and, in addition, is concerned with the training con- ditions affecting morale, and with orientation and education within the unit.
(b) The assistant regimental adjutant and S-1, a warrant officer, assists the regimental S-1. The ser- geant major is S-1's principal enlisted assistant. The sergeant major supervises the delivery of all incom- ing messages at the regimental command post. (See FM 7-25.) He and one or more clerks prepare the unit journal and other S-1 records under the adju- tant's supervision. For duties of S-1, see FM 7-40.
(c) The operations sergeant is the principal en- listed assistant to the regimental S-3. He and one or more clerks perform their duties under the super- vision of S-3. For duties of S-3, see FM 7-40.
(3) The administration group consists of the mil- itary personnel officer, personnel sergeant, classifi- cation specialist, headquarters and record clerks, mail clerks, and chaplain's assistants. Except for the regimental supply service, this group performs all routine administrative and personnel work for the regiment. The company clerks of all companies are grouped under the supervision of the military per- sonnel officer. For duties of the military personnel officer, see FM 7-40. The chaplain's assistants per- form the duties prescribed by the chaplains.
(4) The special service group, operating from the location prescribed by the regimental command- er, consists of the athletic and recreation officer, special service, who is assistant S-1, and his assist-