Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

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Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

Post by davidrobinson » Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:19 pm

As the subject line says.

I've been perusing the threads, and looking at the various maps and photo's showing the buildings. Obviously the Nurses have their own tent, but there are no barracks?

Any ideas.

Or link to the thread where it's been discussed?

Thanks

David

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Re: Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

Post by RJ » Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:00 pm

Good question. Aside from Klinger, who in certain episodes apparently had his own quarters, as far as I know we were never shown where the enlisted men slept.

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Re: Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

Post by davidrobinson » Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:03 am

I haven't seen lots of episodes for quite a while, only the odd one.

Did Klinger sleep in the office like Radar used too? I know there was the episode where he wanted to furnish it, but I cannot remember him being woken by people in the night like Radar used to be.

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Re: Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

Post by davidrobinson » Fri Sep 15, 2017 12:54 pm

Just watched the 1st BJ episode (after Trapper left). At morning Reveille lots of personnel run from behind the rank of tents.

Even though there are no tents there :)

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Re: Where do the Enlisted Men sleep?

Post by Goldman » Mon Sep 25, 2017 6:41 pm

In the “Major Topper” episode from Season Six, I remember Corporal “Boots” Miller sharing a tent with Klinger until he finally got his Section 8. I remember Miller talking to “Mr. Sock” in the tent.

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