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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.

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