I don't wish to be indelicate here, but I suppose no account of USTDC would be complete without mentioning the heads (navy & marines), latrines (army & air force) or restrooms (civilians) in the USTDC building. I seem to remember several other terms sometimes used but this is, after all, a family friendly blog so I won't mention any of them here.
I only recall two such facilities for males, one upstairs (2nd deck for navy & marines) which you accessed via the stairway (ladder for navy & marines), and one downstairs (1st deck for navy & marines). I can't say whether there were similar facilities for women working in the building, but I assume there must have been at least one somewhere.
About all I really recall about the two mens rooms is that the one downstairs didn't flush very well and the one upstairs took several flushes to work at all. I was more familiar with the downstairs facility because I worked on the first floor. Besides, the admiral and general worked upstairs and it didn't seem right to make them wait while I flushed the john a dozen times or more.
I have now written far more than I ever thought possible about the toilets of TDC and I promise not to write any more...unless I think of something really interesting, of course.