ants. The normal duties of this group are supervis- ion of the athletic and recreational activities of the regiment. During combat, members of this group perform such other duties as the regimental com- mander may direct.
(5) The regimental executive assigns the clerks and messenger(s) of the staff section to S-1, S-3, and the military personnel officer; these assign- ments are not fixed but are varied from time to time to meet fluctuating conditions at regimental head- quarters.
c. Supply section. (1) The supply section is com- posed of personnel required to operate the regiment- al supply service in conjunction with the transport- ation platoon. The section is organized into three. groups:
Supply office group.
Receiving and distributing group.
During field operations, the supply office and the receiving and distributing group
usually, operate under the direct supervision of the service company commander.
(3) The supply office group maintains the supply records of the regiment; consolidates and prepares requisitions, records and receipts; compiles reports; and performs such other duties as the regimental supply officer may require. During marches, it usually accompanies the command group of the transportation platoon. In combat, it operates in the regimental train bivouac, except for such clerks as