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military authorities for the return to military control
of members of the military service held in the cus-
tody of such civil authorities. Copies of these
* * * orders, and regulations.
e. With Federal law enforcement agencies. Con-
tact should be * * * matters as indicated:
(1) Federal Bureau of Investigation (Dept. of
Justice). Investigates cases of espionage, sabotage,
and subversive activity among the civilian popula-
tion and violations of certain Federal statutes by
both civilian and military personnel. Within the con-
tinental United States all communication with the'
field offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
will be through either the army headquarters or the
headquarters of the appropriate Air Defense
Command numbered Air Force. Information
concerning subversive activity involving individuals
not under military control may be furnished direct to
the local field office of the Federal Bureau of
12. RESPONSIBILITY. (Superseded.) In the United
States, army commanders are charged with the re-
sponsibility of controlling the conduct of all military
personnel within the geographical limits of their
commands other than at posts, camps, and stations,
and in maneuver areas exempted from their control
(see AR 210-10). In communities where personnel
of a single arm or service predominates, the army
commander may delegate the responsibility to the ap-
propriate post, camp, or station commander. In
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