Women soldiers have guarded Guantánamo captives from the very first day. In this photo, taken the day the first detainees arrived, Jan. 11, 2002, Private First Class Jodi Smith, an MP, stands perimeter watch at Camp X-Ray, the Pentagon’s first war-on-terror detention facility at the Navy base in Cuba.
Women soldiers have guarded Guantánamo captives from the very first day. In this photo, taken the day the first detainees arrived, Jan. 11, 2002, Private First Class Jodi Smith, an MP, stands perimeter watch at Camp X-Ray, the Pentagon’s first war-on-terror detention facility at the Navy base in Cuba. PETTY OFFICER SHANE T. McCOY U.S. NAVY
Women soldiers have guarded Guantánamo captives from the very first day. In this photo, taken the day the first detainees arrived, Jan. 11, 2002, Private First Class Jodi Smith, an MP, stands perimeter watch at Camp X-Ray, the Pentagon’s first war-on-terror detention facility at the Navy base in Cuba. PETTY OFFICER SHANE T. McCOY U.S. NAVY

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October 30, 2014 11:43 AM

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