U.S. Navy Capt. Al Shimkus, commanding officer of the Naval hospital, left, and U.S. Navy Lt. Chris Berry, senior medical officer, right, talk with the media at the U.S. Navy Base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, Jan. 17, 2002. They are part of a medical team attending to the dozens of al-Qaida and Taliban prisoners being held at the base.
U.S. Navy Capt. Al Shimkus, commanding officer of the Naval hospital, left, and U.S. Navy Lt. Chris Berry, senior medical officer, right, talk with the media at the U.S. Navy Base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, Jan. 17, 2002. They are part of a medical team attending to the dozens of al-Qaida and Taliban prisoners being held at the base. ASSOCIATED PRESS
U.S. Navy Capt. Al Shimkus, commanding officer of the Naval hospital, left, and U.S. Navy Lt. Chris Berry, senior medical officer, right, talk with the media at the U.S. Navy Base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, Jan. 17, 2002. They are part of a medical team attending to the dozens of al-Qaida and Taliban prisoners being held at the base. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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