A work-in-progress version of a flag crafted from discarded uniforms by Maria Conrad, the wife of a contractor at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, that was seized by base police on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. The blue fabric comes from a Navy Working Uniform due to become obsolete in October 2019 while the other stripes come from an Army Combat Uniform due to become obsolete in September 2019.
A work-in-progress version of a flag crafted from discarded uniforms by Maria Conrad, the wife of a contractor at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, that was seized by base police on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. The blue fabric comes from a Navy Working Uniform due to become obsolete in October 2019 while the other stripes come from an Army Combat Uniform due to become obsolete in September 2019. Courtesy Maria Conrad
A work-in-progress version of a flag crafted from discarded uniforms by Maria Conrad, the wife of a contractor at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, that was seized by base police on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. The blue fabric comes from a Navy Working Uniform due to become obsolete in October 2019 while the other stripes come from an Army Combat Uniform due to become obsolete in September 2019. Courtesy Maria Conrad

Navy cops search home of Gitmo security consultant, detain couple for dumpster-dive art

November 06, 2017 07:27 PM

UPDATED November 09, 2017 08:04 PM

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