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81ST CONG. , lST SESS.-CH. 681 -OCT. 12 , 1949 "SEC. 4. Aviation cadets, while on active duty, shall be entitled to be paid at the rate of $105 per month, which pay shall include extra pay for flying. They shall be entitled to receive, in addition, the same allowance for subsistence as is now or may hereafter be authorized for officers of the Navy, and shall, while on active duty, be furnished quarters medical care, and hospitalization, and shall be issued uniforms, clothing, and equipment at Government expense. When traveling under orders, aviation cadets shall be entitled to re- ceive transportation and other necessary expenses incident to such travel, or cash in lieu thereof, on the same basis and at the same rates as are now or may hereafter be prescribed for enlisted personnel of the Navy." AMENDMENT OF SECTION 4 OF THE ARMY AVIATION CADET ACT (55 STAT. 240) SEC. 528. The first five sentences of section 4 of the Army Aviation Cadet Act (55 Stat. 240; 10 U. S . C . 303, 304, 304b), as amended, are hereby further amended to read as follows: "Aviation cadets, while on active duty, shall be entitled to be paid at the rate of $105 per month, which pay shall include extra pay for flying. They shall be entitled to receive, in addition, the same allow- ance for subsistence as is now or may hereafter be authorized for officers of the Army, and shall, while on active duty, be furnished quarters, medical care, and hospitalization, and shall be issued uni- forms, clothing, and equipment at Government expense. When traveling under orders, aviation cadets shall be entitled to receive transportation and other necessary expenses incident to such travel, or cash in lieu thereof, on the same basis and at the same rates as are now or may hereafter be prescribed for enlisted personnel of the Army." AMENDMENT OF THE ACT OF JUNE 30, 1941 (55 STAT. 394) SEC. 529. The Act of June 30, 1941 (55 Stat. 394; 10 U. S. C. 656, 939, 982a), as amended, is hereby amended by deleting therefrom sections 1, 2, and 3. AMENDMENT TO THE NATIONAL DEFENSE ACT SEC. 530. (a) Section 71 of the National Defense Act, as amended (32 U. S . C. 4b), is hereby amended by striking out the period at the end of the section, inserting a comma in lieu thereof, and adding the following: "and, m addition thereto, shall include any officer of the National Guard of any State, Territory, or of the District of Columbia who has been temporarily extended Federal recognition by the Sec- retary of the Army under such regulations as he may prescribe, and who shall have successfully passed the examination prescribed in sec- tion 75 of the National Defense Act, as amended, pending final determination of his eligibility for, and his appointment as, an officer of the National Guard of the United States in the grade concerned, and if and when so appointed the appointment shall be dated and shall be deemed to have been effective from the date of such recogni- tion, however such temporary extension of Federal recognition shall be granted only when such officer takes oath that during such reconi- tion he will perform all Federal duties and obligations required of him the same as though he were appointed as an officer of the National Guard of the United States in such grade, and such temporary recog- nition may be withdrawn at any time and if not sooner withdrawn or replaced by permanent recognition as an officer of the National Guard of the United States in such grade it shall automatically terminate six months after its effective date." Active duty pay and allowances. Active duty pay and allowances. 48 Stat. 157. Omoers tmporarily extended Federal reo. onUltki. 39 Stat. 202. 32U.S.C.J113. 63 STAT.] 837