Special Envoy Clifford Sloan, the State Department's special envoy for Guantánamo’s prison closure, toured the facility in the company of Army Col. John Bogdan, the chief of the guard force, on July 3, 2013. At the time, the prison held 166 war on terror detainees. As of this week, with a transfer of four Afghan captives home, the prison census was 132.
Special Envoy Clifford Sloan, the State Department's special envoy for Guantánamo’s prison closure, toured the facility in the company of Army Col. John Bogdan, the chief of the guard force, on July 3, 2013. At the time, the prison held 166 war on terror detainees. As of this week, with a transfer of four Afghan captives home, the prison census was 132. STAFF SGT. LORNE NEFF U.S. ARMY
Special Envoy Clifford Sloan, the State Department's special envoy for Guantánamo’s prison closure, toured the facility in the company of Army Col. John Bogdan, the chief of the guard force, on July 3, 2013. At the time, the prison held 166 war on terror detainees. As of this week, with a transfer of four Afghan captives home, the prison census was 132. STAFF SGT. LORNE NEFF U.S. ARMY

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