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- proper n. A US naval base in South-East Cuba.
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And he was also asked about our consideration of Uighurs in Guantanamo Bay, which we are subject to a request from the United States Administration to consider settling a number of Uighurs from Guantanamo Bay in Australia, if they can't deal with the Guantanamo Bay matters first.
West said, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay is designed for two things: to keep the Cubans from retaking it; and to keep prisonersin.
Squadrons commonly spent three months or more each year at the ranges: Guantanamo Bay for AirLant squadrons, and El Centro or Yuma for West Coast units.
After all that, its most well known feature apart from appearing in the Tom Cruise movieA Few Good Men is its status in international law: for as far as international law is concerned, Guantanamo Bay does not exist.
And so the alert went out, and the 3,000-strong American force at Guantanamo Bay declared war on Jack West Jr. and his team.
Atlantic Fleet pilots were well acquainted with Cuban waters owing to the curious situation that left the naval base and air station at Guantanamo Bay in American hands.
Naval Station Guantanamo Bay is a true historical oddity.