Officers; Air Force Reserve: transfer from Air National Guard of United States (a) Under such regulations as the Secretary of the ^ i r Force may prescribe, and with the consent of the governor or other appropriate authority of the State or Territory, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, or the District of Columbia, whichever is concerned, en officer of the Air National Guard of the United States may be transferred in grade to the Air Force Keserve. Upon transfer, he is eligible for promotion to the highest regular or reserve grade ever held by him in the Air Force, if his service has been honorable. (b) Unless discharged from his appointment as a Reserve, an officer of the Air National Guard of the United States whose Federal recognition as a member of the Air National Guard is withdrawn becomes a member of the Air Force Reserve. An officer who so becomes a member of the Air Force Reserve ceases to be a member of the Air National Guard of the United States. § 8354.
Commissioned officers; Air Force Reserve: appointment of warrant officers and enlisted members of Air National Guard of United States Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a warrant officer or enlisted member of the Air National Guard of the United States may, without affecting that status or vacating his warrant or enlisted grade in the Air National Guard, be appointed as a reserve officer of the Air Force in the grade of first lieutenant or second lieutenant. §8355.
Commissioned officers; Air Force Reserve: appointment; A. F. R. O. T. C. graduates The President alone may appoint any graduate of the junior or senior division of the A-r Force Reserve Officers' Trpiring Corps as a reserve commissioned officer for service in the Air Force Reserve, if that graduate— (1) has satisfactorily completed the courses of military training prescribed for the senior division; (2) has satisfactorily completed the further training prescribed in section 9385 of this title; (3) has participated after graduation in the practical instruction prescribed by the Secretary of the Air Force; (4) is at least 21 ye?.rs of age; and (5) agrees under written oath to serve the United States as a reserve officer for at least five years from the date of his appointment, unless he is sooner discharged. § 8356.
Commissioned officers; Air Force Reserve; aviation cadets: appointment; qualifications, grade (a) An aviation cadet who successfully completes the prescribed course of training shall be appointed in the grade of second lieutenant as a Reserve of the Air Force for service in the Air Force Reserve, and shall be promoted to the reserve grade of first lieutenant upon completing three years of active duty under section 8257(c)(1) of this title. (b) A person who completes the course of training as an aviation cadet or aviation student, and who has served in the Army or the