North Dakota Century Code Title 37. Military

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  • Chapter 37-01. General Provisions
  • Chapter 37-02. Organization of Militia
  • Chapter 37-03. Adjutant General
  • Chapter 37-04. Commissioned Officers
  • Chapter 37-05. Property and Disbursing Officer
  • Chapter 37-07. Enlisted Personnel
  • Chapter 37-07.1. National Guard Tuition Waiver Act
  • Chapter 37-07.2. National Guard Tuition Grants
  • Chapter 37-07.3. National Guard Training Area and Facility Trust Fund
  • Chapter 37-08. National Guard Reserve
  • Chapter 37-09. Military Courts
  • Chapter 37-10. Armories
  • Chapter 37-11. Pensions and Disability Allowances
  • Chapter 37-12.1. State Defense Force
  • Chapter 37-14. Veterans' Relief and Rehabilitation
  • Chapter 37-15. Veterans' Home
  • Chapter 37-17.1. Emergency Services
  • Chapter 37-17.2. National Guard Counter-Drug Activities Compact
  • Chapter 37-17.3. State Radio Broadcasting System
  • Chapter 37-17.4. Uniform Emergency Volunteer Health Practitioners Act
  • Chapter 37-17.5. Disaster or Emergency Remediation Work
  • Chapter 37-18. Department of Veterans' Affairs
  • Chapter 37-18.1. Administrative Committee on Veterans' Affairs
  • Chapter 37-19.1. Veterans' Preferences
  • Chapter 37-26. Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm Veterans' Compensation
  • Chapter 37-27. War and Armed Conflict Veterans' Compensation
  • Chapter 37-28. Military Operations Adjusted Compensation
  • Chapter 37-29. Volunteer Emergency Responder Job Protection

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