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Bob Ferguson

AGO 1959 NO. 76 >

(1)  A National Guardsman or other reserve member who attends a 15-day training period which begins and ends on a Saturday should be charged with 12 days military leave of absence. (2)  The remaining 3 days of military leave can be applied to various active training periods throughout the year rather than the annual active duty for training period. (3)  Military leave of absence may be granted to public employees for active training duty regardless of what the nature of the training might be.