Cloé Harent writes a story, halfway between reality and fiction, in which a Bird-men family, with an outwardly sensitivity, slowly fades from our memories. In 2019, she found herself in front of buildings, a 75-year-old wrecked framework of air force life. As empty places full of stories, is it possible to make them talk? It is hard to find remains. Between quest and investigation, Cloé Harent goes in search of the slightest clues to recontruct a fictional story, interweaving several layers of memories, images of the past and evidence of the present. Everything is available, the Mess (reception area), the boiler room, b1 (offices) and the former CIET CG7. It also has in its possession the sole “military” identity to embody its thousands of people who populated these places.