533 § 8636. Enlisted members: pay and allowances not to accrue during suspended sentence of dishonorable discharge Pay and allowances do not accrue to an enlisted member of the Air Force who is in confinement under sentence of dishonorable discharge, while the execution of the sentence to discharge is suspended. § 8637. Enlisted members: forfeiture of right to pension by deserters An enlisted member of the Air Force who deserts forfeits all rights to a pension that he might have otherwise acquired. § 8638. Enlisted members: required to make up time lost An enlisted member of the Air Force who— (1) deserts; (2) is absent from his organization, station, or duty for-more than one day without authority; (3) is confined for more than one day while awaiting trial and disposition of his case, and whose conviction has become final; (4) is confined for more than one day under a sentence that has become final; or (6) is unable for more than one day to perform his duties because of intemperate use of drugs or alcoholic liquor, or because of disease or injury resulting from his misconduct; is liable, after his return to full duty, to serve for a period that, when added to the period that he served before his absence from duty, amounts to the term of his enlistment. §8639. Enlisted members: officers not to use as servants No officer of the Air Force may use an enlisted member of the Air Force as a servant. CHAPTER 851.—UNITED STATES DISCIPLINARY BARRACKS Sec. 8662. Training of prisoners. 8663. Parole; remission of sentence; restoration to duty.
§ 8662. Training of prisoners The Secretary of the Air Force— (1) shall provide for the military training of offenders (A) who have been sent to the United States Disciplinary Barracks for confinement, (B) who were at the time of their offenses members of the Air Force, and (C) whose record and conduct indicate that, upon completing a course of military training, they may be worthy of honorable restoration to duty or of being permitted to reenlist; (2) may provide for the organization of offenders selected for military training under clause (1) into disciplinary units; and (3) may provide for equipping those disciplinary units. §8663. Parole; remission of sentence; restoration to duty (a) The Secretary of the Air Force may provide a system of paroie for offenders who are confined in the United States Disciplinary Barracks, and who were at the time of their offenses—