State Department: assignment or detail as couriers and building inspectors (a) Upon the request of the Secretary of State, the Secretary of a military department may assign or detail members of the armed forces under his jurisdiction for duty— (1) as inspectors of buildings owned or occupied abroad by the United States; (2) as inspectors or supervisors of buildings under construction or repair abroad by or for the United States; and (3) as couriers of the Department of State. (b) The Secretary concerned may assign or detail a member for duty under subsection (a) with or without reimbursement from the Department of State. However, a member so assigned or detailed may be paid the traveling expenses authorized for officers of the Foreign Service of the United States. These expenses shall be paid from appropriations of the Department of State. §714.
Reports to Congress on length of tours of duty outside United States by members of Army and Air Force The Secretary of Defense shall advise the Committees on ArmedServices of the Senate and the House of Representatives, on April 1 and October 1 of each year, of the regulations governing the length of tours of duty outside the United States by members of the Army and the Air Force, including any changes in those regulations. §715.
Reserve components: detail of members of regular and reserve components to assist The Secretary concerned shall detail such members of the regular and reserve components under his jurisdiction as are necessary to effectively develop, train, instruct, and administer those reserve components. CHAPTER 43.—RANK A N D COMMAND Sec. 741. Rank: commissioned officers of Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. 742. Rank: officers of regular and reserve components. 743. Rank: Chief of Staff of the Army; Chief of Naval Operations; Chief of, Staff of the Air Force. 744. Physician to White House: assignment; grade. 745. Warrant officers: rank.
Rank: commissioned officers of Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps (a) The commissioned officers listed below rank among themselves as follows: Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps
Lieutenant general Major general Brigadier general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain First lieutenant Second lieutenant
Navy and Coast Guard
Vice admiral. Rear admiral entitled to pay of upper half. Rear admiral entitled to pay of^ lower half. Captain. Commander. Lieutenant commander. Lieutenant. Lieutenant (junior grade). Ensign.