558 CHAPTER 873.—CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES Sec.
9021. 9022. 9023. 9025.
Appointment: professional and scientific services. Contract surgeons. Service club and library services. Production of supplies and munitions: hours and pay of laborers and mechanics.
§ 9021. Appointment: professional and scientific services (a) The Secretary of the Air Force may establish within the Department of the Air Force not more than 13 positions to carry out research and development relating to the national defense, military medicine, and other activities of the Department of Defense that require the services of specially qualified scientific or professional personnel. (b) Subject to the Civil Service Commission's approval as to rates, the Secretary may fix the compensation for positions established under subsection (a). However, the compensation may not be less than $10,000 or more than $15,000 a year. (c) Positions established under subsection (a) are in the classified civil service of the United States. However, if the Civil Service Commission or a person designated by it approves a proposed appointee's qualifications, no competitive examination may be required. § 9022. Contract surgeons (a) I n an emergency the Secretary of the Air Force may employ as many contract surgeons as may be necessary. (b) When a contract surgeon is in charge of an Air Force hospital, he has the same authority as a medical officer. § 9023. Service club and library services Without regard to civil-service rules and regulations, the Secretary of the Air Force may employ in the service club and library services those civilians whose salaries are paid from appropriations. § 9025. Production of supplies and munitions: hours and pay of laborers and mechanics During a national emergency declared by the President, the regular working hours of laborers and mechanics of the Department of the Air Force producing military supplies or munitions are 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week. However, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Air Force these hours may be exceeded. Each laborer or mechanic who works more than 40 hours in a workweek shall be paid at a rate not less than one and one-half times the regular hourly rate for each hour in excess of 40.
PART III. TRAINING CHAP.
901. 903. 905. 907. 909.
Training Generally United States Air Force Academy Air Reserve OfBcers' Training Corps Schools attd Camps Civil Air Patrol
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