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personnel at the bivouac begin preparation of the

hot

breakfast

and

cold

lunch.

Kitchen

trucks

then

carry these two volves two trips

meals forward. forward during

This procedure in- the night and some-

timhes

may

be

impracticable.

normal

functional

operations,

required

for

carriers

may

When

not

weapon

be used to to troops.

advantage

for

delivering

food

and

water

g. When it is impracticable to effect the delivery of rations to troops in the usual manner, the indi- vidual reserve ration should be consumed, but only on instructions of battalion and separate company commanders; in isolated cases, blanket authority

should

be

given

for

its

use.

When

practicable,

all

or a portion in order to stimulation.

of the reserve ration should be heated provide maximum nourishment and

h. The regimental supply officer determines the best plan for rationing the troops and, after ap- proval by the regimental commander, transmits the plan to battalion supply officers and to commanders

of

separate

companies

and

detachments.

Details

of

the plan are transmitted to the service company commander as early as practicable in order that he may give timely instructions to mess personnel

of the various companies.

The ration

such ate:

of

the

following

instructions

as

plan includes are appropri-

(1) Location

of kitchen

regimental train

bivouac).

bivouac(s)

(usually

in

24

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