2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 19 - Defense Forces and Affairs
Chapter 9 - Wyoming National Guard
Article 2 - Duties and Powers
Section 19-9-209 - Service in State; Active Duty Status Outside of State; Costs to State.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 19-9-209 (2019)

19-9-209. Service in state; active duty status outside of state; costs to state.

(a) The governor, upon the written request of the governor of any other state, may order any member or unit of the national guard into state active duty for the benefit of another state, for periods of time not to exceed ninety (90) days.

(b) Members ordered into state active duty pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall:

(i) Receive the same pay and allowances as though their service is within this state; and

(ii) Repealed by Laws 2006, Chapter 59, § 2.

(iii) Remain subject to recall by the governor of this state.

(c) All privileges and immunities from liability, exemptions from law, ordinances and rules and all pension, disability relief and workers compensation benefits that apply when performing functions within the territorial limits of the state apply to the same extent while engaged in the performance of any functions and duties extraterritorially.

(d) Except for assistance provided in accordance with the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, the service of members to the requesting state shall be at no cost to the state of Wyoming and all expenses incurred by the state of Wyoming shall be the responsibility of the requesting state. For assistance provided in accordance with the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, the allocation of expenses incurred by the state shall be determined by the governor of this state and the legal representatives of other party states as provided in W.S. 19-13-410 of that compact.

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