military Claims

    453. Accountability and Responsibility

    SUBTITLE C—NAVY AND MARINE CORPS

    PART I—ORGANIZATION

    501. Definitions

    503. Department of the Navy

    505. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations

    506. Headquarters, Marine Corps

    507. Composition of the Department of the Navy

    509. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations [Repealed]

    511. Office of the Chief of Naval Material [Repealed]

    513. Bureaus; Office of the Judge Advocate General

    515. Commandant of the Marine Corps; Headquarters, Marine Corps [Repealed]

    516. Naval Districts [Repealed]

    517. Fleet Commands and Other High Positions [Repealed]

    519. Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve [Repealed]

    PART II—PERSONNEL

    531. Strength of Naval Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve [Repealed]

    533. Distribution in Grade

    535. Grade and Rank of Officers

    537. Enlistments

    539. Original Appointments

    541. Running Mates for Reserve Officers [Repealed]

    543. Selection Boards [Repealed]

    544. Temporary Appointments

    545. Promotions [Repealed]

    547. Examinations for Promotion [Repealed]

    549. Reserve Promotions [Repealed]

    551. Officers in Command

    553. Special Assignments and Details

    555. Administration

    557. Rations

    559. Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties

    561. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits

    563. Hospitalization and Medical Care

    565. Bands

    567. Decorations and Awards

    569. Discharge of Enlisted Members

    571. Voluntary Retirement

    573. Involuntary Retirement, Separation, and Furlough

    575. Recall to Active Duty

    577. Death Benefits; Care of the Dead

    PART III—EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    601. Officer Procurement Programs

    602. Training Generally

    603. United States Naval Academy

    605. United States Naval Postgraduate School

    607. Retirement of Civilian Members of the Teaching Staffs of the United States Naval Academy and United States Naval Postgraduate School

    609. Professional Military Education Schools

    PART IV—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

    631. Secretary of the Navy: Miscellaneous Powers and Duties

    633. Naval Vessels

    635. Naval Aircraft [Repealed]

    637. Salvage Facilities

    639. United States Naval Observatory

    641. Naval Petroleum Reserves

    643. Civilian Employees

    645. Procurement of Supplies and Services

    647. Disposal of Obsolete or Surplus Material

    649. Quarters, Utilities, and Services

    651. Ships’ Stores and Commissary Stores

    653. Claims

    655. Prize

    657. Stay of Judicial Proceedings

    659. Naval Militia

    661. Accountability and Responsibility

    663. Names and Insignia

    665. National Oceanographic Partnership Program

    667. Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces

    669. Maritime Safety of Forces

    SUBTITLE D—AIR FORCE

    PART I—ORGANIZATION

    801. Definitions

    803. Department of the Air Force

    805. The Air Staff

    807. The Air Force

    PART II—PERSONNEL

    831. Strength

    833. Enlistments

    835. Appointments in the Regular Air Force

    837. Appointments as Reserve Officers [Transferred or Repealed]

    839. Temporary Appointments

    841. Active Duty

    843. Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties

    845. Rank and Command

    847. The Uniform [Repealed]

    849. Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties

    851. United States Disciplinary Barracks [Repealed]

    853. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits

    855. Hospitalization

    857. Decorations and Awards

    859. Separation from Regular Air Force for Substandard Performance of Duty [Repealed]

    860. Separation from Regular Air Force for Moral or Professional Dereliction or in Interests of National Security [Repealed]

    861. Separation for Various Reasons

    863. Separation or Transfer to Retired Reserve [Repealed]

    865. Retirement for Age [Repealed]

    867. Retirement for Length of Service

    869. Retired Grade

    871. Computation of Retired Pay

    873. Civilian Employees

    875. Miscellaneous Investigation Requirements and Other Duties

    PART III—TRAINING

    901. Training Generally

    903. United States Air Force Academy

    905. Aviation Leadership Program

    907. Schools and Camps

    909. Civil Air Patrol

    PART IV—SERVICE, SUPPLY, AND PROCUREMENT

    931. Civil Reserve Air Fleet

    933. Procurement

    935. Issue of Serviceable Material to Armed Forces

    937. Utilities and Services

    939. Sale of Serviceable Material

    941. Issue of Serviceable Material Other Than to Armed Forces .

    945. Disposition of Effects of Deceased Persons

    947. Transportation [Repealed]

    949. Real Property

    951. Military Claims

    953. Accountability and Responsibility

    SUBTITLE E—RESERVE COMPONENTS

    PART I—ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

    1001. Definitions

    1003. Reserve Components Generally

    1005. Elements of Reserve Components

    1006. Reserve Component Commands

    1007. Administration of Reserve Components

    1009. Reserve Forces Policy Boards and Committees

    1011. National Guard Bureau

    1013. Budget Information and Annual Reports to Congress

    PART II—PERSONNEL GENERALLY

    1201. Authorized Strengths and Distribution in Grade

    1203. Enlisted Members

    1205. Appointment of Reserve Officers

    1207. Warrant Officers

    1209. Active Duty

    1211. National Guard Members in Federal Service

    1213. Special Appointments, Assignments, Details, and Duties

    1214. Ready Reserve Mobilization Income Insurance

    1215. Miscellaneous Prohibitions and Penalties

    1217. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits

    1219. Standards and Procedures for Retention and Promotion

    1221. Separation

    1223. Retired Pay for Nonregular Service

    1225. Retired Grade

    PART III—PROMOTION AND RETENTION OF OFFICERS ON THE RESERVE
    ACTIVE-STATUS LIST

    1401. Applicability and Reserve Active-Status Lists

    1403. Selection Boards

    1405. Promotions

    1407. Failure of Selection for Promotion and Involuntary Separation

    1409. Continuation of Officers on the Reserve Active-Status List and Selective Early Removal

    1411. Additional Provisions Relating to Involuntary Separation

    PART IV—TRAINING FOR RESERVE COMPONENTS AND EDUCATIONAL

    ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

    1601. Training Generally [No Present Sections]

    1606. Educational Assistance for Members of the Selected Reserve

    1607. Educational Assistance for Reserve Component Members Supporting Contingency Operations and Certain Other Operations

    1608. Health Professions Stipend Program

    1609. Education Loan Repayment Programs

    1611. Other Educational Assistance Programs

    PART V—SERVICE, SUPPLY, AND PROCUREMENT

    1801. Issue of Serviceable Material to Reserve Components [No Present Sections]

    1803. Facilities for Reserve Components

    1805. Miscellaneous Provisions