Generally when people put on a living history exhibit, or play the part of someone of that period, they generally ask questions about the equipment, and clothing of whomever they are re-enacting. But in this case, what I'd like to know is this...
"What was life like for the average trooper in the barracks?" Was their life similar to the American GI's who served in their own units?
What did they do at night after training all day? What was the entertainment like for them in the evenings? Did they all go to the EM club and get drunk, have sex with some of the local women, go to a movie and watch the latest American Hollywood movie of the time? How about the Saturday nights, was there a dance for them to go to, and if they were near a city or town; did they all go out together to see the sights?
How about their meals, what did they eat, and how was it served? Was the food served American style with plats, cups, and silverwear? Or did they eat like they were at home, rice in a very large bowl or pot, smaller bowls of meat, fish, or soup/vegetables; and just put everything onto a large plate and eat with their fingers?
And how was justice done in the barracks. If you have someone stealing from a fellow trooper, and were caught; did they handle it? Did they have their own code of justice and handled it that way, or were the MP's called in to take the person away?
This is talked about for a few pages in the book The Twilight Riders by Peter F. Stevens. One of the men he interviewed was an enlisted Filipino trooper who talked about most of the things you asked and also how he became a Scout.