Lobster tails for the troops at the Detention Center Zone chow hall on surf-and-turf day, Friday, Dec. 13, 2013. The line for the $4.60 meals stretched out the door of the dining room alternately called the Camp America and Seaside Galley that day. Today, lunch costs $5.55.
Lobster tails for the troops at the Detention Center Zone chow hall on surf-and-turf day, Friday, Dec. 13, 2013. The line for the $4.60 meals stretched out the door of the dining room alternately called the Camp America and Seaside Galley that day. Today, lunch costs $5.55. Courtesy Jason Leopold BuzzFeed
Lobster tails for the troops at the Detention Center Zone chow hall on surf-and-turf day, Friday, Dec. 13, 2013. The line for the $4.60 meals stretched out the door of the dining room alternately called the Camp America and Seaside Galley that day. Today, lunch costs $5.55. Courtesy Jason Leopold BuzzFeed

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