Army-Navy manual of military government and civil affairs. Page: 22
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10. Quartermaster. Distribution of quartermaster
equipment and supplies; allocation of food
and quartermaster supplies to the civil
11. Transport officer. Use of transportation by
civil affairs personnel; use of railroads for
civil affairs purposes.
12. Public relations officer. Press, radio, motion
picture, and similar releases.
(3) Personal Relations. Not only is it necessary for
members of civil affairs sections to know the functions of
the various sections of the general and special staff, but
it is desirable that they cultivate cordial personal relations
with the officers thereof. Teamwork between staff sections
is essential. It is assured not only by staff conferences
but by individual personal contact.
13. GENERAL. In military occupations carried on by the
Army, general control over military government is exercised
by the Chief of Staff for the Secretary of War through the
commanding officer in the theater of operations. In military
occupations carried on by the Navy the same general
control is exercised by the Commander in Chief, United
States Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations for the Secretary
of the Navy through the fleet or force commander in
the theater of operations.
a. Planning and formulation of policies for military
government are carried out under the direction of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff in operations in which both the United
States Army and Navy participate.
b. When the operation is carried out by the combined
forces of the United States and one or more of its allies,
civil affairs planning and operations are executed under
the direction of the Combined Chiefs of Staff of the two
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United States. War Department. Army-Navy manual of military government and civil affairs., book, December 22, 1943; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9811/m1/34/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.