A full-sized and twin sized. It is just the two of us, but my husband is over 6 foot tall. When he lays down on a full-sized bed with his head right against the wall, his heels hang over the foot, so he sleeps diagonally, leaving a small triangle for me, so the twin is mine. We also got the two nightstands and a small dresser.
A table with 4 chairs rounds out the furniture. Certainly it is far from luxurious, but anyone who has gone any length of time without a chair can appreciate a place to sit. Also having real beds instead of air mattresses is very nice, even if they are small. The important thing is that they are up off the floor--in a place where we have centipedes over 6 inches long, this is a huge bonus!
After getting the furniture, you can then go to Army Community Service and visit their lending closet. There I got an "issue" for two people which includes some pots and pans and dishes, and even a toaster and coffee pot. More importantly, because of the whole uniform thing, you can also get an iron and ironing board! I didn't, though. I came home an unpacked everything and found this:
Two cups! I guess we better not have any company for dinner! Ever since I have been humming a little tune. Do you know your classic Sesame Street?
I loved this one when I was little. I did find the cats at the end a little disturbing though!