609 § 330. Confinement instead of fine In the National Guard not in Federal service, a court-martial may, instead of imposing a fine, sentence to confinement for not more than one day for each dollar of the authorized fine. § 331. Dismissal or dishonorable discharge In the National Guard not in Federal service, no sentence of dismissal or dishonorable discharge may be executed until it is approved by the governor of the State or Territory, Puerto Rico, or the Canal Zone, whichever is concerned, or, in the case of the National Guard of the District of Columbia, by its commanding general. § 332. Compelling attendance of accused and witnesses In the National Guard not in Federal service, the president of a court-martial or a summary court officer may— (1) issue a warrant for the arrest of any accused person who, having been served with a warrant and a copy of the charges, disobeys a written order by the convening authority to appear before the court; (2) issue subpenas duces tecum and other subpenas; (3) enforce by attachment the attendance of witnesses and the production of books and papers; and (4) sentence for refusal to be sworn or to answer, as provided in actions before civil courts. § 333. Execution of process and sentence In the National Guard not in Federal service, the processes and sentences of its courts-martial shall be executed by the civil officers prescribed by the laws of the States concerned. In a State where no provision is made for executing those processes and sentences, and in the Territories, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, and the District of Columbia, the process or sentence shall be executed by a United States marshal or deputy marshal, who shall make a return to the military officer issuing the process or the court imposing the sentence. CHAPTER 5.—TRAINING Sec. 501. 502. 503. 504. 505. 506.
Training generally. Required drills and field exercises. Participation in field exercises. National Guard schools and small arms competitions. Army and Air Force schools and field exercises. Assignment and detail of members of Regular Army or Regular Air Force for instruction of National Guard. 507. Instruction in firing; supply of ammunition.
§ 501. Training generally (a) The discipline, including training, of the Army National Guard shall conform to that of the Army. The discipline, including training, of the Air National Guard shall conform to that of the Air Force. (b) The training of the National Guard shall be conducted by the several States and Territories, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, and the District of Columbia in conformity with this title.