In this photo, reviewed by U.S. military officials, just after sunrise, U.S. Navy personnel walk on a utility boat crossing Guantánamo Bay on Tuesday, April 4, 2006. During the Bush administration, when the media were provided guest quarters, the Pentagon routinely ferried reporters across the bay for war court hearings. Now reporters sleep in tents and can walk to work.
In this photo, reviewed by U.S. military officials, just after sunrise, U.S. Navy personnel walk on a utility boat crossing Guantánamo Bay on Tuesday, April 4, 2006. During the Bush administration, when the media were provided guest quarters, the Pentagon routinely ferried reporters across the bay for war court hearings. Now reporters sleep in tents and can walk to work. BRENNAN LINSLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this photo, reviewed by U.S. military officials, just after sunrise, U.S. Navy personnel walk on a utility boat crossing Guantánamo Bay on Tuesday, April 4, 2006. During the Bush administration, when the media were provided guest quarters, the Pentagon routinely ferried reporters across the bay for war court hearings. Now reporters sleep in tents and can walk to work. BRENNAN LINSLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS

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