Delaware Laws - Title 20 Military and Civil Defense
CHAPTER 7. MEDALS, DECORATIONS AND HONORS
Sec. 707. Honors for retired members of the Delaware National Guard.

Sec. 707. Honors for retired members of the Delaware National Guard. (564)(1-click HTML)

(a) Time and age retirement requirements as contained in federal law will apply to all Delaware National Guard members. (565)

(b) All members, who shall have served actively 25 years or more in the Delaware National Guard, may upon their own written request at retirement be placed upon the retired list at the next higher grade, not to exceed the maximum allowable grade in the appropriate officer or enlisted category. (566)

(c) All military members and civilian employees who shall have served actively 25 years or more in the Delaware National Guard may upon their retirement be issued a "State Seal" in recognition of long and faithful service. (567)

(73 Del. Laws, c. 263, Sec. 2.) (568)

Military and Civil Defense Military (569)

  

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