Look in Kautz's book. Or, the Army Regs. But basically, it's the same stuff as an infantry private, except for the stripes on the jacket and trousers. Now, an Orderly Sergeant, or First Sergeant, would have pen, ink and added paperwork such as a roll book, morning reports, and on and on. You weren't issued the 2nd shelter half until you got officers straps.
"Grumpy" Dave T.
"Yet, despite these small numbers, Kernstown was one of the most decisive engagements of the war. The Confederates, Under Jackson, though soundly defeated, ultimately lost the most. As historian Bruce Catton observed: ‘The victory meant nothing at all, whereas the mere fact that the battle had been fought meant a great deal.’ Indeed, the ramifications of this odd little affair reached all the way to President Lincoln."