Intelligence Law Glossary - Employed by the Armed Forces Outside the United States


««« Previous Term  |  Next Term »»»

Employed by the Armed Forces Outside the United States

Statutory Law

18 U.S.C. § 3267(1) (Title 18—Chapter 212: Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction)

As used in this chapter [18 U.S.C. §§ 3261 et seq.]:
   (1) The term "employed by the Armed Forces outside the United States" means—
      (A) employed as—
         (i) a civilian employee of—
            (I) the Department of Defense (including a nonappropriated fund instrumentality of the Department); or
            (II) any other Federal agency, or any provisional authority, to the extent such employment relates to supporting the mission of the Department of Defense overseas;
         (ii) a contractor (including a subcontractor at any tier) of—
            (I) the Department of Defense (including a nonappropriated fund instrumentality of the Department); or
            (II) any other Federal agency, or any provisional authority, to the extent such employment relates to supporting the mission of the Department of Defense overseas; or
         (iii) an employee of a contractor (or subcontractor at any tier) of—
            (I) the Department of Defense (including a nonappropriated fund instrumentality of the Department); or
            (II) any other Federal agency, or any provisional authority, to the extent such employment relates to supporting the mission of the Department of Defense overseas;
      (B) present or residing outside the United States in connection with such employment; and
      (C) not a national of or ordinarily resident in the host nation.