No. According to subsection 2 of NRS 281.145, “An officer or employee is not entitled to:
Receive any other compensation for which he or she would otherwise be eligible, including, without limitation, compensation pursuant to NRS 284.358; or
Use any annual leave, compensatory time or other paid leave or any unpaid leave that is required as a result of statewide economic conditions, for any hours for which the officer or employee receives compensation pursuant to this subsection…”
Since the employee is allowed to receive his or her full leave accruals and retirement as if the employee had worked for the State on the day he or she performs drill duty and the employee receives the difference between his or her State pay and his or her military pay if the State pay is higher, the result is that the employee receives the benefits of his or her civilian compensation while performing drill duty; therefore, the intent of keeping the employee whole has been met. The employee must exhaust his or her 24 days Weekend Military Training (payroll code UMILT) prior to being allowed to use other forms of paid leave.