225 Laws and Orders are NOT FICTION part 2

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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


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


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:

“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.

Original Telegram Posts: 210 | 225 | 226

[ Part ONE | Part TWO | Part THREE ]

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