37-04 Commissioned Officers

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CHAPTER 37-04COMMISSIONED OFFICERS37-04-01. Commissioned officers of national guard - Qualifications. Officers of thenational guard may not be commissioned as such unless they are at least nineteen years of age<br>and shall have been selected from the classes of persons having the qualifications prescribed by<br>federal law.37-04-02. Commissioned officer of national guard to be examined.Any personappointed and commissioned an officer of the national guard shall successfully pass such tests<br>as to the person's physical, moral, and professional fitness as shall be prescribed by federal law,<br>and the examination to determine the person's qualifications for a commission also shall be as<br>prescribed by federal law.37-04-03. Officers commissioned by governor - Assigning or reassigning officers.Officers must be commissioned by the governor, and each commission must designate the arm<br>or branch of service in which the officer named therein is commissioned.Officers must beassigned or reassigned to duty in the various regiments or lesser separate organizations by the<br>immediate commander thereof.37-04-04. Oath required of commissioned officers in national guard. Commissionedofficers of the national guard of this state shall take and subscribe, in substance, the following<br>oath of office:I, ______________, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of<br>the United States and the Constitution of North Dakota, against all enemies, foreign and<br>domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will obey the orders<br>of the president of the United States and of the governor of the state of North Dakota; that<br>I make this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and<br>that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office of ______________ in the<br>national guard of the state of North Dakota upon which I am about to enter, so help me<br>God.37-04-05. Bond of officer. Repealed by S.L. 1983, ch. 389, </p> <BR></DIV><!-- /.col.one --><!-- /.col.two --></DIV><!-- /.col.main --></DIV><!-- /div id = content --> <BR class=clear></DIV> <!-- /div id = livearea --> <DIV></DIV><!-- /.col.one --> <DIV></DIV><!-- /.col.main --> <DIV></DIV><!-- /#content --><BR class=clear> <DIV></DIV><!-- /#livearea --> <!-- Footer--> <DIV id=footer> <DIV class=container> <P class=copyright>Copyright &copy; 2012-2021 Laws9.Com All rights reserved. </P><!-- /.copyright --> <P class=footerlinks><A href="/contactus.html">Contact Us</A> | <A href="/aboutus.html">About Us</A> | <A href="/terms.html">Terms</A> | <A href="/privacy.html">Privacy</A></P><!-- /.footerlinks --> </DIV><!-- /.container --> </DIV><!-- /footer --> </BODY></HTML>