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d. D-Day. (Part A, par. 7)
In the military this day is known as "D-day", which is the day when an operation
commences or is due to commence.
b. Individual Mobilization Augmentees (IMAs). (Part A, par. 24)
IMAs members are required to train with their active duty counterparts in order
to fill an active duty position in the event of mobilization.
c. Activate its members for 90 days (plus an additional 90 if required) without
declaring a national emergency. (Part B, par. 2b)
Title 10 United States Code (USC) 673b gives the president the power to
activate up to 200K selected reserve. During the activation, reservists may be
released from active duty; however, others may be activated in order to keep the
ceiling of up to 200K. Due to legal and system constraints, the 200K are not
considered a mobilization.
a. Must specify in the declaration of subsequent execution orders which
authorities he is invoking under the national emergency. (Part D, par. 3d)
The president must construct a set of national emergency powers, selecting from
those available during the declaration of emergency. Declaring a national
emergency remains an important decision, however, it is no longer the all-out
decision that it was in the past. To help de-escalate a crisis or to allow us to make
certain necessary actions with a minimum of provocation, we may declare an
emergency for the sole purpose of freezing assets, exports or imports until a
resolution is accomplished.