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(I) Direction of traffic.
(2) Assistance in prevention of looting in affected areas.
(3) Report of disturbances and unnecessary movement in
(4) Care of injured.
(5) Evacuation, housing and feeding of homeless.
c. Arrangements for the supply and evacuation of all forces
are made by G-4, who also plans for the reception and supply
of reinforcing troops. G-4 arranges for issuing necessary
equipment, including chemical grenades, to units called to
quell the civil disturbances. If possible, equipment should be
issued before the units depart for the affected area. Scout cars
should be fully equipped, and supplemental transportation
and ambulance service provided.
d. Arrangements should be made for the reception and
processing of civilian prisoners. Commanders of all units on
civil disturbances duty should be informed of the locations
and capacities of jails within the area in which they are to
operate and will normally call upon civilian authorities to
receive and handle prisoners.
e. General and special staff officers should be familiar with
organization procedure prescribed in FM 101-5, but in civil
disturbances special attention will be given the following
(i) The personnel (G-i) section will arrange for head-
quarters and troop quartering in the affected area. An emer-
gency field desk should be kept ready at all times for instant
use. Its contents should include:
(a) FM 19-5, Military Police.
(b) FM 27-5, Military Government and Civil Affairs.
(c) TM 19-225, Sabotage.
(d) FM IoI-5, The Staff and Combat Orders.
(e) FM IoI-io, Organization, Technical, and Logistical
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