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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
- Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
- Section 230. Armories, Training Sites, and Maintenance Facilities.
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. Active Duty Training Sites.
AS 26.05.230. Armories, Training Sites, and Maintenance Facilities.
- (a) Buildings and sites for armory purposes may be leased or constructed, based upon location and size of units to be
organized, and shall be financed through state and federal appropriations or both. These facilities may be made
available by local communities or by the cooperative arrangement between the state and the federal government and any
local community. Leasing and construction under this subsection are governed by AS 36.30 (State Procurement Code).
- (b) The armory of each battalion, company, or other unit is subject to the order of the adjutant general and under the
charge of its armory board which shall keep in the armory all property furnished by the state. Except for scout
battalions organized under special authority of the Secretary of the Army, a unit may not be furnished with arms or
equipment until a suitable armory is provided for their deposit. Subject to regulations adopted by the adjutant
general, an armory may be used for any reasonable and legitimate civilian activity so long as the activity does not
interfere with its use for military purposes. Proceeds received as rental or otherwise at an armory from nonmilitary
use shall be deposited in the general fund.
- (c) The adjutant general shall administer all target ranges belonging to or leased by the state for National Guard
purposes. Gallery ranges may be maintained at all armories occupied by state troops and every command shall be given
suitable instruction in marksmanship under direction of its commander, and regulations as authorized by the adjutant
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