(d) While he is in flight training, a student aviation pilot shall have uniforms and equipment issued to him at Government expense. (e) Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, a student aviation pilot of the Naval Keserve or the Marine Corps Reserve may be designated an aviation pilot upon successfully completing flight training. (f) While on active duty, an aviation pilot of the Naval Reserve or the Marine Corps Reserve is entitled to the pay of an enlisted member in pay grade E-5 or that of his grade, whichever is greater. (g) In time of peace, an aviation pilot who is obligated under suDsection (b^ to serve on active duty for a period of two years may serve, with his consent, for an additional period of not more than two years. (h) An aviation pilot of the Naval Reserve or the Marine Corps Reserve may be released from active duty or discharged at any time by any administrative authority prescribed by the Secretary. (i) An aviation pilot of the Naval Reserve or the Marine Corps Reserve may, if qualified under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, be appointed an ensign in the Naval Reserve or a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps Reserve, as appropriate. CHAPTER 603.—UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY Sec.
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Location. Civilian teachers: number; compensation. Midshipmen: appointment. Midshipmen: number. Midshipmen: allotment upon redistricting of Congressional Districts. Midshipmen: nomination and selection to fill vacancies. Admission of foreigners for instruction: restrictions; conditions. Midshipmen: qualifications for admission. Midshipmen: agreement for length of service. Midshipmen: clothing and equipment; uniform allowance. Midshipmen: dismissal for best interests of the service. Midshipmen: discharge for unsatisfactory conduct or inaptitude. Midshipmen: discharge for deficiency. Hazing: definition; prohibition. Failure to report violation; dismissal. Course of study. Degree on graduation. Board of Visitors. Band: composition. Storekeeper: detail; returns; inspection of accounts. Midshipmen's store, laundry, barber shop, cobbler shop, tailor shop, and dairy: disposition of funds. 6972. Chapel: crypt and window spaces. 6973. Gifts and bequests: acceptance for benefit of Naval Academy. 6974. Gifts and bequests: acceptance for benefit of museum.
§ 6951. Location The United States Naval Academy shall be located at Annapolis, Maryland. § 6952. Civilian teachers: number; compensation (a) The Secretary of the Navy may employ as many civilians as professors, instructors, and lecturers at the Naval Academy as he considers necessary. (b) The compensation of persons employed under this section is lis prescribed by the Secretary.