State Department: assignment of enlisted members a s custodians of buildings in foreign countries Upon^the request of the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Navy may assign enlisted members of the naval service to serve as custodians under the supervision of the principal officer at any embassy, legation, or consulate. §5984.
Military institutions and colleges: details as superintendents and instructors
(a) Upon the application of any established college or university, or military institute, seminary, or academy in the United States or its Territories that gives instruction and drill in military tactics and has the capacity to educate at the same time at least 160 male students, the President may detail— (1) an officer of the Navy as superintendent or professor; and (2) with their consent, retired officers and petty officers of the Navy as instructors in military drill and tactics. (b) The number of officers detailed at any one time as superintendents or professors under subsection (a) may not exceed 10. As many retired officers and petty officers may be detailed as instructors under subsection (a) as the President considers necessary. (c) Details under this section shall be made, first, to State institutions required to provide instruction in military tactics under section 304 of title 7, and then, as practicable, according to population. § 5985. Nautical Schools: detail of naval officers as superintend* ents or instructors The President may detail officers of the Navy as superintendents or instructors of institutions receiving benefits under the Act of March 4, 1911, ch. 265, 36 Stat. 1353, as amended, when in his opinion it can be done without detriment to the naval service. Officers so detailed shall be recalled from an institution if it is discontinued or if the good of the naval service requires. § 5986. Technical institutions: detail of naval officers to promote knowledge of naval engineering and naval architecture (a) To promote a knowledge of naval engineering and naval architecture, the President, upon the application of any established scientific school or college in the United States, the Territories, Commonwealths, or possessions, may detail a qualified officer of the Navy as a professor in that school or college. The number of officers detailed under this section may not exceed 25 at any one time. (b) The President may prescribe regulations for detailing such officers and may recall them when the public interest requires. § 5987. American National Red Cross: detail of officers in the Medical Corps The Secretary of the Navy may detail one or more officers in the Medical Corps of the Navy for duty with the Services to the Armed Forces Division of the American National Red Cross.