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Military Leave With Pay

To be identified as “military duty”, service must be performed by a member of the armed forces and must be of less than thirty (30) days duration.

Regular employees shall be entitled to leave with pay while engaged in the performance of military duty and while going to and from such duty. The maximum length of military leave with pay shall be fifteen (15) work days in one calendar year and shall not exceed fifteen (15) work days in any one continuous period except that in the event the Governor declares an emergency and orders an employee to state active duty as a member of the National Guard, the leave shall not exceed thirty (30) days in any one continuous period of such state active duty service.