10 U.S. Code Chapter 835 - APPOINTMENTS IN THE REGULAR AIR FORCE

Sec. 8281. Commissioned officer grades. [8284 to 8309. Repealed.] 8310. Warrant officers: original appointment; qualifications. [8312 to 8314. Repealed.]
Amendments

1980—Pub. L. 96–513, title V, § 504(10),Dec. 12, 1980, 94 Stat. 2916, struck out items 8284 “Commissioned officers: appointment, how made”, 8285 “Commissioned officers: original appointment; qualifications”, 8286 “Commissioned officers: original appointment; age limitations”, 8287 “Commissioned officers: original appointment; service credit”, 8288 “Commissioned officers: original appointment; determination of grade”, 8289 “Commissioned officers: medical officers; original appointment; professional examination”, 8293 “Commissioned officers; chaplains: original appointment; examination”, 8294 “Commissioned officers: medical and dental officers: original appointment”, 8295 “Commissioned officers: original appointment; determination of place on promotion list”, 8296 “Promotion lists: promotion-list officer defined; determination of place upon transfer or promotion”, 8297 “Selection boards”, 8298 “Commissioned officers: promotion to first lieutenant; effect of failure of promotion”, 8299 “Commissioned officers: promotion to captain, major, or lieutenant colonel”, 8300 “Commissioned officers: promotion to captain, major, or lieutenant colonel; selection board procedure”, 8301 “Commissioned officers: promotion to captain, major, or lieutenant colonel; officers with special qualifications”, 8302 “Commissioned officers: medical, dental, and veterinary officers: promotion to captain, major, or lieutenant colonel; professional examination”, 8303 “Commissioned officers: effect of failure of promotion to captain, major, or lieutenant colonel”, 8305 “Commissioned officers: promotion to colonel”, 8306 “Commissioned officers: promotion to brigadier general”, 8307 “Commissioned officers: promotion to major general”, 8308 “Commissioned officers: effect of removal from recommended list by President or failure of confirmation by Senate”, 8309 “Commissioned officers: physical examination for promotion”, 8312 “Officers: acceptance of promotion”, 8313 “Suspension of laws for promotion or mandatory retirement or separation during war or emergency”, and 8314 “Commissioned officers: promotion not be to delayed by another appointment”.
1958—Pub. L. 85–861, §§ 1(177)(B), 33(a)(38),Sept. 2, 1958, 72 Stat. 1520, 1566, substituted “officers” for “Officers” in item 8309, and added item 8314.
1957—Pub. L. 85–155, title III, § 301(15),Aug. 21, 1957, 71 Stat. 388, struck out items 8291 “Commissioned officers; Air Force nurses and women medical specialists: original appointment; additional qualifications, grade” and 8304 “Commissioned officers; Air Force nurses and women medical specialists: promotion to first lieutenant, captain, major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel”.

 

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