The now-iconic image of the first detainees to land at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba — capturing a moment of men on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then. As of Jan. 5, 2017, just two of those first 20 men were still at the U.S. Navy base prison.
The now-iconic image of the first detainees to land at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba — capturing a moment of men on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then. As of Jan. 5, 2017, just two of those first 20 men were still at the U.S. Navy base prison. SHANE T. MCCOY U.S. NAVY PETTY OFFICER
The now-iconic image of the first detainees to land at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba — capturing a moment of men on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then. As of Jan. 5, 2017, just two of those first 20 men were still at the U.S. Navy base prison. SHANE T. MCCOY U.S. NAVY PETTY OFFICER

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