With no new Trump administration policy, the detention center is still operating under a Barack Obama closure order. No new captives have come, and none have gone, since Donald Trump took office. (All material was approved for release by the U.S. military.)
Reporters allowed in the Detention Center Zone in June explored the possibility of a visit by the commander in chief, Donald J. Trump, or the retired U.S. Marine general serving as Secretary of Defense, James Mattis. All images were reviewed and approved
After the discovery that a Guantanamo resident had an active tuberculosis case, the base radio station broadcast information in dialects familiar to foreign guest workers on the base of some 5,500 residents. Here is the one that was created by the base hospital for Jamaican base laborers.
Sean Spicer says that President Donald Trump 'believes that Guantánamo Bay does serve a very, very healthy purpose in our national security' during a White House press briefing on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017.
Rear Adm. Peter J. Clarke, Guantánamo prison task force commander, said Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 that he’s confident he’ll get more than four hours notice that new captives will be landing at the remote Navy base airstrip.
This video offers a Jan. 28-29, 2017 look inside the Detention Center Zone while the commander explains he has received no new orders from the nascent Trump administration to prepare for more prisoners. All videos, photographs approved for release by the U.S. military.