issued. If the trucks are to revert to regimental con- trol after feeding of supper, they are conducted by company guides back to the battalion point of re- lease; from this point they move under battalion
control to they come proceed to fig. 2.)
the regimental point of release, where
under regimental control. the regimental train bivouac
(2) Infantry units are also provided with one- burner cooking outfits on the basis of one per 12
are designed for use by patrols and in preparation of meals when it is not
practicable to provide chen locations.
c. The company mess location should afford con- cealment from hostile observation and should pro- vide defilade from hostile fire. It should be as near the troops to be fed as tactical conditions permit. The company commander selects the company mess location, sends a guide to meet the kitchen truck at the battalion point of release, and upon its ar- rival sees that his troops and attached elements are
fed.( Food containers are carried forward
ing 'arties location.
to troops who cannot come to Arrangements are made by the
by carry- the mess company
commander to have carrying parties
latest hour turned for
at which empty containers use in delivering the next
at the mess are told the must be re- hot meal)