There were four barracks buildings on the west side of the chow hall, four to the east. Mine was on the west side nearest the chow hall. Looking out my window I could see the third barrack building (they were staggered; the second is to the left).
I remember looking out these windows and watching the awe-inspiring lightning and thunderstorms that rocked the base. The lightning bolts often hit the base to the north of here. Thunder would rattle the glass.
The barracks were holdovers from WWII and had seen little updating over the years. Inside, cubicles were fashioned from vertical 2x4s with plywood nailed up to afford some privacy. As I recall, there were two people to a cubicle. Two racks, two free-standing lockers and a table with two chairs made up the furnishings. Bathrooms and showers communal.
Incredibly, these buildings are still being used for FLETC housing but have been extensively modernized.
Below is the parking area as viewed from the barracks. The bus stop (for our ride to the NATTC building), and the tennis courts, are just to the right. You can see the eastern hanger through the pine trees.