Section II. CLASS II SUPPLY
12. GENERAL. ticles for which of Equipment.
a. Class II supplies comprise ar- allowances are established by Tables Type items are clothing, gas masks,
arms, trucks, radio tain medical items.
sets, tools, (See fig.
b. Clothing and both individual and organizational equipment are ordinarily replaced during periods when the regiment is not engaged in combat. They are generally obtained by requisition or exchange on the basis of actual or estimated requirements. Motor vehicles may be obtained by arrangements through division for direct exchange of unservice- able vehicles for serviceable vehicles from the army replacement pool. During combat, when weapons or prescribed items of individual or organizational equipment are required to replace those damaged, destroyed, or lost, companies send requests to the
regimental supply officer, who has the consolidated requisition sent to the appropriate division supply service. This agency makes the necessary arrange- ments for the procurement of the items requested and notifies the regimental supply officer when and
where to plies has
obtain them. been made,
When an allocation an informal request
of sup- may be