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[74 Stat. 265]
[74 Stat. 265]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

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PUBLIC LAW 8 6 - 5 5 9 - J U N E 30, 1960

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(B) by amending section 1007 to read as follows: "§1007. Commissioned oflScers: retention in active status while assigned to Selective Service System or serving as United States property and fiscal officers "Notwithstanding chapters 337, 363, 573, 837, and 863 of this "2 Stat. uss. title, a reserve commissioned officer, other than a commissioned warrant officer, who is assigned to the Selective Service System or who is a property and fiscal officer appointed, designated, or detailed under section 708- of title 32, may be retained in an active status in ^^ ^*^*- ^^'*that assignment or position until he becomes 60 years of age."; and (C) by striking out the following item from the analysis: "1007. Commissioned officers: retention in active status while assigned to Selective Service System." and inserting the following new item in place thereof: "1007. Commissioned officers: retention in active status while assigned to Selective Service System or serving as United States property and fiscal officers." (4) Section 1374(a) is amended by striking out the words "is found to be incapacitated for service because of a physical disability and is transferred to the Retired Reserve", and inserting the following in place thereof: "is transferred to the Retired Reserve, except under section 1002 of this title, because of physical disability or as a result of completing the number of years of service or reaching the age at which his retirement, transfer to the Retired Reserve, or discharge is required by law,". (5) Section 1402(a) is amended by adding the following new sentence at the end thereof: "However, a reserve officer who is or has been retired under section 3911, 6323, or 8911 of this title or under section 232 of title 14, may not have his retired pay recomputed under this subsection on the basis of any period of active duty that was of less than six consecutive months' duration or on the basis of any active duty for training." (6) Section 3212 is amended— " ^'"y(A) by inserting the words "3383 (except for the grade of colonel),^' after the figure "3366,"; (B) by inserting uie words "to the extent necessary to allow the appointment of reserve officers, in grades not above lieutenant colonel, to fill prescribed mobilization or active duty requirements" before the period at the end of the first sentence; and (C) by inserting the words "or not to fill one of those requirements" after the word "sections" in the second sentence. The amendments made by this clause are effective only until July 1, 1964. (7) The last sentence of section 3352(a) is amended by striking out the word "regular" and inserting the words "temporary, regular," in place thereof. (8) Section 3353 is amended— (A) by striking out the words "and is not already a commissioned officer of an armed force" in subsection (a); and (B) by adding the following new subsection at the end thereof: " (d) The Secretary shall report to the Committees on Armed Serv- gr?sT.°*^ *° ^°"^ ices of the Senate and House of Representatives by March 1 of each year on the number, categories, and grades of the reserve officers (other than in the Medical Corps or Dental Corps) originally appointed in the reserve grade of captain or above during the preceding calendar year."