The now-iconic images of the first detainees to land at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as they are on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences in 2002. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then.
The now-iconic images of the first detainees to land at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as they are on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences in 2002. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then. U.S. Navy Petty Officer Shane T. McCoy TNS
The now-iconic images of the first detainees to land at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as they are on their knees in orange jumpsuits behind barbed wire fences in 2002. The Pentagon has built more solid prison space since then. U.S. Navy Petty Officer Shane T. McCoy TNS

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