GITMO Guardians

Greenhill, Jim
March 2007
Soldiers;Mar2007, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p8
This article offers insights about the operations at the Camp America detention facility in Guantanamo, Cuba, where members of the U.S. joint task force maintain custody of detainees of the war on terrorism. Known as the Joint Task Force-Guantanamo, its mission includes the safe, humane care and custody of detainees, intelligence gathering and caring for task force members. Detainees at the facility included former al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders, money launderers, recruiters, and bomb-makers.


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