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6. The personnel of the company consists largely of technicians
trained in the following specialties:
(4) Motion pictures.
c. Information and education.
d. Canteen and field exchange.
(1) Field canteen.
(2) Field exchange.
7. The equipment of the Special Service Company is issued
on the basis of T/E 28-17. Specialized equipment of the
Special Service Company includes standardized recreational
kits for the technicians listed above, as follows:
a. Kit "A", SS Sports and Games (see app., par. 1).
b. Kit "A-i", SS Athletic (see fig. 1 and app., par. 2).
c. Kit "B", SS Radio-Phonograph, Records, Songbooks
(see app., par. 3).
d. Kit "B-1", SS Radio-Public Address, Electric Generator
(see fig. 2 and app., par. 4).
e. Kit "C", SS Library (see fig. 6 and app., par. 8).
f. Kit "D", SS Music (see fig. 3 and app., par. 5).
g. Kit "E", SS Theatrical (see fig. 4 and app., par. 6).
h. Kit "I", SS Publishing (see fig. 7 and app., par. 9).
i. Kit "J", SS Motion Picture (see fig. 5 and app., par. 7).
8. Except for such services as are rendered to other troop
units during the training period, the Special Service Company
operates only in oversea theaters. It is assigned by
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