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Within the funds appropriated to the Military Department, the Adjutant General may grant an annual allowance to commanding officers of military units of the National Guard or organized militia for office and clerical services, printing, postage, stationery and office equipment. Such annual allowances shall be based on an evaluation of the needs of each such officer as determined by the Adjutant General. For purposes of determining the maximum appropriation for such allowances, the following amounts shall be used: The commanding general of a division, four thousand five hundred dollars; the commanding general of the Air National Guard, four thousand five hundred dollars; commanding officers of brigades, regiments and groups, two thousand five hundred dollars; separate battalions or squadron commanders, one thousand dollars; each battery, troop and company commander, five hundred dollars, and each detachment commander, five hundred dollars. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4d-5 relating to the provision and maintenance of necessary telephone and telegraph service for the several state agencies, all of the foregoing payments, including the costs of telephone and telegraph service, shall be paid by the Adjutant General on properly certified vouchers. Headquarters and units of the naval militia shall be similarly paid an amount equal to that provided above for corresponding headquarters and units of the National Guard or organized militia.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Connecticut General Statutes Title 27. Armed Forces and Veterans § 27-62. Allowance to officers of military units for office and clerical expenses - last updated June 28, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ct/title-27-armed-forces-and-veterans/ct-gen-st-sect-27-62/
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