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Seahut

Last modified: 06 Jun 2007

Part of US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Each seahut could house up to 15 US soldiers who rested in close standing bunk beds and single beds. Nowadays seahuts are used for storage and office space, or as MWR seahuts (Moral, Welfare and Recreation) where troops have access to the internet and can relax during off-duty periods. One seahut is used as a bar, another as "Club Survivor"

Seahut stands for "South East Asia Hut". This archetypical house is put into use by the US army in various regions throughout the world.

Seahuts are built from simple timber with a symetrically built in door, an air conditioning system as well as a window with a shutter on each side.

Each seahut could house up to 15 US soldiers who rested in close standing bunk beds and single beds. Toilet and washing facilities were located outside the seahuts in special houses.

Nowadays seahuts are used for storage and office space, or as MWR Seahuts (Moral, Welfare and Recreation): some SEAhuts

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richard townsend, rtownsend55@gmail.com | 01. December 2012 23:30

SEAHUTS

These must be luxury housing! I never saw one without screens. How about it Bees?


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