(7) Location causing no interference with friend- ly troop movements.
(8) Location forward of any barrier that may be- come impassable for motor transportation.
Water (and fuel, if wood ranges are in use).
Buildings usable as shelter for supply and
c. Interior arrangement. The bivouac area is di- vided into subareas by the service company com- mander, usually with the assistance of the regimen- tal motor transport officer. (See fig. 8.) Division into the following subareas is usually appropriate: