They were great compared to the facilities available for their flight and maintenance crews , which were great compared to the infantry. Naval forces were usually able to live in relative comfort. The best living conditions in WW2 were probably those of the Seabees or Naval Construction Battalions. They had access to building material, they had the tools and the skills to convert what they had into "posh" living quarters.
Supplies of living conditions
What were the living conditions of soildiers in the past?
No the Japanese Kamikaze pilots were a phenomenon of late World War II.
Get shot at by German pilots.
its the same thing
A pilot flew an air plane in World War 2, but there were many different reasons for the need of pilots; fighter pilots, transport pilots etc.
there were 100,000 RAF (royal air force) pilots in the World War II and 90,000 died in the war
There were 2800 Kamikaze pilots killed
Ask the submarine. The King
the main features of american during world war 2 is Great Depression
They had diffrent living conditions because they were lower than the officers who were more important. what???
they went after enemy planes
Life was hard for Singaporeans and they were tortured.
In general, about average for Europe at that time.
that my friend is a good question i wish i knew the answer