The troopers or city officers will not/should not say anything about the USARAK rules. its not there business.
if you were ever charged with a crime and were in possesion of a firearm as described in section 2a then the military would take action against you.
my view of section 2a is that if you have a firearm readily available you are in violation. so as the MP said. unloaded and in a locked case. OC would be possession as well as CC. They mention CC but also say Carry means on or about the person
, or uncased within the immediate vicinity of the person, so as
to be available for immediate use
, e.g. in the person’s automobile. so any time its not locked up.
What I get from this is that unless you are out camping hunting or other outdoor recreational activity's you may not carry or have ready access to a firearm.
you can thank this on one soldiers that decided to have a gun fight with some punks outside of a bar two years ago. This is an Alaska USARAK regulation only. you will not find this anywhere else that I know of. I heard it all happen I live 5 blocks form said bar.
The military is great, but when you sign on that line you also wave away a good deal of your constitutional rights, such as the right to bear arms.