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Thank you for your question. If you are asking if the Command can require a soldier to make up a missed drill period, then yes they can let them do that outside the normal drill weekend. If the soldier doesn't, then they obviously don't get the drill points and could, depending on the circumstance be considered AWOL. However, unless you have a specific set of facts you would like to share as to why the Command would consider doing this, I can't think of another instance when a M-Day soldier could be required to perform duty without orders, credit or pay.
You can see the Regulation that relates to this issue by going to the following link: http://www.apd.army.mil/pdffiles/r135_91.pdf
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Thank you for your reply. If you are saying that this is your security packet completion, then the Command can make you do it on your own time. However, if you are saying they are asking you to do something for the unit or your troops in regards ***** ***** security clearances on your own time, then you can refuse to do so and that would not be a violation of a lawful order. In other words, you really shouldn't have to be doing Command work on your own time if you are a drilling only ARNG solider.