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The Governor is the commander-in-chief of the state military forces, except any portion of those forces in the service of the United States (e.g. National Guard called to active Duty), and has full control and authority over all matters relating to the state military forces, including their organization, equipment, and discipline.

The Commander of the State Military Forces is the Adjutant General of Texas. He is responsible for administering and enforcing the regulations prescribed by the governor and for the management of State owned materiel used by the National Guard and the State Guard.

Texas Government Code 431.051 establishes the Texas State Guard. To provide militia strength for use by the state as a supplement to the Texas National Guard, the Texas State Guard exists as part of the state militia under the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and a defense force under 32 U.S.C. Section 109.

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