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  • A future building boom at the base?

    Included in the short-term plans are a new base hospital built to withstand earthquakes at a cost of $50 million per bed, troop housing and infrastructure for a pop-up encampment that could house 13,000 migrants and 5,000 U.S. forces.

Included in the short-term plans are a new base hospital built to withstand earthquakes at a cost of $50 million per bed, troop housing and infrastructure for a pop-up encampment that could house 13,000 migrants and 5,000 U.S. forces. crosenberg@miamiherald.com
Included in the short-term plans are a new base hospital built to withstand earthquakes at a cost of $50 million per bed, troop housing and infrastructure for a pop-up encampment that could house 13,000 migrants and 5,000 U.S. forces. crosenberg@miamiherald.com

Trump’s Pentagon wants to spend almost $500 million on Guantánamo construction

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Carol Rosenberg reports on Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the place, policy, people, war court.