or by non-judicial punishment by a commanding officer or when he is otherwise in a non-pay status. §686. Reports to Congress The Secretary of each military department shall report to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives, not later than January 30 of each year— (1) the estimated requirements of the armed forces under the jurisdiction of his department in members on active duty during the next fiscal year; (2) the estimated number of commissioned officers in each grade on active duty and to be promoted during the next fiscal year; and (3) an analysis of the distribution by grade of commissioned officers on active duty at that time. CHAPTER 41.—SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS, ASSIGNMENTS, DETAILS, AND DUTIES Sec. 711. Senior members of MilitaiT Staff Committee of United Nations: appointment. 712. Foreign governments: detail to assist. 713. State Department: assignment or detail as couriers and building inspectors. 714. Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United States by members of Army and Air Force. 715. Reserve components: detail of members of regular and reserve components to assist.
§71L Senior members of Military Staff Committee of United Nations: appointment The President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, may appoint an officer of the Army, an officer of the Navy or the Marine Corps, and an officer of the Air Force, as senior members of the Military Staff Committee of the United Nations. An officer so appointed has the grade of lieutenant general or vice admiral, as the case may be, while serving under that appointment. § 712. Foreign governments: detail to assist (a) Upon the application of the country concerned, the President, whenever he considers it in the public interest, may detail members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps to assist in military matters— (1) any republic in North America, Central America, or South America; (2) the Republic of Cuba, Haiti, or Santo Domingo; and (3) during a war or a declared national emergency, any other country that he considers it advisable to assist in the interest of national defense. (b) Subject to the prior approval of the Secretary of the military department concerned, and in addition to receiving his pay and allowances as a member of the armed forces^ a member detailed under this section may accept from the country to which he is detailed any office and any compensation or emoluments thereof. He is entitled to credit for all service while so detailed, as if serving with the armed forces of the United States.