2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 19 - Defense Forces and Affairs
Chapter 9 - Wyoming National Guard
Article 2 - Duties and Powers
Section 19-9-210 - State Active Duty Without Pay.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 19-9-210 (2019)

19-9-210. State active duty without pay.

(a) Members of the Wyoming national guard may voluntarily request to be placed upon orders for state active duty, without pay, when assistance has been requested from an agency or political subdivision of this state or the federal government and such assistance has been approved by the adjutant general. Members shall receive from the requesting agency pay and allowances equal to the greater of their military pay or that of civilians employed by the requesting agency in the same or similar positions and reimbursement of uncompensated medical expenses as provided in W.S. 19-9-403(a).

(b) When serving on state active duty, without pay, members shall be deemed state employees for the purpose of being covered under the Wyoming Worker's Compensation Act and their state active duty shall be considered an extrahazardous occupation under W.S. 27-14-108.

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