The UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS-JOINT SERVICES COMMAND
has met all legal requirements established by Congress for a Federal National Corporation.  
The UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS-JOINT SERVICES COMMAND is identical in scope and legal standing as the Civil Air Patrol and the US Coast Guard Auxiliary.
The Boards of Directors of the CAP and the USCG Auxiliary appoint their respective Commanders in accordance with their Corporate Charters.  The current Commanding General of the
UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS-JOINT SERVICES COMMAND was appointed by the Corporate Board of Directors in accordance with the Corporate Charter and sworn in at his rank by a Member of Congress, May 17, 2003.