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A member of the militia who is ordered into active service and who refuses or wilfully or negligently fails to report at the time and place and to the officer designated in the order or to the officer's representative is guilty of desertion and shall be punished as a general court-martial directs, unless the member produces a sworn certificate from a licensed physician of good standing that the member was physically unable to appear at the time and place designated. A person chargeable with desertion under this section may be taken by force and compelled to serve.
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