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[85 STAT. 489]
[85 STAT. 489]
PUBLIC LAW 92-000—MMMM. DD, 1971

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PUBLIC LAW 92-169-NOV. 24, 1971

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Public Law 92-168 AN ACT

November 24, 1971

To ivpeiil serrions S«502. »)023, (i02r). and S(jJ>2 at title 10, I'nitfil States <'»»ae. with respect to i»ilot r a t i n g requirements for meinbers of the Army, Navy. Marine ('on)s, and Air For c e; and to insert a new section 2<M)3 of the same title.

[H. R. 7950]

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1 itle 10,1 lilted htates Code, is amended as tollows: quirements. (1) Section 3692 is repealed. Repeals. (2) The analysis item relating to section 8692 is repealed. ^°^ ^*^*' ^^•^* SEC. 2. Chapter 555 of title 10. United States Code, is amended as follows: (1) Section 6023 is repealed. (2) Section 6025 is repealed, (3) The analysis items relating to section 6023 and to section 6025 are repealed. SEC. 3. Chapter iS53 of title 10. United States Code, is amended as follows: (1) Section 8692 is repealed. (2) The analysis item relatingto section 8692 is repealed. SEC. 4. Chapter 101 of title 10. United States Code, is anuMided as 7OA Stat. ii9; -. n '^ 84 Stat. 306. follows: (1) A new section 2003 is inserted to read as folloMS: "§ 2003. Aeronautical rating as pilot: qualifications "To be eligible to receive an aeronantical rating as a pilot in the Aimy or Air Force or be designated as a naval aviator, a member of an armed force must successfully complete an undergraduate pilot course of instruction pres(M-ibed or approved b}' the Secretary of his military department. (2) An analysis item relating to section 2003 is inseited to read as follows: "2003. Aeronautical rating as pilot; qualilications." Approved November 24, 1971.

Public Law 92-169 AN ACT

November 24, 1971

To amend titles 37 and 3s, United States Code, relating to proniotion of members of the nniformed services who are in a missing status.

[H. R. 8656]

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Heptesentatire>^ of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That section 552(a). Uniformed s e r v of title 37, United States Code, is amended by adding the following Missing status, sentence: "Xotwithstanding section 1523 of title 10 or any other pro- promotions. vision of law, the promotion of a meml)er Avliile he is in a missing yoA^st^atf^ite. status is fully effective for all purposes, even though the Seeretary concerned determines under section 556(b) of this title that the member died l>efore the promotion Avas made." SEC. 2. Section 402(a) of title 38, United States Code, is amended 8 3 stat, i44. by inserting immediately before the period at the end the following: "or as of the date of a promotion after death Avhile in a missing status". SEC. 3. For the purposes of chapter 13 of title 38, Ignited States Effective dates. Code, this Act becomes effective upon the date of enactment. For all 38 USC 4oi. other purposes this Act l>ecomes effective as of February 28, 1961. Approved November 24, 1971.