The Special Service Company. Page: 4
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a. One 4-ton truck assigned to company headquarters.
b. Four 34-ton trucks (weapon carriers)-one assigned
to the canteen and field exchange section of each platoon.
c. Five 2 2-ton cargo trucks-one assigned to the service
section of each platoon and one to the company headquarters.
d. Five 1-ton cargo trailers-one assigned to the service
section of each platoon and one to company headquarters.
NOTE. For method of loading special service kits see chapter VI.
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