I split a 8'X10' room with another Cpl. for a year in the ROK, and if we had been Spc.4 or below we would have been 2 sets of bunk beds with 4 to the room instead of one bunk apiece with the lockers as a divider. This included all of our personal efects, and our TA-50, as well as our Mnt. Bikes as you couldn't leave them outside. As active duty personel we had no rights, and should have been happy not to be living in a tent, but prisoners get better treatment, living quarters, food, and more rights, with only a fewer privledges than what we had. There are no laws protedcting us, and no ACLU to ensure that we get a better set of working conditions, because we are not on their radar screen. We also have proven that we would not fall into the "I did this for you now scratch my back bitch" game that convicts fall for.