(2) Time and place to be assembled by subordin- ate units for collection by regiment.
NOTE: On the march and during combat, individual rolls may be trans- ported on kitchen and baggage train vehicles when part of their organic loads have been dumped. When the rolls are so, transported, they are de- livered to units during halts, if the duration of the halt and weather con- ditions warrant. During offensive combat, rolls are usually sent forward with supper and collected after the serving of breakfast. In defensive situ- ations, troops in forward defensive areas often keep their rolls with them.
48. ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS IN FIELD OR- DERS. a. Any or all of the items of the approved S-4 plan may be included in paragraph 4 of the regi- mental field order. Usually, however, it is limited to such of the following items as are applicable:
(1) Location of regimental ammunition supply point.
(2) Route of advance of ammunition (in attack only).
(3) Amount of amkmunition to be placed on posi- tion (in defense only).
Location of regimental aid station.
Distribution of fortification materials.