(6) DESIGNATION OF TRAINS. (a) Trains may be designated by unit as-
1st Infantry trains, denoting that portion of
the regimental transportation, including personnel, operating under the immediate orders of the regimental commander pri-
marily, for supply,
Trains, 1st Battalion, 1st Infantry, denoting ammunition and kitchen and baggage ve- hicles and personnel of the transportation platoon allotted to the 1st Battalion section, together with any attached medical vehicles and operating personnel.
Trains may also be designated by unit and
Ammunition train, 1st Infantry.
Ammunition train, 1st Battalion, 1st Infan- try, denoting ammunition components of the 1st Battalion section.
Kitchen and baggage train, 1st Battalion, 1st Infantry, denoting kitchen and baggage components of Ist Battalion section.
SECURITY OF TRAINS IN MOVEMENT.
The close-in protection of trains in movement
is provided by the officer in charge, usually under the supervision of the supply officer of the unit con- trolling the movement. Plans should include adop- tion of that type of motor movement which offers