living in post housing
In the Army married Soldier's live with their Families, and when the Army constructed and renovated its housing communities it solicited and then incorporated the ideas of Soldiers and their Families. Some of the suggestions the Army adopted included more closet space, ceiling fans, yard space, and larger living areas. As always, each of its housing units comes with a refrigerator, stove and many come with a dishwasher. Separate laundry rooms and garages are also included in many of the Army's Family housing, and in some areas Soldiers and Family members can find trails on which to run. Housing areas also include playgrounds for younger children, outdoor basketball courts and they are built with sidewalks and plenty of street lights for the safety of all the residents.
Want to experience life on an actual Army base? Take the goarmy.com virtual tour, which will give you a first-person view of the locations you will visit every day as a Soldier on post.