1. The aim of Physical Training—
(a) The aim of physical training is to assist in the preparation of the soldier for his role in battle. Only those who are systematically and progressively trained and developed can stand up to the strain and hardships of modern war.
(b) The soldiers must be trained to walk and run with economy of effort over all types of ground at varying speeds. They must learn to scale or climb ropes, trees, buildings, and mountains, how to jump or vault over natural obstacles skilfully, to lift and carry weights without strain, to haul a truck out of a ditch without undue waste of energy. They must know and realise that every muscular movement a soldier is called upon to perform must be done with a view to conservation of bodily energy which will serve them in that greatest of ordeals-close contact with the enemy.
2. Recreational Training—
(a) Recreational training, though it cannot take the place of physical training, plays an important part. Games and sports are complementary to physical training, and conducted in the proper spirit, have great influence on the formation of character. (b) Recreational training intelligently applied will not only develop physique and stamina, but will also develop initiative, leadership, team-spirit, the spirit of co-operation, self reliance and self-discipline which are not only the qualities of good soldier but the attributes of a good citizen.
3. Physical Training Pamphlets—
Basic and Battle Physical Training is the main title of fourteen amphlets dealing with all aspects of physical and recreational training, and other allied subjects. A list of all the pamphlets is given on the inside cover of each pamphlet. These pamphlets provide comprehensive details of the technique of the various subjects including methods of instruction.
4. The Syllabus—
(a) With Territorial Army units time is the limiting factor.By a careful study of the pamphlets a Syllabus must be prepared 328 329to the three chief principles of physical training-Harmonious Development, Steady and Systematic Progression, and Continuity. The men must, therefore, be encouraged to appreciate the benefitsof physical training and to realise that its object is to help in the production and maintenance of fitness of mind, body and character. Thus ensuring that whether as civilians or soldiers, they are mentally alert and physically able to withstand the strains and fatigues of daily life. They should be taught to realise that physical and recreational training is not only to be practiced during periods allotted for these subjects, or while training in camp, but must also form part of their private interests. In this way they themselves will contribute substantially to their training. (b) Every soldier should consider it his duty to be able to take his place beside first line troops, with the minimum of intensive training.
5. Application of the Basic Recruits Tables—
(a) Full details are given in Basic and Battle Physical Training. Pamphlet II—Recruits Basic Physical Training Tables and Physical Efficiency Tests. The tables should be carried out strictly according to the instructions contained in Section 5 of this Pamphlet.
(b) Where full equipment such as vaulting horses, beams, climbing ropes, medicine balls and bamboo sticks, is not available, only the free standing exercise can be performed. As the full benefit of the basic tables cannot be obtained without the use of apparatus, every effort should be made to improvise. Vaulting horses can be made from filled sandbag, climbing-ropes can be suspended from trees, and so on. See also Section 10,
(c) Whether only the free standing exercises are performed or whether the alternative exercise with apparatus can also be used, the requisite number of exercises from each of the five groups in the tables must be carried out. To obtain the full benefit of the training the table of exercise for that day must be completed. If the time allotted for each group is strictly observed, and not too much time is spent on any one exercise to the exclusion of others, completion of the table will be ensured. (d) The number of periods to be spent on each basic table must be governed by the time available. To teach the tables adequately, not less than twelve forty-minute periods are necessary for each table.
(e) Recruits basic tables I to VI should therefore be used progressively to the second year. (f) From the 3rd, 4th and subsequent years, Battle Physical Training should be taught. Battle Physical Training wisely applied will provide an interesting means of maintaining strength, endurance, ability, nimbleness, speed of movement and reaction, alertness, determination and resourcefulness. The eight variations of Battle Physical Training provide a suitable selection of activities for all occasions.
(g) Full details of the application of Battle Physical Training are given in Basic and Battle Physical Training Pamphlet IIISyllabus of Battle Physical Training and Battle Physical Training Tests.
(h) In Territorial units where perhaps the physical ability of personnel varies more than in regular units, it will be advisable to promote ex-servicemen and first year men to the advanced tables according to ability. This method apart from facilitating training will also provide incentive to keenness and enthusiasm.
6. The Variations—Battle Physical Training— Variation I (without apparatus), Variation II (Stick exercises), and Variation III (Log Exercises) are designed as tables similar to Basic Tables—and are easily applied. The remaining five variations—Endurance, Training, Battle Obstacle Training, Battle Swimming and Potted Sports, require some organisation, and can be made intensely interesting for trained soldiers.
7. Basic and Battle Physical Efficiency Tests— Basic and Battle Physical Efficiency Tests should be conducted progressively throughout the training. See Pamphlets II and III.
MINIMUM SCALE OF CLOTHING AND NECESSARIES TO BE MAINTAINED BY OFFICERS AND JUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
Item Item Scale Remarks
No Officers J.C.Os
1 2 3 4 5
1 Bush Shirts or Shirts OG . . 3 2
2 Trousers Drill OG. . . 3 2
3 Boots Ankle . . Prs 2 2
4 Beret . . . . 1 1 Not for Sikhs
5 Hats/Caps FS . . . 1 1 Not for Sikhs
6 Pag-Sikh . . . . 2 2 For Sikhs only
7 Pagri . . . . 2 2 Ditto
8 Shoes Canvas rubber sole . Pr. 1 1
9 Anklets Web . . Pr. 1 1
10 Shorts O.G. . . . 1 1
11 Bags Kit Universal . . .. 1
12 Jersey Pullover . . . 1 1 Where necessary
13 Laces leather . . Pr. 1 1
14 Lines bedding . . . .. 1
15 Socks Worsted . . Prs 4 2
16 Titles shoulder . . Pr. 1 1
17 Towls Hand . . . 4 2
18 Great Coat Universal . . 1 1
19 Water Proof Coat . . . 1 1
20 Battle Dress Warm . . 1 1 Where necessary
21 Ties . . . . 2 2 Where necessary
1 2 3 4 5
22 Shirts Cotton Khaki . . . 2 2 If Battle Dress
23 Badges of rank . . Set 2 2
24 Stocking . . Prs 2 ..
25 Shoes . . Prs 2 1
26 Shirts Flannel.. . 2 ..
“Note—Lady Medical Officers of the Territorial Army will provide themselves
with uniform and equipment as laid down in SAO 10/S/53 as amended from
time to time”.
SCALE OF PERSONAL EQUIPMENT TO BE MAINTAINED BY OFFICERS AND JUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
Item Item Scale Remarks
1 2 3 4
1 Attechment Brace W.E. Patt’37. . . 2
2 Belt Waist W.E Patt’37 Normal . . 1
3 Bottle Water . . .. . . 1
4 Braces W.E. Patt’37 Large or Small . . 2
5 Carrier Water Bottle W.E. Patt’37 . . 1
*6 Case Pistol. . . . . . 1
7 Haversack W.E. Patt’37 Othet Ranks . . 1
8 Haversack W.E.Patt’37 Officer . . 1
9 Packs . . . . . . 1
*10 Pouches Amunition Pistol Patt’37 . . 1
11 Starps shoulder, Haversack W.E. Patt’37 .
Right . . . . . . 1
Starps shoulder, Haversack W.E. Patt’37 .
Left. . . . . . . 1
12 Starps Web supporting . . . 2
13 Mess Tins . . . . . 1
14 Cover Mess Tin . . . . 1
*15 Lanyard Pistol . . . . . 1
16 Blanket, Barrack . . . . 3
17 Net Mosquito, Universal, O.G. . . 1
18 Mug Enamelled . . . . 1
19 Duree . . . . . . 1
20 Whistle with strap . . . . 1
21 Map Case . . . . . 1
1 2 3 4
22 Lantern Huricane . . 1
23 Bedstead Camp, Officers . . 1
24 Valise Camp, Officers. . . 1
25 Basin and Bath Camp, Officers Set . 1
26 Chair Camp, Officers . . . 1
*Will be authorised if armed with pistols, otherwise sten gun magazine
pouches will be authorised.
“Note—Lady Medical Officer of the Territorial Army will provide themselves
with uniform and equipment as laid down in SAO 10/S/53 as amended
from time to time”.
BASIC SCALE OF CLOTHING AND NECESSARIES FOR WARRANT OFFICERS, OTHER RANKS AND NON-COMBATANTS (ENROLLED)
N.B.- When embodied for Service T.A. personnel will receive
the same Clothing and Necessaries as are admissible to regular
Ser- Item Scale Remarks
1 2 3 4
1 Blouse Cellular O.G. . . . . 2
2 Trouser Drill O.G . . . pr 1 Personnel of Urban
entitle pair additional
3. Boots Ankle (with laces) . . pr 2
4 Hats F.S. . . . . 1 Not for Sikhs.
5 Beret . . . . . . 1 Not for Sikhs.
6 Pag-Sikhs . . . . . 1 For Sikhs only.
7 Pagri O.G . . . . . 1 For Sikhs only.
8 Anklet Wed . . . . pr 1
8-A Pagari Coloured . . . . 1 For Sikhs only.
9 Shorts O.G . . . . pr 1
10 Bags Kit universal . . . . 1
11 Bucket Brass Nickel plated . . . 2
12 Buckle Nickle plated prongless . . 1
13 Housewife . . . . . 1
14 Laces leather. . . . . pr 1
15 Socks Worsted . . . prs 2
16 Title SHOULDERS . . . . 2
17. Towel Hand . . . . . 1
APPENDIX XIX— concld.
1 2 3 4
18 Badge cap . . . . 1
19 Medal Bars . . . . If entitles initial
20 Medal Bibbon . . . . .. issue and replacements
PERIOD OF WEAR OF VARIOUS ARTICLES OF CLOTHING AND NECESSARES ISSUED TO W.Os & O.R. OF THETERRITORIAL ARMY
Serial Article Period
No of Wear
1 Blouse Cellular O.G. . . . . 2
2 Trouser Drill O.G. . . . . 3
3 Boots Ankle . . . . . 4
4 Hat F.S. . . . . . 3
5 Beret . . . . . . 5
6 Chaplis . . . . . 3
7 Pag Sikh . . . . . 5
8 Pagri O.G. . . . . . 3
9 Anklets Web . . . . . 4
10 Shorts O.G. . . . . . 3
11 Bags Kit Universal . . . . 8
12 Buckle Brass Nickle Plates . . . 8
13 Buckle Brass Nickle Plated Prongless . 8
14 Housewife . . . . . 2
15 Leaces Leather . . . . 1
16 Socks Worsted . . . . 2
17 Titles Shoulder . . . . 4
18 Towels Hand . . . . . 3
19 Badge Cap . . . . . 5
20 Medal Bars . . . . . 10
21 Medal Ribbon . . . . . 2
Note—(a) The period of wear shown herein is for one article Only. In cases where the scale is more than one, the period of wear will be multiplied by the number authorised. But the free replacement of one of the article is admissible after the lapse of the normal life of one article, the free replacement of the second article is admissible after the lapse of the normal life of the two article and so on. Article worn out before the period of wear has expired, may be exchanged free of charge if, in the opinion of the commandiong officer, the articles are worn out or dameged by fair, wear and tear.
(b) The Permanent Administrative and Instructional Staff will be on the same system as prevailing in the regular ar my as regards the initial issue, maintenance and replacement of clothing.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF CLOTHING AND PERSONNEL EQUIPMENT
Items requuire for special roles Scale of Clothing
Ser- Description of stores Scale
1 2 3
1 Tins Dubbin Protective . . . 1
2 Dubbin Protective Ozs . . . . 2
3 Blankets Barrack . . . . . 1
4 Nets Mosquito. . . . . . 1
5 Combs Hair . . . . . . 1
6 Disc Identity Stainless Steel Oval . . . 1
7 Disc Idenity Stainless Steel |Round . . . 1
8 Cord Disc Identity . . . . Inches 38
9 Drawers Cotton Short O.G. For I.T. (other than Sikhs)Prs 2
10 Drawers Cotton Short OG for Sikhs Prs 2
11 Jersey Pullover O.G. . . . . . 1
12 Lines Bedding . . . . . . 1
13 Durrie 6’ x 3’. . . . . . . 1
14 B.D. Trouser Drill OG, 1943 Patt. . . . Prs 1
15 Vests Cotton . . . . . . No 1
16 Shoes Canvas . . . . . . Pr 1
(a) Items required for special released Scale of clothing as laid down in Army instruction 14/8/65 and if any other authority will be issued to units of the Territorial Army when called out for Internal Security duties during annual camp of Provincial units and training in an annual camp of Urban units or when attached to Regular Army units/Courses of instruction and for voluntary training or when serving on the permanent staff of TA units. Such issues will be restricted to the absolute minimum and will be confined to stores available, from stocks 345
only. In addition, they will also be authorised the following items which though otherwise authorised, are not included in AI 14/S/65;
(i) Tin Dubbin Protective 1
(ii) Dubbin Protective Ozs 2
(iii) Blanket Barrack 1
(iv) Net Mosquito 1
Note— E.I Clothing including Short great Coats be issued on “as required” basis in confirmation with the scale as laid down for the Regular Army.
SCALE OF ACCOMMODATION FOR TERRITORIAL ARMY UNITS
Serial No Item of Accommodation Urban units Provincial
1 2 3 4
1 Band Prattice Room A room in the barrack 400 Sq.ft. Nil
2 Drill Shed 120’ X 30’ for a major unit 6 sq. ft. Nil per man for minor units, to be provided where necessary.
3 Garages, repair bays and connected ‘A’ vehs-30’ X 16’.3 ton 30’ X 12’, As for Urban Units. works 15 Cwt vehs 15’ X 12’. No special provision for motor cycles.Office-100 sq. ft. per 15 vehs. Tech stores 160 sq.ft. per 15 vehs. Repair bays 10 per cent for garages for class’B’ vehs. 20 per cent for garages for class ‘A’ vehs.
NOTE— Garages for Smaller Dimensions may be provided for smaller vehs.
4 Shed for Guns and Radar As per scales laid down in Govern- As for Urban Units. ment of India Ministry of Defence letter No 42142/Q3W iii/997-W/D (works), dated 25th April 1956. 348
5 Offices Regtl for permanent establish- 31 units-16ft.high,average 60 sq.ft. As for Urban Units. ment only. per unit.
6 Office Coy/Squadron/ Bty for per- 8 units-16 ft. high,average 60 sq.ft As for Urban Units. manent establishment only. per unit.
7 Institutes Upto 750 men—3sq.ft.perman For permanent staff only, 750— 1000 men 3000 sq.ft. scale to be as for Urban Units For smaller units i.e. less than 250 men, the area per men may be increased by 50 per cent at the discretion of the GOC-in-C and if for administartive reasons it is not possible to amalgamate, the minimum provision will be 480 sq.ft.
8 Ranges Existing ranges to be used. Where As forUrban Units. none exists both long and short ran- ges to be provided.
9 Quater Guard and Cells Over 351- 100 Un- As for Urban Units 600 600 350 der men men men 100 men Guardroom 1.305sq. 870sq 580sq 290sq. ft. ft. ft. ft.
Detention Room 435 sq 290sq 217sq 145sq. ft. ft. ft. ft. Cells each 100 sq.fit. 3 2 2 1
Serial No Items of Accommodation Urban Units Provincial Units
1 2 3 4
10 Armourer 2 sq.ft per rifle. Approx 15 sq. As for Urban Units.
ft./LMG Motar 1-4:30 sq.ft. with a minimum 90 .ft. 5-8: 20 sq.ft. with a minimum of 120 sq. ft.,9 and upward 15 sq.ft. with a minimum of 100 sq.ft.
11 Armoury Workshop 100 sq.ft. 100 sq.ft.
12 Ammuntion Kot ¼ sq.ft. per rifle with a minimum As for Urban Units.of 80 sq.ft and 1 ½ sq.ft. per automatic weapon and mortar.
13 Generals Stores 720 sq.ft. per 2 Coys or equivalent. 720 sq.ft. per 2 Coy or equivalent.
14 Coy, Sqn,or Bty Stores 2sq.ft. per man 2 sq.ft. per man.
15 Parade Ground 450’X300’ for major Units 420X As for Urban Units. 240’ for small units.
15A Play ground 360’ X 240’ Major units. As for Urban Units.
16 Quarter for permanent staff For administrative and For Administrative staff only instructional staff.
(a) Married Officers Captain and above 75% of the es- Scales as for Urban Units. tablishment **. Subalterns 33 ½ % of the establishment.
(b) Single Officer** Captain and above 25% of the es- Do. tablishment** Subalterns 66 2/3 of the establishment.
(c) Mess for officers Mess 23-30 members- 3400 sq.ft. Do. 11-15 members- 2200 sq.ft. 7-10 members-1016 sq.ft. 4-6 members -654 sq.ft.
NOTE—A separate mess will not be provided for less than 4 officers. Billiard Room 1 table each.
(Note—The scales for Family accommodation laid down in SAO 10/S/86 will now apply). **These scales are for planning purposes but officers will be allotted married/single accommodation on station seniority as applicable to Regular Army. 353
Serial No Items of Accommodation Urban Units Provincial Units 1 2 3 4
(d) JCOs married 100% JCOs Quaters Scales as for Urban Units.
(e) Mess/Club JCOs 15-20 members-1305 sq.ft. Do 11-14 members-1015 sq.ft. 4-10 members-781 sq.ft.
NOTE-No separate Mess/Club will be provided for less than 4 JCOs
(f) NCOs & ORs (Married) 14% ORS family Qrs. Do (g) NCOs & ORs (Single) Barrack accommodation ORS-54 Do ft. per man. Havildar-110 sq.ft. per man Do
(h) Cookhouse for single men 1-50 men-580 sq.ft. Do 51—100 men—725sq.ft.
(i) Dining halls 9 sq.ft. per man Do
(j) Bath Rooms 4% .. .. .. .. .. Do
(k) Latrines 10% .. .. .. .. .. Do
(l) Urinals 4% .. .. .. .. Do
(m) Caretakers and Followers 100% Followers Qrs with bathrooms, Do latrines and urinals in Bvlocks.
17 Ancillaries for units—
(a) Cookhouses .. .. .. .. .. 1-50 men-580sq.ft.
725 sq.ft. 150 men-
300 men—2406 sq.ft.
(b) Bath-shower and foot bath. .. .. .. .. 4% of establishment plus two or one in each bath house for Daffadars and Havildars for large or small units respectively.
(c) Latrines 4% These will be provided near the 10% parade ground
(d) Urinals .. .. .. .. 4%
(e) P.A. Rooms .. .. .. 145 sq.ft. per Inf.
Bn or equivalent.
SPECIAL SCALES OF ACCOMMODATION FOR TERRITORIAL ARMY SINGLE UNITS
A raised platform (movable) will be provided at one end of each lecture room. Serial No Items of accommodation Normal area Normal Special Fittings detail sq.ft. 3 height
1 2 3 4 5
1 Comn Z Sig Regt (TA)
(Corp Sig Regt TA)
4 Lecture Rooms (each) 600 B
4 Traffic training room (each) 220 B
1 Telephone exchange room 220 B
3 Tech store rooms 220 B (Racking)
1 Charging room (with partition between 480 B Glazed earthenware
charging set and switch board batteries etc.) topped bench 2
/wide 3’6’’high and and
length as required.
2 Bde Sig Sec (TA)/HQ
Sig Arty (AA)
Sig Sec (TA)/HQ AA Bde
Sig Sec (TA)/ Med/Fd/
Hy Regt Sig Sec (TA)/AA
Room Sig Sec (TA)
1 Lecture room 400 B
1 Lecture room 300 B As for Comn Z Sig
1 Charging room 100 B (Racking)
1 Tech Store room 228 B
3. Light Armoured Regt Sig
Sec/Hy Lt AA Regt (Arty)
Lecture Room 400 B
Charging Room 100 B
Tech Store Room 220 B
4 Indep Sig Coy (TA)
2 Lecture Rooms 1200 B
2 Traffic Rooms 440 B
1 Telephone Exchange Room 220 B (Racking)
1 Tech Store Room 220 B
1 Charging room with facilities for 240 B (Glazed earthenware or
off mains ped bench if required).
SCALE OF TENTAGE FOR CAMPS
Purpose I.P. Private I.P. 81.647 Kg, I.P Store 50.802 Kg Remarks
1 2 3 4
1 Living accommodation (i) One per three One per officer of .. (i) One per officer Lt The scale as per Cols 3
(a) Officers officers below the the rank of Major Col and above in addi- and 5 is only a temporary rank of Major and above tion to 31.647 Kg measure untill such time tent. as I..P. private tents become available.
(ii) One per two .. .. (ii) One
per Officer be- ..
Major .. .. low the
rank of Major ..
(iii) One per Officer .. .. ..
Lt Col and above .. .. ..
(b) JCOs & W.Os .. 1 per 4 J.C.Os. 1 per 2 J.C.Os and .. 1 per Sub Maj One per 50.802 Kg tent W.Os. for Sub Maj on either scale.
(c) O.Rs. and N.Cs (E) 1 per 10 men 1 per 8 men .. ..
2 Miscellaneous . Sufficient to provi- Sufficient provide .. .. Medical authorities will
(a) Hospital de accn for 5% of accn for 5% of .. .. only accpt 81.647 Kg. the unit strength of unit strength at 2 .. .. as a last resort as they 8 beds per tent beds per tent .. .. are entirly unsuitable.
(b) Guard . 1 per 8 men or less 1 per 6 men or less .. .. .. forming a guard forming a guard or .. .. .. or picquet picuqet
(c) Officer’s Mess . 1 per 8 Offrs 1 per 4 Offrs .. .. ..(d) J.C.Os & W.Os. Mess 1 per 8 J.C.Os and 1 per 6 J.C.Os and .. .. ..W.Os or less W.Os
(e) Dining . 1 per 72 O.Rs or 1 per 36 J.C.Os and .. .. .. less W.Os .. .. ..
(f) Workshop 1 per 200 strength 1 per 100 strength .. .. ..or less or less
(g) Guard Detention Room 1 per 100 strength 1 per 50 strength or .. .. ..less
(h) Stores . . 1 per 150 strength 1 per 75 strength or .. ….or less less
(i) Gun park stores . 1 per battary 2 per battary .. ….
(j) Band Gymnasium . 1 per Cavalry or 2 per Cavalry or .. … .Infantry unit Infantry unit
(k) Offices . 1 per 200 men or 1 per 100 men .. ..81.647 Kg tent for units less but excluding 1 per unit of less less then 100 strength Units of under 100 than 100 strength on either scale.strength
(l) Recreation Room . 1 per 100 men. 1 per unit of 200 .. 81.647 Kg. tents to be Regt Institute strong. issued if I.P. stores not 2 per unit of available. 200 to 400 strong 400 to 600 and above strong.
(m) Wash houses or Bathrooms .. 1 per 4 Officers .. 1 per 4 Officers,
(i) 81.647 Kg, tents 1 per 60 O.Rs 1 per 50 ORs. issued if 50.802 Kg 1 per 4 Private tents 1 per 3 private tents tent are not available. allowed for the allowed for the Hospital hospital
(ii) Unserviceable tent will be demanded.
(n) Cook houses . . 1 per 50 O.Rs .. ..
(i) 81.647 Kg. tent to
1 per 3 tent allowed be issued on either for Hospital scale.
(ii) Unservicable tents will be demanded.
Purpose I.P. Private I.P. 81.647 Kg, I.P Stores 50.802 Kg
1 2 3 4 5
(o) Latrines . . 1 per 300 men or . . 1 per 200 men or less (i) 81.647 Kg. tents to be less for covering lat- for coving latri- issued if 50.802 Kg. rines nes tents are not available. 1 per hospital 1 per hospital (ii) Unserviceable tents will be demanded.
(p) Forage strore . . 1 per 100 animals . . . . 81.647 Kg. tents to be issued on either scale.
(q) Harness or saddle room . . 1 per 26 animals . . . . DO
(r) Ration Issue Tents . . 1 per 400 men ex- 1 per 200 men 81.647 Kg. tents to be cluding units with issued on either scale. less than 200 men
Screen Latrine 1 per 40 men or less plus 1 tent latrine authorised.
1. The scale of tentatge above are based on the maximum quantities admissible for the purpose shown. Tents will not be utilised for any other purpose than that for which authorised and, where the scale is in excess of requirements only the tents actually required will be demanded.
2. Part worn tents will always be demanded for standing camp. Indents will be accompained bv a copy of the order authorising the camp. The indent will show the actual number and ranks of men in camp (excluding those on detached duty) and also the number and ranks of men accommodated in huts or buildings.
3. One Lantern and one Empty Tin Kero Oil or Ghee for each I.P. Private 81.647 Kg. tent may be demanded if required. Empty tins Kero Oil or Ghee will be demanded from A.S.C. under the authority on para 142(d) of A.S.C. Regs 1950.
STATEMENT SHOWING CENTRALLY CONTROLLED HEADS AND THE AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTROL OF EXPENDITURE AND INITIAL PREPARATION OF THE BUDGET UNDER MAIN HEAD 2—TERRITORIAL ARMY—OF DEFENCE SERVICES ESTIMATES—EFFECTIVE
Sub and Minor Heads Detailed Heads Authority responsible for control of expenditure and initial preparation of budget 1 2 3
1. Territorial Army . . . . 1. Pay and allowances* of Establishment
2. Pay and allowances of Trainees Adjutant General
3. Transportation charges of trainess *Pay and allowances of the Regular Army personnel attached to the Territorial Army are compilable to Main Head 1-A under the appropriate corps to which the personnel belong. ! Transportation charges of Instructors are compiled under Main Head 4-A.
STATEMENT SHOWING LOCALLY CONTROLLED HEADS, THE AUTHORITIES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTROL OF EXPENDITURE AND THE PREPARATION OF THE BUDGET AND THE CHANNEL THROUGH AND THE DATES ON WHICH THE ESTIMATES ARE TO BE SUBMITTED UNDER MAIN HEAD 2—TERRITORIAL ARMY—OF DEFENCE SERVICE ESTIMATES—EFFECTIVE
Sub and Minor Heads Detailed Heads Authority at Officers responsi- Date of receipt Date of receipt Headquarters ble for initial pre- in Controller of in Army Headresponsible for paration of bud- Defence Accounts quarters etc. of control of ex- get. officer of budget for budget for next expenditure. next year.
A. Territorial Army 3 Miscellaneous Director, General Officer 10th October 30th October expenses Territorial Commanding in- Army Chief, Commands 5 Incidental charges grant