S.C. Code Regs. 80-005 - Functions of the South Carolina Naval Militia

Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 12, December 24, 2021

1. The South Carolina Naval Militia (SCNM) is a Federally recognized State force pursuant to 10 USC 261 and 10 USC 311, organized, commanded and administered as a component of the Organized Militia of the State of South Carolina.
2. The mission of the SCNM is to provide a trained maritime capability to support Federal and State maritime services as may be coordinated with the United States Navy, United States Marine Corps, United States Coast Guard, and other federal, state and local agencies and authorities as appropriate.
3. Federal reservists who serve in the SCNM will receive courtesies, rights and privileges extended to state commissioned officers or appointed civilians in the SCNM. The SCNM consists of military and civilian personnel who have the same authority, rights and privileges in the performance of duty in the SCNM as a member of the U.S. regular Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard of corresponding grade, rating or position as pertains to and derived from applicable South Carolina state authority, custom and tradition.
4. Except as may be otherwise provided by statute, regulation, or binding agreement by Federal or State agencies, members of the SCNM and the SCMSC shall receive no financial compensation or reimbursement while performing their respective duties and functions. However, federal reservist members of the SCNM may be entitled to Federal Reserve benefits accruing from their service with the SCNM in accordance with applicable policies of their parent service.

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S.C. Code Regs. 80-005
Added by State Register Volume 30, Issue No. 7, eff July 28, 2006.

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