(b) Location of supply, medical, and maintenance installations (coordination with S-3).
Maintenance of equipment.
Collection and disposal of captured supplies
(coordination with S-2 for examination of materiel and with division G-4 for disposition).
(f) Construction, procurement, operation, and maintenance of facilities relating to supply, shelter, and transportation, exclusive of fortification mate- rials.
Evacuation of personnel.
Evacuation of supplies in retrograde move-
ments and arrangements for destruction of those supplies that would otherwise fall into the hands of the enemy (coordination with S-3)'.
Traffic control (coordination with S-3).
Recommendations as to protection of the regi-
mental train bivouac and other rear supply installa- tions (coordination with S-3).
Supervision of property responsibility.
Preparation of administrative plans in co-
ordination with other staff officers as, necessary, and dissemination of information by means of para- graph 4 of field orders as well as through fragmen- tary administrative orders.
b. Service company commander. The service com- pany commander is the principal agent of the regi-