Michigan Military Act (Excerpt) Act 150 Of 1967


Published: 2015

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MICHIGAN MILITARY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 150 of 1967

32.704 Assistant adjutants general; army, air; appointment, qualifications, duties, pay and allowances, tenure.

Sec. 304.

The adjutant general shall select from among the qualified federally recognized officers of the army national guard a principal assistant to be known as “assistant adjutant general for army” to supervise the training, administration and supply of the army national guard, and a principal assistant from the air national guard to be known as “assistant adjutant general for air” to supervise the training, administration and supply of the air national guard and each shall have the rank of brigadier general and receive pay and allowances equal to that of an active army or air force officer of like grade and service. Officers so appointed shall serve at the pleasure of the adjutant general.


History: 1967, Act 150, Imd. Eff. June 30, 1967

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