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Are there standards imposed on government furnished quarters?  
The standards that apply to government furnished quarters for active duty Soldiers and their families are outlined in Chapter 4 of AR 210-50, Housing Management. Government quarters are supposed to be safe, maintained, and adequate for Soldiers’ needs. There are instances, due to great need, where some government housing remains in use past its expected useful life. In those cases, the facilities are maintained and still safe to live in. However, Soldiers who reside in them may receive a portion of their Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) to compensate for the inconvenience.
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