I know a few,Ray, Home Sweet Home.Below link shows DeWalt RAS during the WW II base building effort.
Even shows a 24" RAS in use!!
No OSHA back then. Wonder how many guys lost fingers and hands to those blades??....
Fort Knox was still using some of the barracks, training rooms, and offices in the '60s. Been awhile since I've been down there, but Fort Bragg was still using some of the old offices. My office in Fort Campbell around late 60s/early 70s was in one of them. My offices in Fort Hood were in one of these buildings in the '70s. Quite good condition really, except drafty in the winter - and no insulation in any of them, anywhere, that I ever saw. Hey, they were/are all in good condition, still very usable, so no need to tear them down and spend big bucks building concrete block offices. Besides I like their looks a whole lot better than cement block offices. Ah yes, in the 60, Fort Lee and Fort Dix were still using those building too. And just remembered, Fort Meyer was using a large mess hall by the Pentagon, for the troops there, in 70s. Gads, it has been awhile.And to think that I lived in some of those same buildings before being shipped to Viet Nam in the 60s.
Forts Hood and Campbell still used those same buildings for office space in the 80s. Most of the troop
living quarters having been replaced by two and three story buildings that held whole units in one building.
When I entered the service in 1960, Fort Leonard wood Mo. was all those same wooden buildings.