5C9 years' elective or compulsory course of military training as a minimum for its physically fit male students the completion of which is a prerequisite for the graduation of any student beginning the course unless he is relieved of this obligation under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, (d) Only a person who is a citizen of the United States, who is at least 14 years of age, who is a student at an institution where a unit of the Corps is established, and whose condition shows that he is hysically able to perform military duty or that he will be so on ecoming of military age, is eligible to be a member of the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
§ 9383. Medical, dental, pharmacy, and veterinary students: admission (a) A medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary student may be a dmitted to a medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary unit of the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps for a course of training consisting of 90 hours of instruction a year for four academic years. (b) Under such conditions as the Secretary of the Air Force may prescribe, a medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary student who is a commissioned officer of a reserve component of the Air Force may be admitted to and trained in a medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary unit of the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps. § 9384. Courses of training The Secretary of the Air Force may prescribe standard courses of theoretical and practical military training for units of the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps. No unit may be established or maintained at an institution unless it provides the course of military training prescribed by the Secretary and unless its students who are taking that training devote to it an average of at least three hours a week during an academic year, except as prescribed under section 9383^ of this title. § 9385. Training camps (a) The Secretary of the Air Force may— (1) maintain camps for the further practical instruction of members of the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps; (2) transport members of the Corps to and from those camps and furnish them subsistence while traveling to and from those camps or, instead of transportation and subsistence, pay them a travel allowance of five cents a mile by the shortest usually traveled route from the places from which they are authorized to proceed to the camp and return, and pay the allowance for the return trip in advance; (3) furnish subsistence to members of the Corps while at a camp; (4) furnish medical attendance and supplies to members of the Corps, and admit them to military hospitals at those camps; (5) use members of the Regular Air Force, and such property of the United States as he considers necessary, for the training of the members of the Corps at those camps; and (6) provide for the government of those camps.