Section 14. The aides-de-camp of the commander-in-chief shall consist of such appointed or detailed aides as the governor shall deem necessary. Officers detailed under this section shall not be relieved from their ordinary national guard, army or air duties.
The aides-de-camp shall be commissioned and hold office until their successors are qualified. They may be removed at any time by the commander-in-chief.
No person shall be eligible to appointment as such aide-de-camp unless the individual so appointed shall have served at least two years in the armed services of the United States in time of war or national emergency, or the organized militia of the commonwealth, or the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts.
The commander-in-chief shall prescribe by directive, the uniform of such appointed aides-de-camp.