2006 New York Code - Laws: Military : (1 - 24) The Militia Of The StateArticle 1 - THE MILITIA OF THE STATE
1 - Definitions.
2 - Militia of the state; division and composition.
3 - Commander-in-chief; regulations; registration.
4 - Equality of treatment and opportunity.
5 - Militia call by the United States.
6 - Ordering organized militia into active state service.
6-A - Organizations and volunteers from the unorganized militia.
7 - Draft of unorganized militia.
8 - Punishment for failure to appear.
9 - Power of governor to declare martial rule.
10 - Military staff of the governor.
11 - Adjutant general.
12 - Deputy adjutant general.
13 - The chief of staff of the state.
13-A - Assistant adjutant general for air.
13-B - Deputy commander of the New York army national guard.
13-C - Assistant adjutant general for army.
14 - Staff of the adjutant general.
15 - The attorney general.
16 - Audit of military accounts.
17 - Purchase of military property.
18 - Issue of military property.
19 - Employees of the division of military and naval affairs.
19-A - Family liaison officer.
20 - State reserve list.
21 - State retired list.
22 - Service without the state.
22-A - Compacts for military aid.
23 - Application of this chapter to service without the state.
24 - Bureau of war records; completion and preservation of the records and relics; free inspection of the same and quarters in the capitol.
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