(3) The transport used by the command group is assigned to company headquarters.
(4) During marches, the company commander and the regimental motor transport officer move at the head of the regimental motor column. During combat, they establish and operate the headquarters of the regimental train bivouac. (See par. 52b(2).)
c. Administration group. (1) The company' ad- ministration group is composed of personnel whose duties relate primarily to the company mess, supply, personnel administration, and motor vehicle main- tenance. It comprises:
Mess sergeant, cooks, and cook's helper.
Supply sergeant, armorer-artificer, and car-
Truck driver and mechanics.
The mess sergeant is responsible to the com-
pany commander for the training of the cooks and cook's helper and for the operation of the company mess, which is usually established near other com- pany kitchens in the regimental train bivouac.
(3) The supply sergeant is responsible to the company commander for company supply, and is charged with supervising the work performed by the armorer-artificer and the carpenter. In combat, he may be required to supervise the preparation of shelter, facilities, and concealment measures in the regimental train bivouac.