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SECTION 166
Organization, composition and strength of the New York guard
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36, ARTICLE 8
§ 166. Organization, composition and strength of the New York guard.
Notwithstanding any contrary provision of law, whenever in his judgment
the effectiveness of the New York guard will be thereby increased or in
order to conform the organization of the New York guard to the
organization of such state military forces as may be prescribed by the
laws of the United States and regulations issued thereunder, the
governor may organize, activate, increase, change, divide, consolidate,
disband, reactivate or reorganize any unit, headquarters, staff or cadre
of the New York guard and may prescribe the composition and types of
units, the type of organization and the system of drill or instruction
to be used in training such units; and for such purposes the governor is
authorized to fix, increase or decrease the strength of any unit,
headquarters, staff or cadre of the New York guard including the number
of commissioned officers, warrant officers, non-commissioned officers
and other enlisted personnel of any grade in any such unit,
headquarters, staff or cadre, and to alter the grades of officers,
warrant officers and non-commissioned officers.