The commander in chief may establish and prescribe regulations and forms not inconsistent
with law, or regulations governing the National Guard promulgated by the President
of the United States, as he considers proper for the use, government, and instruction
of the National Guard, and to carry into full effect the provisions of related law. The regulations and forms shall be revised as necessary, and shall be promulgated
in orders and compiled as advisable for the information of the National Guard.
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