Army-Navy manual of military government and civil affairs. Page: 21
censorship and other measures to preserve
secrecy; countersubversive activities.
3. G-3. Organization, equipment, and employment
of military police units; training of civil
affairs personnel, use of signal communications.
4. G-4. Procurement of supplies in enemy territory;
distribution of supplies to civil affairs
groups; control of transportation; construction
and maintenance of roads, docks, and utilities;
traffic control; evacuation and hospitalization;
salvage; property and funds; procurement of
shelter and facilities; employment of native
labor; preparation of civil affairs annex to the
(b) For special staff functions1.
Antiaircraft officer. Passive defense measures.
2. Chemical officer. Collective protective measures.
3. Engineer. Construction and maintenance of
roads, docks, and utilities; distribution of maps.
4. Headquarters commandant. Detail of orderlies
and messengers; messing and. quartering of
civil affairs personnel; office space.
5. Provost Marshal. Employment of military police
on civil affairs duty; control of conduct of
troops in relation to the civil population.
6. Signal officer. Use of military and commercial
signal communications for civil affairs purposes.
7. Surgeon. Health and sanitation; use of civilian
hospitals for military purposes; allocation of
medical supplies to the civil population.
8. Adjutant General. Distribution of routine
orders; classification, reclassification, assignment,
promotion, transfer, replacement, discharge,
decorations, citations, honors, awards,
leaves of absence, and furloughs; supply of
publications; operation of office procedure.
9. Judge advocate. Reviews of the records of military
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