A single-leveled, wooden hut
that is untidily decorated with rude pinned-up pictures of nearly-naked people, models of airplanes (theirs and ours for recognition purposes), parachutes, helmets, an iron stove, a table, chairs, decks of cards, a telephone, and sometimes boisterous
dogs. Normally used in times of war to shelter pilot's for surprise attacks or emergency calls.
The soldiers looked to their assigned dispersal and smiled; It may not be home, but it was close enough.