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Title 10 of the United States Code
United States Code
outlines the role of armed forces in the United States Code.[1] It provides the legal basis for the roles, missions and organization of each of the services as well as the United States Department of Defense. Each of the five subtitles deals with a separate aspect or component of the armed services.

Subtitle A—General Military Law, including Uniform Code of Military Justice Subtitle B—Army Subtitle C—Navy and Marine Corps Subtitle D—Air Force Subtitle E—Reserve Components

The current Title 10 was the result of an overhaul and renumbering of the former Title 10 and Title 34 into one title by an act of Congress on 10 August 1956. References[edit]

^ "United States Code". Office of the Law Revision Counsel. Retrieved November 21, 2015. 

External links[edit]

U.S. Code Title 10, via United States Government Printing Office U.S. Code Title 10, via Cornell University

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1: General Provisions 2: The Congress 3: The President 4: Flag and Seal, Seat of Government, and the States 5: Government Organization and Employees 6: Surety Bonds, Domestic Security 7: Agriculture 8: Aliens and Nationality 9: Arbitration 10: Armed Forces 11: Bankruptcy 12: Banks and Banking 13: Census 14: Coast Guard 15: Commerce and Trade 16: Conservation 17: Copyrights 18: Crimes and Criminal Procedure 19: Customs Duties 20: Education 21: Food and Drugs 22: Foreign Relations and Intercourse 23: Highways 24: Hospitals and Asylums 25: Indians 26: Internal Revenue Code 27: Intoxicating Liquors 28: Judiciary and Judicial Procedure 29: Labor 30: Mineral Lands and Mining 31: Money and Finance 32: National Guard 33: Navigable Waters 34: Navy, Crime Control and Law Enforcement 35: Patents 36: Patriotic and National Observances, Ceremonies, and Organizations 37: Pay and Allowances of the Uniformed Services 38: Veterans' Benefits 39: Postal Service 40: Public Buildings, Properties, and Public Works 41: Public Contracts 42: The Public Health and Welfare 43: Public Lands 44: Public Printing and Documents 45: Railroads 46: Shipping 47: Telecommunications 48: Territories and Insular Possessions 49: Transportation 50: War and National Defense 51: National and Commercial Space Programs 52: Voting and Elections 54: National Parks

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United States Armed Forces

Book Portal

A MC N AF CG

Category

A MC N AF CG

Navbox

A MC N AF CG

Leadership

Commander-in-chief: President of the United States Secretary of Defense Deputy Secretary of Defense Secretary of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Joint Chiefs of Staff:

Chairman Vice Chairman

United States Congress: Committees on Armed Services:

Senate House

Active duty four-star officers United States military seniority National Security Act of 1947 Goldwater–Nichols Act

Organization

Service departments

Department of Defense (Secretary): Army (Secretary) Navy (Secretary) Air Force (Secretary) Department of Homeland Security (Secretary): Coast Guard

Branches

Army (Chief of Staff) Marine Corps (Commandant) Navy (Chief of Naval Operations) Air Force (Chief of Staff) Coast Guard (Commandant)

Reserve components

Reserves:

A MC N AF CG

National Guard:

A AF

Civilian auxiliaries

Military Auxiliary Radio System Merchant Marine Civil Air Patrol Coast Guard Auxiliary

Unified Combatant Command

Northern Central European Pacific Southern Africa Special
Special
Operations Strategic Transportation

Structure

United States Code

Title 10 Title 14 Title 32 Title 50

The Pentagon Installations Units:

A MC N AF CG

Logistics Media Unit mottoes

Operations and history

Current deployments Conflicts Wars Timeline History:

A MC N AF CG

Colonial World War II Civil affairs Officers' clubs African Americans Asian Americans Buddhist Americans Jewish Americans Muslim Americans Pakistani Americans Sikh Americans Historiography:

Army Center of Military History MC History Division Naval History and Heritage Command Air Force Historical Research Agency

American official war artists:

Army Art Program AF Art Program

Personnel

Training

MEPS ASVAB Recruit training:

A MC N AF CG

Officer candidate school:

A MC N AF

Warrant:

A MC

Service academies:

A (prep) N (prep) AF (prep) CG Merchant Marine

ROTC

A:ECP MC/N AF

Medical Other education

Uniforms

Uniforms:

A MC N AF CG

Awards & decorations:

Inter-service A MC/N AF CG Foreign International Devices

Badges:

Identification A MC N AF CG

Ranks

Enlisted:

A MC N AF CG

Warrant officers Officer:

A MC N AF CG

Other

Oath:

Enlistment Office

Creeds & Codes:

Code of Conduct NCO A MC N AF CG

Service numbers:

A MC N AF CG

Military Occupational Specialty/Rating/Air Force Specialty Code Pay Uniform Code of Military Justice Judge Advocate General's Corps Military Health System/TRICARE Separation Veterans Affairs Conscription Chiefs of Chaplains:

A MC N AF CG

Equipment

A MC:

vehicles weapons other

N AF CG

Land

Individual weapons Crew-served weapons Vehicles (active)

Sea

All watercraft Ships:

A N (active) AF CG MSC

Weapons:

N CG

Reactors

Air

Aircraft

World War I active

Aircraft designation Missiles Helicopter arms

Other

Nuclear football Electronics (designations) Flags:

A MC N AF CG Ensign Jack Guidons

Food WMDs:

Nuclear Biological Chemical

Legend A = Army MC = Marine Corps N = Navy AF = Air Force CG = Coast Guard

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