29A.9  Training.

The governor may order the national guard into training for any period. The governor may order the organizations or personnel of the national guard or persons who have retired from the national guard, to active state service, or duty, or to assemble for purposes of security, drill, instruction, parade, ceremonies of a civic nature, guard, recruiting and escort duty, and schools of instruction as a student or instructor, including the Iowa military academy, and prescribe all regulations and requirements for those duties.

The governor shall also provide for the participation of the national guard, or any part of it, in training at such times and places as necessary to insure readiness for public defense or federal service.

A state employee shall take either a full day's leave or eight hours of compensatory time on any day in which the state employee receives a full day's pay from federal sources for national guard duty.

A member of the national guard shall be considered to be on duty when called to testify about an incident which the member observed or was involved in while that member was on duty.

Section History: Early form

  [C73, § 1049; C97, § 2184, 2185; S13, § 2215-f21; C24, 27, 31, § 450; C35, § 467-f51; C39, § 467.53; C46, 50, § 29.53; C54, 58, 62, § 29.9; C66, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81, § 29A.9]

Section History: Recent form

  86 Acts, ch 1246, § 771

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