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248 (4) furnish medical attendance and supplies to members of the Corps, and admit them to military hospitals at the camps; (5) use members of the Kegular Army, and such property of the United States as he considers necessary, for the training of the members of the Corps at the camps; and (6) provide for the government of the camps. (b) Except in time of actual or threatened hostilities, no camp may be maintained under subsection (a)(1) for more than six weeks in any one year. (c) A member of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and any other person authorized by the Secretary to attend a camp authorized under subsection (a)(1) for students taking advanced training, is entitled, while attending that camp, to pay at the rate prescribed for enlisted members of the Army in pay grade E - 1 (under 4 months). § 4386. Supplies and uniforms (a) Under such conditions as he may prescribe, the Secretary of the Army may issue to institutions at which units of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps are maintained— (1) public animals and forage for them; (2) means of transportation, arms, ammunition, supplies, and tentage; and (3) uniforms, except that he may pay commutation at a rate fixed by him annually instead of uniforms. (b) The Secretary may authorize such expenditures as he considers necessary for the efficient maintenance of the Corps. (c) The Secretary shall require, from each institution to which property is issued under subsection (a), a bond or other indemnity m such amount as he considers adequate, but not less than $5,000, for the care and safekeeping of all property so issued except uniforms, expendable articles, and supplies expended in operation, maintenance, and instruction. The Secretary may accept a bond without surety if the institution to which the property is issued furnishes to him satisfactory evidence of its financial responsibility. § 4387. Advanced training: compensation (a) A member of the senior division of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, including a member of a Medical, Dental, Medical Service, or Veterinary unit, is eligible for advanced training, and is entitled to an allowance for subsistence at such rate, not exceeding the cost of the garrison ration of the Army, as may be fixed by the Secretary of the Army, during the remainder of his service in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, but not for more than two years, if he— (1) has completed two academic years of training in the senior division or equivalent training under subsection (b); (2) has been selected for advanced training by the head of the institution and the professor of military science and tactics; ^ (3) agrees in writing to continue in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps for the remainder of his course at the institution; (4) agrees in writing to devote five hours a week to the military training prescribed by the Secretary or, if a member of a Medical, Dental, Medical Service, or Veterinary unit, to continue in training for the remainder of the course prescribed by section 4383 of this title; and