casualty evacuation system and the actions of the company
maintenance and vehicle-recovery teams. He also monitors the
logistical status and submits reports to the company XO and
the actions of the company trains and coordinates resupply
through the company XO and the ALOC. He joins the LOGPAC at
the LRP and moves it to the company LRP for the engineer
(b) Supply sergeant.
The supply sergeant requests, receives,
issues, stores, maintains, and returns supplies and equipment
for the company.
He is in charge of the engineer company
assets located with the engineer or supported maneuver unit
The supply sergeant prepares and maintains
LOGPACs and ensures that they are sent forward and received by
the company trains. He is supervised by the 1SG and reports
the status of critical supply items to the company TOC.
(2) Primary functions.
Sustains engineer company operations.
Troubleshoots logistics support to platoons.
Coordinates and delivers LOGPACs to platoons.
Coordinates and provides maintenance support to platoons.
Conducts on-site coordination with TF combat trains.
a. Amplitude-modulated (AM) nets. The engineer battalion headquarters
AM nets have a large signature
and a low density in the division and should only be used when all
other means of communication have been exhausted.
They are long-
range nets; however, enemy intelligence may be able to identify the
engineer headquarters from them so take every precaution to limit
the transmitted signature. NOTE: This net will soon be replaced by