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House Bill 2148

House Bill 2148

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB2148 (Updated April 12, 2001 2:20 PM - DI 84)

Adjutant general and national guard. Authorizes the armory board to contribute funds in support of certain authorized duties and responsibilities of the adjutant general. Enables a person who has served ten years as a commissioned officer of the United States Air Force to be appointed adjutant general. Provides that, for purposes of payment of the medical expenses of a member of the Indiana national guard who is injured in the line of duty, a disability shall not be considered temporary if it continues for more than one year. Provides that a conviction by courts-martial may be appealed to a military court of appellate review, and that the military court of appellate review shall consist of three Indiana national guard judge advocates appointed to the military court of appellate review by the adjutant general of Indiana. Changes certain provisions of the military code to make them apply to airmen as well as to soldiers.
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