Presidential Callup


Presidential Callup
Procedures by which the President brings all or part of the Army National Guard or Air National Guard to active Federal service under section 12406 and Chapter 15 of title 10 (DOD), US Code. See also active duty; federal service; Presidential Reserve Callup Authority.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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