TITLES & CODES - (U.S.C.)

TITLE 10 The role of Armed Forces in the United States Code

Title 10: the role of armed forces

Title 10 of the United States Code

Outlines the role of armed forces in the United States Code. It provides the legal basis for the roles, missions and organization of each of the services as well as the United States Department of Defense. Each of the five subtitles deals with a separate aspect or component of the armed services.

  • Subtitle A—General Military Law, including Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • Subtitle B—Army
  • Subtitle C—Navy and Marine Corps
  • Subtitle D—Air Force and Space Force
  • Subtitle E—Reserve Components

The current Title 10 was the result of an overhaul and renumbering of the former Title 10 and Title 34 into one title by an act of Congress on August 10, 1956.

Title 32 outlines the related but different legal basis for the roles, missions and organization of the United States National Guard in the United States Code.

More Detail Here

National Guard Fact Sheet Army National Guard

(FY2005) {posted on 3 May 2006}

Excerpt:

The Army National Guard (ARNG) is one of the seven reserve components of the United States armed forces. It is also the organized militia of 54 separate entities: the 50 states, the territories of Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Administered by the National Guard Bureau (a joint bureau of the departments of the Army and Air Force), the ARNG has both a federal and state mission. The dual mission, a provision of the U.S. Constitution and the U.S. Code of laws, results in each Soldier holding membership in both the National Guard of his or her state and in the U.S. Army or the U.S. Air Force. Full Paper View Here

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle A - General Military Law

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle A – General Military Law
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

Subtitle A—General Military Law

https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleA.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E—Reserve Components

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

Subtitle E—Reserve Components

10 US Code: Reserve Componentshttps://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleE.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E—Reserve Components/PART II—PERSONNEL GENERALLY/Ch. 1209: ACTIVE DUTY

10 USC Ch. 1209: ACTIVE DUTY

From Title 10—ARMED FORCES Subtitle E—Reserve Components PART II—PERSONNEL GENERALLY

10 US Code 1209: Active Duty

https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?path=/prelim@title10/subtitleE/part2/chapter1209&edition=prelim

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/Sec. 12301 - Reserve components generally

Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1209 – ACTIVE DUTY
Sec. 12301 – Reserve components generally

10 US Code 12301:https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/10/12301

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12401 - Army and Air National Guard of the United States: status

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12401 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: status
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

10 US Code 12401:https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleE-partII-chap1211-sec12401.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12402 - Army and Air National Guard of the United States: commissioned officers; duty in National Guard Bureau

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12402 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: commissioned officers; duty in National Guard Bureau
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

§12402. Army and Air National Guard of the United States: commissioned officers; duty in National Guard Bureau

10 US Code 12402: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleE-partII-chap1211-sec12402.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12404 - Army and Air National Guard of the United States: mobilization; maintenance of organization

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12404 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: mobilization; maintenance of organization
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

§12404. Army and Air National Guard of the United States: mobilization; maintenance of organization

10 US Code 12404:https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleE-partII-chap1211-sec12404.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12405 - National Guard in Federal service: status

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12405 – National Guard in Federal service: status
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

§12405. National Guard in Federal service: status

10 US Code 12405:

https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCODE-2011-title10/html/USCODE-2011-title10-subtitleE-partII-chap1211-sec12405.htm

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12406 - National Guard in Federal service: call

10 U.S.C. 12406 – National Guard in Federal service: call Read Here

Contained Within: Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12406 – National Guard in Federal service: call

Laws In Effect As Of Date: January 3, 2012

10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E - Reserve Components/PART II - PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 - NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12407 - National Guard in Federal service: period of service; apportionment

10 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2011 Edition
Title 10 – ARMED FORCES
Subtitle E – Reserve Components
PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY
CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE
Sec. 12407 – National Guard in Federal service: period of service; apportionment
From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov

HTML READ HERE

TITLE 32 — NATIONAL GUARD

TITLE 47—TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Parts 0 to 19

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    • Chapter I Federal Communications Commission
    • Chapter II Office of Science and Technology Policy and National Security Council
    • Chapter III National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Department of Commerce
    • Chapter IV National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Department of Commerce, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation
    • Chapter V The First Responder Network Authority

    TITLE 47 US Code 606 Telecommunications - War powers of President

    TITLE 47—TELECOMMUNICATIONS

    War powers of President Gov.info.gov] PDF VIEW HERE

    CONSTITUTION - USA

    Articles II of the CONSTITUTION

    Article II Executive Branch
    US Constitution Article II read here

    • President’s Role.
    • The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. 

    Articles IV of the CONSTITUTION

    Article IV Relationships Between the States
    US Constitution Article IV read here

    EXECUTIVE ORDERS

    Executive Order 12148

    Executive Order 12148 – Federal emergency management

    Source: The provisions of Executive Order 12148 of July 20, 1979, appear at 44 FR 43239, 3 CFR, 1979 Comp., p. 412, unless otherwise noted.

    https://www.archives.gov/federal-register/codification/executive-order/12148.html

    Executive Order 13912

    45th President of the United States: 2017 ‐ 2021
    Executive Order 13912—National Emergency Authority To Order the Selected Reserve and Certain Members of the Individual Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty

    NOTE: This Executive order was published in the Federal Register on April 1.

    By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.), and in furtherance of Proclamation 9994 of March 13, 2020 (Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID–19) Outbreak), which declared a national emergency by reason of the threat that the novel (new) coronavirus known as SARS–CoV–2 poses to our Nation’s healthcare systems, I hereby order as follows: READ FULL TEXT HERE

    RELATED:

    DCPD-202000199: VIEW HERE

    32 FR 13912: VIEW HERE

    DCPD-202000199

    DCPD-202000199 – Executive Order 13912-National Emergency Authority To Order the Selected Reserve and Certain Members of the Individual Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty

    Subjects:
    Armed Forces, U.S : Reserve and Individual Ready Reserve members, order to Active Duty
    Armed Forces, U.S : Servicemembers :: Deployment

    HTML FULL TEXT HERE

    32 FR 13912

    The 1936-1994 official print volumes of the Federal Register have been digitalized and are available online in PDF format. We found the following published on October 6, 1967.

    Executive Order 13919

    Executive Order 13919 – Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty

    45th President of the United States: 2017 ‐ 2021

    Executive Order 13919—Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty

    NOTE: This Executive order was published in the Federal Register on May 4.

    By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 12304 of title 10, United States Code, and having determined that it is necessary to augment the regular Armed Forces of the United States for a named operational mission, specifically the “Enhanced Department of Defense Counternarcotic Operation in the Western Hemisphere,” I hereby order as follows: READ FULL TEXT

    RELATED:

    DCPD-202000314 EO DJT READ HERE

    Federal Register EO 13919 READ HERE

    DCPD-202000314 EO DJT

    DCPD-202000314 view govinfo.gov
    – Executive Order 13919-Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty
    PDF Copy: Download Here | TXT Copy: Download Here | ZIP File: Download here

    Category: Budget and Presidential Materials
    Collection: Compilation of Presidential Documents
    Publisher: Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration
    Event Date: April 30, 2020
    President: Donald J. Trump
    Document Categories: Executive Orders : Armed Forces Selected Reserve, order to Active Duty
    Subjects: Armed Forces, U.S : Servicemembers :: Deployment
    Notes: This Executive order was published in the Federal Register on May 4.

    Federal Register EO 13919

    FR Doc. Number: 2020-09645

    FED REG: EO 13919: Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty

    Signed: 04/30/2020
    Published: 05/04/2020
    FR Citation:85 FR 26591
    FR Doc. Number: 2020-09645
    PDF 2 pages
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    LAWS & ACTS

    National Emergencies Act

    National Emergencies Act [50 U.S.C. 1601, 1621, 1622] DOWNLOAD PDF COPY HERE

    A national emergency is a situation in which a government is empowered to perform actions not normally permitted. The 1976 National Emergencies Act implemented various legal requirements regarding emergencies declared by the President of the United States

    50 USC Ch. 34: NATIONAL EMERGENCIES: FULL TEXT HERE
    From Title 50—WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE

    Stafford Act

    The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act is a 1988 United States federal law designed to bring an orderly and systematic means of federal natural disaster assistance for state and local governments in carrying out their responsibilities to aid citizens.

    FEMA Stafford Act Homepage |
    FEMA Download Copy PDF

    Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, PL 100-707, signed into law November 23, 1988; amended the Disaster Relief Act of 1974, PL 93-288. This Act constitutes the statutory authority for most Federal disaster response activities especially as they pertain to FEMA and FEMA programs.

    DOWNLOAD as Amended FEMA P-592 vol. 1, May 2021 HERE

    Presidential Emergencies Act

    National Emergencies Act [50 U.S.C. 1601, 1621, 1622]

    Gov Copy Download PDF

    MILITARY ARTICLES

    What's the Difference Between Title 10 and Title 32 Mobilization Orders?

    Editorial: Original Source Read | 27 Jan 2022 | Military.com | By Jim Absher

    National Guard members being mobilized for active service may find that their orders mention Title 10 or Title 32 of the United States Code (U.S.C.), but what exactly does that mean and what is the difference?

    To the average soldier, there is no difference — so long as their orders are for more than 30 days.

    When mobilized (or activated) under Title 10 U.S.C., you are directed by the president to report for active duty in an official capacity. You are being activated for federal active-duty military service. When in federal service, Guard personnel typically participate in military operations and are entitled to the same pay, benefits and legal protections as active military members.

    Activation under Title 32 U.S.C. means that your state’s governor has been authorized or directed by the president to mobilize or activate the National Guard in your state. You perform on active duty under state control, but with pay and benefits provided by the federal government.

    If your Title 32 orders are for more than 30 days, you may be entitled to some of the same federal benefits as someone activated under Title 10 orders.

    Mobilization orders may come with different duties. Title 10 service can include overseas mobilizations; Title 32 does not. Normally, Title 32 orders are for natural disasters, while Title 10 orders are for national defense. However, this isn’t always the case.

    Guard members may also be ordered to active duty solely by command of their state’s governor. This is known as “State Active Duty” or “State Call Up” and generally is in response to state-level disasters. When ordered to State Active Duty or Title 32 orders, Guard members may be granted the ability to act in a law enforcement capacity; this is prohibited when they are activated under Title 10 unless authorized by Congress.

    When activated in this manner, Guard members are state employees, not federal employees, and their pay and benefits are determined by state law. They are not eligible for federal benefits.

    Orders of 30 days or less still give Guard members basic pay and allowances, as well as travel pay to and from their duty station. They also receive BAH, but at a rate that does not vary by location, commonly known as BAH Type II, If they are activated for more than 30 days, the BAH will be paid based on their permanent duty station location, which is generally more. Tricare Reserve Select and the Tricare Dental program are also available to Guard members and their families for a monthly premium. And all service will give them retirement credit.

    National Guard

    National Guard (United States) WIKIPEDIA: READ HERE

    Air National Guard

    Air National Guard WIKIPEDIA READ HERE

    Understanding the Guard's Status

    NGAUS FACT SHEET: Understanding the Guard’s Status

    DOWNLOAD PDF COPY

    The President is the Boss

    Editorial: Your Benefits: Title 10 vs. Title 32 vs. the State

    By: Shane Ostrom

    READ HERE

    Serving in the Guard means you serve two bosses: the governor and the president.

    202 Only the President can Federalize Nat Guard to Active Duty

    Post 202 | Published: 22/09/25

    It’s right front of everyone… Only the President can Federalize the National Guard to Active Duty… DJ Published: 22/09/25


    The National Guard have been Federalized 👉🏻every single day👈🏻 since January 6 & 17, 2021, with no less than 300 aircraft in the skies all out of their home states and U.S.

    Who was your President those dates? 😎🇺🇸 #Boooooom


    Editorial/Video: “Hundreds of Ohio National Guard members deploy from Dayton”
    Publisher: 2 News wdtn.com

    READ/WATCH HERE

    Plus – Photo Album go to DJ Telegram Posting: 202 to view

    210 Laws and Orders are NOT FICTION part 1

    Original Telegram Posts:

    • 210 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part ONE ]
    • 225 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part TWO ]
    • 226 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part THREE ]

    According; some new trolls, Laws and Orders are “Fiction”. DJ Published 2022 SEP 26

    Imagine that…

    I wonder how these families feel about the Military Law that’s activating these National Guard to ACTIVE DUTY which is called Federalizing… which ONLY the President can do

    Where’s the words “President, Biden, and President Biden” in these articles from two days ago?

    Ohhhhhh that’s right, under Articles II & Article IV of the CONSTITUTION outline the Presidents role and duty… And because of those, President Trump extended his power as President when:

    Executive Order 13919,

    TITLE 10—ARMED FORCES Original Source view Download Copy: Original Source PDF
    A. General Military Law
    B. Army
    C. Navy and Marine Corps
    D. Air Force and Space Force
    E. Reserve Components

    TITLE 32 — NATIONAL GUARD Original Source view | Download Copy: Original Source PDF
    Chap. 1. Organization
    Chap. 3. Personnel
    Chap. 5. Training
    Chap. 7 Service, Supply, and Procurement
    Chap. 9. Homeland Defense Activities

    Stafford Act FEMA

    Presidential Emergencies Act


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    225 Laws and Orders are NOT FICTION part 2

    Original Telegram Posts:

    • 210 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part ONE ]
    • 225 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part TWO ]
    • 226 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part THREE ]

    Title 10 – The role of Armed Forces in the United States Code READ HERE

    10 U.S.C. 12406 – National Guard in Federal service: call READ HERE

    Army National Guard Federal and State Missions

    Federal

    During peacetime each state National Guard answers to leadership in the 50 states, three territories and the District of Columbia. During national emergencies, however, the President reserves the right to mobilize the National Guard, putting them in federal duty status.

    While federalized, the units answer to the Combatant Commander of the theatre in which they are operating and, ultimately, to the President.

    Even when not federalized, the Army National Guard has a federal obligation (or mission.) That mission is to maintain properly trained and equipped units, available for prompt mobilization for war, national emergency, or as otherwise needed.

    The Army National Guard is a partner with the Active Army and the Army Reserves in fulfilling the country’s military needs. ORIGINAL SOURCE

    State

    The Army National Guard exists in all 50 states, three territories and the District of Columbia. The state, territory or district leadership are the Commanders in Chief for each Guard. Their Adjutants General are answerable to them for the training and readiness of the units.

    At the state level, the governors reserve the ability, under the Constitution of the United States, to call up members of the National Guard in time of domestic emergencies or need.

    The Army National Guard’s state mission is perhaps the most visible and well known. Nearly everyone has seen or heard of Guard units responding to battle fires or helping communities deal with floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, snowstorms or other emergency situations. In times of civil unrest, the citizens of a state can rest assured that the Guard will be ready to respond, if needed. ORIGINAL SOURCE

    Who can give the Command to Federalize the National Guard to Active Duty?

    The President is the ONLY person who can give the Command to Federalize the National Guard to Active Duty. So, if that means I’m “boasting” about my knowledge, yet you demonstrate your lack of it, that means:

    Educate yourself: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Guard_(United_States)#Federal_duty

    “It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.” – Mark Twain

    My (Derek Johnson) posts inform people on Military Sectors plus Government covering:

    Uniform Code of Military Justice

    Military Foundation

    United States Foundation

    Revolutionary War History

    Law of War Manual

    Military Tribunals Manual

    The Constitution

    The Declaration of Independence

    Bill of Rights now known as the Amendments

    United States Codes

    Military Regulations

    Branch Regulations

    United States Flags

    Military Ceremonies and Symbolizations

    United States Ceremonies and Symbolizations

    Courts System

    Congressional System

    Saying comments like those have zero base, foundation, or substance… ANYONE can say those. “Ice cream is cold.” “Hockey is played on ice.” “Corn grows in dirt.”

    Captain Obvious. “Some of those are trainers.” Because clearly Military Aircraft never train. You’re only showing your low capacity brain space when saying such things.

    Less than 1% of 335 million United States population serve in the Military, and 3% are Veterans…

    So, if we use your level of thinking above, here’s what you’re saying: You’re saying that every one of those percentages who didn’t walk in your boots, do what you did, see what you saw, and did not serve the amount of time you did in service, their brain is incapable of knowing any of those topics above which are all open sources via dot Gov and dot Mil sites and Congressional Archives.


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    226 Laws and Orders are NOT FICTION part 3

    Original Telegram Posts:

    • 210 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part ONE ]
    • 225 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part TWO ]
    • 226 | Published: 22/09/26 [ Part THREE ]

    REGARDS TO THE REMARK in 225: Captain Obvious. “Some of those are trainers.” Because clearly Military Aircraft never train.

    Derek Johnson Takes Captain Obvious for a walk to the Wood Shed

    POINT: Two, you’re also saying those who did not serve in the Military and not a Veteran are incapable of researching, reading, thinking, processing, & comprehending… cannot and does not know anything of those information sources above.

    You’re also misleading people, which are why you are trolls and bots… you’re paid to do so, or you’re just completely incapable of handling massive loads of information in which people like me can and are trusted to handle, which are why you look like fools having to show your ignorance in the comment boxes hoping to pull a few on the fence over to a place where you have ZERO platform to your small friends list.

    You also exemplify the BS scums and parasites of the Earth that President Trump has to deal with in Press Conferences and Courts, while he should be focused on his role, duty, and the American people, but that’s just it… you’re nothing but evil scums, worms, and parasites, but we have something for you. Making your foolish comments, only reveals yourself to those who need to know you’re not trustworthy. #TheArtOfWar

    President Trump declared 3 National Emergencies in 2018 and 2020, that Congress failed to address which is a violation of Federal Law via the Constitution, which is why 35,000 plus National Guard members went to D.C. and placed fences around the capitol building which is actually 47 US Code 606, titled War Powers of the President that specifically says, “can shut down the use of Government Facilities.”

    47 US Code 606: READ HERE

    National Guard out of their States and U.S. means they were Federalized, plain and simple. Not to mention, BUT to mention, they’re called NATIONAL guard for a reason 😂 When they are Federalized… they bump up to ACTIVE Duty. Sheesh.

    Are you smarter than a 3rd grader? #MakeReadingGreatAgain 

    All 50 states of the National Guard have been activated since January 2021.

    Plus, and first, Articles II & IV of the Constitution outline the President’s duties, and with Congress not doing their job which was a National Security Breach not addressing 3 National Emergencies declared by the President, via Executive Orders 13848, 13919, Title 10, 47 US Code 606, the Stafford Act, the Presidential Emergencies Act, a PEAD (for COG) on Nov 3, 2020, all extended President Trumps powers as President in January 2021. Same as FDR serving 13 years as President due to many of the same powers as President.

    If you don’t know the ORIGIN of the Operation… your comments such as those above are limited, baseless and bland with zero foundation. In layman’s terms, you’re grasping for straws.

    Many comments such as those blowhards prove “all wind, no sail.”

    Also, for those of you out there who aren’t Veterans, you’re perfectly capable of understanding Laws, Orders, Regulations, Codes, Symbols, Operations, because they’re public information which are why we are a Nation of Laws and Orders and Systems.

    There’s a blueprint and you must read and research; everything is open to the public, via Laws and Orders. I cannot make you read. But by God, if I could… ☠️🇺🇸


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    227 General Blueprint how Donald J Trump is legally and Constitutionally still President

    Post 227 | Published: 22/09/27

    Friendly reminder… Read the Documents on all access sites. These are the general Blueprint on how @real_DonaldJTrump is legally and Constitutionally President via:

    Articles of the Constitution, 47 US Code 606 – War Powers of the President, Title 10, Title 32, Stafford Act, Presidential Emergencies Act, & the Low of War Manual pages 754 to 838.

    thedocuments.info

    241 Only the President can Federalize Nat Guard to Active Duty “HERE’S THE LAW THAT CLEARLY STATES SO

    Post: 241 | Published: 22/09/29

    The ONLY person who can Federalize National Guard to Active Duty is the President. #READEmAndWeep

    National Guard: READ HERE
    Air National Guard: READ HERE
    Understanding the Guard’s Status: READ HERE
    The President is the Boss: READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E—Reserve Components/PART II—PERSONNEL GENERALLY/Ch. 1209: ACTIVE DUTY READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/Sec. 12301 – Reserve components generally READ HERE

    10 US Codes: READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle A – General Military Law READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E—Reserve Components READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12401 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: status READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12402 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: commissioned officers; duty in National Guard Bureau READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12404 – Army and Air National Guard of the United States: mobilization; maintenance of organization READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12405 – National Guard in Federal service: status READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12406 – National Guard in Federal service: call READ HERE

    10 US Code: ARMED FORCES/Subtitle E – Reserve Components/PART II – PERSONNEL GENERALLY/CHAPTER 1211 – NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS IN FEDERAL SERVICE/Sec. 12407 – National Guard in Federal service: period of service; apportionment. READ HERE

    TITLE 47 US Code 606 Telecommunications – War powers of President READ HERE

    268 All National Guard out of their state equal Federalized

    Post 268 Published 22/10/03

    SEE RELATED POST 276

    All National Guard out of their state equal = Federalized.

    The ONLY person who can Federalize the National Guard to Active Duty is the 👉🏻PRESIDENT👈🏻

    All 50 states were activated at once January 17th, 2021… never done before in US History…

    And it’s all in writing even though writing isn’t necessary 😎

    Funny how ”Biden” has never once mentioned the Space Force… and in August, the Army transferred ALL communications to the Space Force under 👉🏻ONE COMMAND👈🏻

    Editorial: Army transfers satellite communications mission to USSF: All military SATCOM under one service for first time.

    by Capt. Anna-Marie Wyant, Space Operations Command / Published August 15, 2022

    HTML SOURCE: READ HERE

    Being a Veteran doesn’t make you know Military Laws and Orders… Reading the right things does ☠️🇺🇸 #1776Nation Plus – Photo Album go to 268 to view

    276 Covert Operation with a Blueprint that has, to be pieced like a puzzle

    Post 276 Published: 22/10/03

    It’s a Covert Operation whit a finite Blueprint that has to be pieced like a puzzle… once it clicks, it’s BRILLIANT ☠️😎🇺🇸


    SEE RELATED: 268 All National Guard out of their state equal Federalized

    Editorial: Army transfers satellite communications mission to USSF: All military SATCOM under one service for first time.


    Being a Veteran doesn’t make you know Military Laws and Orders…

    Reading the right things does #1776Nation

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    307 All National Guard and Air National Guard out of their states “equals” Federalized

    Post 307 Published: 22/10/10

    All National Guard and Air National Guard out of their states…

    = Federalized

    The ONLY person who can Federalize the NG, ANG, and Reserve Components, is the PRESIDENT.

    The only visual evidence of this was January 2021… “Biden” hasn’t Federalized a good bowel movement much less the Armed Forces ☠️

    TITLE 10 – The role of Armed Forces in the United States Code. READ HERE

    10 US Code: Ch. 1209
    ARMED FORCES/
    Subtitle E—Reserve Components/
    PART II—PERSONNEL GENERALLY/
    Ch. 1209: ACTIVE DUTY READ HERE

    Executive Order 12148 – Federal emergency management READ HERE

    Executive Order 13912 – National Emergency Authority To Order the Selected Reserve and Certain Members of the Individual Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty READ HERE

    Executive Order 13919 – Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty READ HERE

    TITLE 47 US Code 606 – Telecommunications – War powers of President READ HERE

    Stafford Act – Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93-288, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq READ HERE

    National Emergencies Act READ HERE


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