Personnel shelter designed to stay fighters, store weapons, ammunition and personal belongings, as well as for protection from artillery fire and air (the majority of detected PS shelters withstand a direct hit by 152-mm high-explosive projectiles). The thickness of the floor most of the tree-ground shelters range from 0.7 to 1.2 meters, and some more.
Loopholes to conduct defensive combat equipped with only a small number of shelters. Such shelter (up to 20% of the detected FS) have one or two slits narrow sector of fire. All shelters, including the cave type, carefully masked from detection from the air and from the ground.
In the camps, IAF personnel housed in tents and huts. The remaining elements of the camp are the same as on the regular bases, with household-domestic buildings and equipment (on taking water, washing dishes, cooking hot food, toilets) can be located further away from the camp, than from long-term fixed base cover IAF.