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Volume 12, Issue 09 Friday, February 18, 2011 Noor admits aiding al-Qaida Not too bad for my first time! 525th gets hot on the range Jewish Shabbat services return Sgt. 1st Class Donald Jones handles a line on the deck, Feb. 12, of the U.S. Army Runnymede-class large landing craft USAV Chickahominy (LCU 2011). photo Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Elisha Dawkins Ships Serviceman 3rd Class Darold Johnsonbrown combs a detainees beard in Camp VI, Feb 10. Traditionally, in the Navy, Ships Serviceman manages the ships barber shop, laundry, dry cleaning and tailor departments. photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class David P. Coleman Around the Four Troopers play a spirited game of dominos in the Cuzco Barracks, Feb 12. photo Mass Communications Specialist 1st ClassDavid P. Coleman Florida Marlins pitcher Chris Volstad signs a T-shirt for a Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper, Feb. 14, at the Camp America Liberty Center. photo by Army Staff Sgt. Benjamin Cossel

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THE WIRE | PAGE 2 TROO P ER T O TROO P ER | Trooper to Trooperfeaturing The WIRE is the official news magazine of Joint Task Force Guantanamo. It is produced by the JTF Public Affairs Office to inform and educate the Troopers of JTF Guantanamo through news, features, command guidance, sports and entertainment. The WIRE seeks to provide maximum disclosure with minimum delay with regard to security, accuracy, propriety and policy. This DoD news magazine is an authorized publication for the members of the Department of Defense. Contents of The WIRE are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, or Joint Task Force Guantanamo. It is printed by the Document Automation & Production Service with a circulation of 1,000. JTF GuantanamoCommander Navy Rear Adm. Jeffrey Harbeson Command Master Chief Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Scott A. Fleming Office of Public Affairs Director Navy Cmdr. Tamsen Reese: 9928 Deputy Director Air Force Lt. Col. Don Langley: 9927 Operations Officer CW2 Raymond Chapman: 3649 The WireExecutive Editor Army Staff Sgt. Benjamin Cossel: 3499 Assistant Editor Spc. Meredith Vincent:3651 Photojournalists: Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Elisha Dawkins Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Jason Tross Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Jordan Miller Spc. Justin PierceContact usEditors Desk: 3499 From the continental United States Commercial: 011-53-99-3499 DSN: 660-3499 E-mail: thewire@jtfgtmo.southcom.mil Online: www.jtfgtmo.southcom.mil Excellence, according to the dictionary, is a talent or quality which is unusually good and so surpasses ordinary standards. A quote from the legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers, Vincent Lombardi, The quality of a persons life is in the direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless use the word pride as an acronym; Personal, Responsibility, In, D Excellence of Americas freedom and our way of life to In order to surpass ordinary standards, one standard is and dedicate the time and effort toward exceeding those standards. This Excellence is not often easily attained -it requires commitment, dedication and intestinal fortitude. We are what we repeatedly do, so excellence is not an act, but responsibility, is an ongoing and continuous required to excel in your chosen profession. Joint Task Force Housing Facility Manager Army Sgt. Maj. Rivers Jacques we do. The eyes of the world are always and in order to ensure mission success we Our military bearing, uniform appearance one of us plays an important role. What sets our military apart from any other in see TROOPER, page 15 THE WIRE | PAGE 3 | NE W S YOU CAN USE The United States says Bahrain should the peaceful protests there by its citizens. says President Barack Obama offered his condolences to the families of those protesters killed Thursday in an encounter with riot police. Bahrain to hold accountable anyone demonstrators. Middle East need to open up their Earlier Thursday, U.S. Secretary of spoke with her Bahraini counterpart, Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed al-Khalifa, and expressed deep concern about recent U.S. Urges Non-Violent Response in BahrainVoice of America News ServiceDetainee Pleads Guilty to Supporting Terrorist OrganizationsCheryl Pellerin American Forces Press ServiceAccused terrorist training camp instructor Noor Uthman Muhammed pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of supporting and conspiring with international terrorist organizations against the United States. Noor, as he has asked to be called in court, will be sentenced at a hearing this week before members of a military commission. guilty, Murphy said. Noors traditional white Muslim garb was head was a small white cap. He wore headphones Modzelewski. him, which included the following: Acting as a weapons instructor at the Khaldan terrorist training camp in Afghanistan, and between 1996 and 2000 instructing terrorist trainees on topics that included small arms and artillery; council, called a shura, and acting as the camps deputy emir, or commander; operations, including training and acquiring food and supplies. The second charge held that, between August 1996 and March 2002, Noor conspired with al-Qaida and others to commit one or charge, but he denied some of the elements in it, of the law of war and destruction of property in The guilty plea is the strongest form of Noor, and she said she would use the plea to determine his guilt and the commission would use it to decide on his sentence. this way, resting in his chair and laboring to his feet slowly when asked to rise. Noors is the last case the military commissions Attorney General Eric Holder designated three other suspected terrorists to be prosecuted in criminal courts, he said: Abd al Rahim al Nashiri, the alleged mastermind behind the October Mohammed Ahmed Haza al Darbi, brother-in77 hit the Pentagon on 9/11; and suspected alQaida member Obaidullah. awaiting authorization to proceed or not from Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates. In all military commissions, a panel of Defense Department spokeswoman Army Lt. At a hearing Wednesday, the defense and before the members who will determine a sentence. Wednesday after the trial of Noor Uthman Muhammed at the detention center at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. photo by Cheryl PellerinU.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the prospects for closing the U.S. the White House spokesman said President Barack Obama remains committed to closing the facility. Gates also said Thursday that it has become harder to release terrorism suspects requires him to certify they are no longer a at predicting which detainee will return to The United States has faced criticism at home and abroad for alleged abuses of detainees at Guantanamo and for holding prisoners for years without charge. military prison within a year. But his proposal was quickly opposed by lawmakers concerned that dangerous detainees could be brought to U.S. soil to stand trial and then be released on technicalities. If the detention center is closed, Gates said he does not know what the U.S. would do with suspects captured in areas where the U.S. is not at war. He said one possibility would be to put them in the custody of could also be brought to the United States, but he said that would be a challenge.Gates: Prospects for Closing Guantanamo Very LowVoice of America News Service

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NE W S FROM T HE BAY | THE WIRE | PAGE 4News from the Bay JTF GTMO not included in tax exclusion MWR sponsors fun run up John Paul Jones hillAs the excitement of the New Year fades away, those who pay taxes start to count down the days until April 15. Luckily, the help Troopers with all their tax needs. This year, there has been confusion Guantanamo does not qualify and the income Troopers earn here will be taxed. In order to qualify as a tax exclusion zone, two basic criteria must be met: a country or area must either be designated or as being in direct support of a combat zone by the Department of Defense or MWR offering captains license test prep In an attempt to offer Guantanamo Bay residents at least one fun run a month, Morale Welfare and Recreation is sponsoring a Healthy Heart 5K Windmill Run Saturday at 6:30 a.m. we decided what could be healthier for your runs. Now granted it is a harder run, but it Participants will start at Denich Gym but walkers are welcome. age group will be handed out afterward. Denich Gym at x77262. Guantanamo qualify for imminent danger Guantanamo as being in direct support of a does not qualify as a tax exclusion zone. based on the amount they feel is correct. Morale Welfare and Recreation will be 23 at the MWR Marina at 5 p.m. The test is a chance for residents to learn the needed information in an open outdoor recreation director. After a long day of work, the idea of studying is not something to look forward Geiger said the number one misconception about the test is people Geiger explained. It is the facts you need to know to keep yourself and others safe instructors who teach students of experienced to feel comfortable and pastimes Guantanamo Bay has to offer, said Geiger. Work and being away from family can of the best ways to de-stress is to get out I cant tell you how many times a week I see someone at the NEX who tells me they need to come down and get their study for six months and keep procrastinating or captains licensing, call x2345.Registration closes today at 6 p.m. for those looking to compete in the 2011 Those taking the challenge will need to tournament begins at 6 a.m. on Saturday, Proceeds from the $20 registration fee will go to the SeeBee Ball committee to said Michelle Pollock of the Seebee Ball reel and rod, outwear, boat rentals, ball tickets and more. Those interested in competing should Bracken at x4061.Deadline for Seabee Fishn Challenge ends THE WIRE | PAGE 5 | NEWS U.S. Army Souths contingency command post, consisting of for a training exercise that began sponsored, operational exercise that will focus on humanitarian assistance, foreign disaster response and mass migration in the partners. Through participation in IA 11, Army South will facilitate the and also exercise the deployment theater operations. By deploying to Guantanamo Bay we are able to practice and rehearse our deployment procedures as well as our ability a remote location with somewhat Ehrich Rose, operations director, U.S. Army South. setting of the area are Troopers of Operations Noncommissioned Harold Bodenschatz. Guantanamo supported the equipment, communications assets and other logistical elements critical in ensuring mission success. In addition to the equipment st Lt. capabilities and limitations with performed well during the preparation phase as the start of the exercise scenario draws near, said Rose. The setup of the deployable actual deployment of our Soldiers Rose credits Army Souths experience during its deployment to Haiti last spring for the success Army South has had so far during IA 11. JTF comes together to support commissionsStory and photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Tross The Global War on Terror reaches beyond all too well. This weeks military commission trial, the in Afghanistan, through detention camps Ordnanceman 1st supporting commissions refuse to let the baton fall now. If there was a power loss it could an electrical engineer responsible for all system was working and backed up so Keeping the lights on, hot water running and air conditioner blowing is more behindthe-scenes work unlike the security forces. When the curtain comes up and airport security. electronics or other things they shouldnt There are some people who are authorized any detainees and all commissions parties Guantanamo Bay supports new Army South exerciseTest focuses on humanitarian assistance, foreign disaster responseU.S. Army South Public Affairs Ships Serviceman 1st Class Willie Brimage (left) and Aviation Ordnanceman 1st Class John Shea prepare a bed Feb. 16 at Camp Justice. see COMMISSIONS, page 15 see SOUTH, page 15

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MISSION | THE WIRE | PAGE 6 Jewish services return to Guantanamo BayStory and photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jordon Miller 27. th duties as the Base Emergency Engineering What Im trying to accomplish with the literature and is traditionally followed by a day of respite. said Scissons. Its a time to not think of work or how to make money. Its also a time organized for a few holidays, said Scissons. Response to the return of Shabbat Most of these people are glad to see They can feel isolated and begin to think Scissons commented on the importance reformed. Scissons said hes mindful of the differences among the branches. Its laid back and kind of a generic If youre orthodox, women and men sit on separate sides of the synagogue. We dont Scissons reassured people interested in newcomers may not be familiar with. If there are people who dont understand, I will usually explain the others, he said, it can be their source for staying current with their religion. are now permitted to wear a kippah and prayer shaul and the Torah is being made with their religion. The resumption of meet that particular challenge. information contact Master Sgt. Scissons at x4534. Master Sgt. Curtis Scissons, Jewish lay leader, reads a Jewish prayer book prior to a Jewish Shabbat service THE WIRE | PAGE 7 | COMMU N ITYThe Morale Welfare and Recreation coordinator. We help people meet their The grand prize will be awarded to the percentage of weight loss. Boatswains Mate 2nd was reward enough. I am going to be the biggest loser in promised. I am focused and determined to coincide with peoples New Years resolutions. My goal for the New Year was to get announced the Biggest Loser competition, There are approximately 130 participants, with four members per team and 36 teams altogether, said Henigman. rd plan to lose 20 pounds and am currently diet and exercise program based upon System program. increase dynamic strength and muscular healthy choices and portion control with Denich Gym. This allows members to eat Participants can bring their lunch for a thirty-minute segment of nutritional for people to exercise and be aware of what they are consuming because of health In addition to a balanced diet, stretching said Henigman. A typical exercise would be a proper warm-up, then an agility exercise and cross-training. An example of dynamic strength training Getting in shape not only allows one to burn calories and lose fat but also helps term result. Improper diet and sedentary lifestyle can of staying in shape is a constant concern. competition help make losing pounds and of all shapes and sizes. And come April, its biggest loser. GTMO residents compete to be the Biggest Loser Story and photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Elisha Dawkins Boatswains Mate 2nd Class Dominique Coverson, a participant in MWRs Biggest Loser competition, works out using the elliptical machine at Denich Gym, Feb. 9.

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THE WIRE | P AGE 9 | COVER ST ORYCOVER STORY | THE WIRE | PAGE 8 turns to his right-hand battle buddy with an ear-to-ear grin. Heinhold shot six rounds through the target nearly on top of each other from 25 meters no simple feat. The last time three years ago at basic training. many newly reporting Soldiers to the 525th MP Battalion who reat Grenadillo Range. Pvt. Darnell Hubbard, attached to the 525th Home on theangeStory and photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason TrossR said 525th Training Nonprimary weapon. Here, thats 525th Soldier is up to standard on the myriad of Department of Defense, Army and unit training requirements. track of PT tests, height and weight from weapons to he added. Im tracking 92 people on our gain roster the whole By numbers and personal accounts alike, Smiths hard work is paying off. On Wednesday alone, 24 Soldiers expert, 11 made sharpshooter and three came away as marksmen. Its really good training and training we need especially for people in other MOS coming into the 31 Echo law enforcement and being on done. Next month hell be back out on the range with a whole other busload of new 525th Soldiers. Hes not sweating it though. to shift and adapt real quick. Sgt. 1st Class Vernon Watson inspects Spc. Christopher Sgt. Tracey Jackson, attached to the 525th Military Police

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FEATURE | THE WIRE | PAGE 10 POPPIN FOR A CAUSE Story and photos by Army Staff Sgt. Benjamin Cossel THE WIRE | P AGE 11 | FEA T URE R unning alongside the 525 th the program and spent the entire run talking to King about it. also at the physical training session and the run, Borrero walked up to King and as soon as King left the island. simply stated. You always look to young Soldiers to to new heights. Most recently she began Station Guantanamo Bay recycling center where she and groups of Soldiers pop the tops off of aluminum cans for charity. A key player in the 525 th th initially planted the seed of collecting the tops and got the program off the ground. with the recycled aluminum cans. And we to ten Soldiers of the 525 th MP Battalion make their way to the blistering task of separating tops and cans. The crew spends nearly four hours going through large cardboard boxes of cans, collecting the tabs into a small trash bag. said. In a staggering statistic, it takes 1,267 pop tabs to equal a pound. Once the tabs are to the Ronald McDonald House charity group who in turn recycles the aluminum, putting the money back into the organization. been listed as an urban legend by popular myth-debunking websites across the Internet. Organizers of the Ronald McDonald House decided to and peoples desire to help when they launched their pop-tops-for-charity program. Money gained from recycled tabs is used to help defray costs of staying at one of the many Ronald McDonald Houses. Our Ronald McDonald House program families so they can stay close to their hospitalized children at little website explained. While the cause is noble, challenges in bringing it all together. on shifts who cant get to the noting it would be extremely helpful if some coordination could be worked out with the recycling center to place the boxes outside the locked gates for the Troopers access. Its also hard to get people down here on a Saturday to do resident explained, adding the at ten and has dwindled as the program continues. plans to continue as long as she can. Spc. Jeffery Porter and Spc. Ashley Chandler of the 525th Military Police Battalion work through a box of recycled aluminum cans Saturday, Feb. 12 separating pop cans and their tops. see RECYCLE, page 15 Spc. Ashley Chandler, volunteer coordinator with the 525th Military Police Battalion leads various events including pulling tops from pop cans.

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TROO P ER FOCUS | THE WIRE | PAGE 12Boots on the Ground Army Master Sgt. Herminia Diaz Roman, to rely on the people who were on the ground As she became familiar with the new surroundings, Diaz Roman began to notice of those was Tech. Sgt. Georgine Gonzales. guide me through the operation with the what you are doing and the importance of recognizing her leadership, work performance and awards. Despite her accomplishments, Gonzales did not initially plan on a military career. Gonzales attributes much of her success to her family support net, including her 11year-old daughter and career-Army father. My fathers in the Army National Guard going on 30 years, so hes been a big inspiring explained. He still mentors me in different Gonzales takes pride in mentoring her her time to the Drug and Alcohol Program and plays on a softball team. It shows the lower enlisted that staying busy Troopers but by her leadership as well. Gonzales to be a compassionate person, Roman. She is always looking for ways With three months down and three more to What are two things you wish you couldve brought with you to Guantanamo Bay?My cat ... and a girlfriend. Garrett Applegarthtrooper Bullet Bio Time in service: 17 years Hobbies: volunteering, soft ball Education: Associates and bachelors from ITT Technical Institute Pet peeves: Not taking leadership seriously Advice to junior Troopers: Love what you do and do it 100 percent More civilian clothing. Tech. Sgt. Fernando Alejandro see FOCUS, page 15 My X-Box and my bed. Ti Trasper Capt. (Chaplain) Daniel Price My wife and more books. Tech. Sgt. Georgine Gonzales focus| MIND, BODY AND SOULTHE WIRE | PAGE 13 GTMO Religious ServicesDaily Catholic Mass Mon. Fri. 5:30 p.m. Main Chapel Vigil Mass Saturday 5 p.m. Main Chapel Mass Sunday 9 a.m. Main Chapel Catholic Mass Saturday 7:30 p.m. Troopers Chapel Sunday 7:30 a.m. Troopers Chapel Church of Christ Sunday 10 a.m. Chapel Annex Room 17 Seventh Day Adventist Saturday 11 a.m. Room B Iglesia Ni Christo Sunday 5:30 a.m. Room A Pentecostal Gospel Sunday 8 a.m. Room D Liturgical Service Sunday 10 a.m. Room B General Protestant Sunday 11 a.m. Main Chapel United Jamaican Fellowship Sunday 11 a.m. Building 1036 Gospel Service Sunday 1 p.m. Main Chapel GTMO Bay Christian Fellowship Sunday 6 p.m. Main Chapel Bible Study Wednesday 7 p.m. Troopers Chapel The Truth Project Bible study Sunday 6 p.m. Troopers Chapel Protestant Worship Sunday 9 a.m. Troopers Chapel Islamic Service Friday 1:15 p.m. Room C Jewish Service Friday 7 p.m. Chapel Annex LORIMI Gospel Sunday 8 a.m. Room D LDS Service Sunday 10 a.m. Room A Mind, Body & Soul same distractors. Surely people committing these offenses mean no sake of fellow gym-goers, here are some tips on gym etiquette. who smells like a foot. 2. Along the same line, clean benches off when youre done with them. Most gyms facilitate this through an unending supply youre working out with high intensity, its completely acceptable to smell them. them. Bottom line, if you can lift the weight anyway, why not carry to get around you? aimlessly. Aside from looking ridiculous, wandering around in a 5. Keep in mind the purpose of a bench in a gym. Benches in parks are for sitting. Benches in gyms are for exercising. If youre too exhausted to stand while you recuperate, then you probably shouldnt still be lifting. Also, walking around a bit helps keep your 6. Let others work in with you sharing your bench between sets. Sharing is a Sesame Street concept and the gym is a great place needs of their customers. If someone asks to work in with you, take bins, theres absolutely no excuse not to use them. Once more, gyms dont offer a lot of room; stray water bottles quickly turn into you are so stop the IPod karaoke. seems like it must be one of the trickier elements to lifting, so lets break it down Hannibal-style. It takes the weights off the bar or bench. You came to the gym, presumably, to work out, so go ahead and do a little auxiliary lifting. It puts the plates back where they go. the equipment, endangers those around the equipment and startles dropping weights is the exact opposite idea behind lifting. Its neither a slow or controlled motion and you lose out on half the workload and the small size only makes being considerate of others that much Spc. Justin Pierce10 Tips on Gym Etiquette

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AT T HE MOVIES || PAGE 14 | THE WIRE Movie Review What does anyone really expect from much know exactly what youre going to his trademark snark. In short, hell play the stunted adolescent for Blacks breakout role as Barry in High But since then, each time he raises those yawning. yawning. I realize it is aimed toward a much younger audience. I tried to keep that in mind whilst enduring the forced acting, ridiculous himself on a boat headed for Bermuda. Lets little people, shall we? the king (by urinating on it, natch) his new tiny friends begin to bend and bow at his mansion, he teaches them to loosen up, be Spc. Meredith Vincent PG 85 min. see MOVIE, page 15 18 22 21 20 19 23 24Call MWR at ext. 2010 for more information. Movie Hotline call 4880. Just Go With It (PG13) 7 p.m. The Fighter (R) 9 p.m. How Do You Know? (PG13) 7 p.m. Little Fockers (PG13) 7 p.m. Yogi Bear (PG) 7 p.m. Season of the Witch (PG13) 7 p.m. The Fighter (PG13) 7 p.m. Tron Legacy (PG13) 7 p.m. The Fighter (PG13) 10 p.m. Tron Legacy (PG13) 8 p.m. The Fighter (R) 8 p.m. Little Fockers (PG13) 8 p.m. Season of the Witch (PG13) 8 p.m. Gullivers Travels (PG) 8 p.m. Season of the Witch (PG13) 10 p.m. Just Go With It (PG13) 8 p.m.Downtown Lyceum Camp Bulkeley Clipper ClubGullivers Travels (PG) 7 p.m. Season of the Witch (PG13) 9 p.m. THE WIRE | PAGE 15 | THE LAST WORDthe world is our commitment to excellence, and that begins our military great. We should -an absolute sense of mission. They take pride in all they do and people dont do things halfway and they dont take the easy left instead of the hard right. acronym -its a commitment teammates as well. cool and stop talking in horrible phony from the TV series How I Met Your spades. As Horatio, a lower-caste Lilliputian princess, he is supposed to be the emotional distracted by his Rick Astley hair to care about any of that. Honestly, I hung in as long as I could. I really was. Then the robot showed up, go on Guantanamo Bay, Gonzales is looking ahead. Already the recipient of an associates degree in computer design and a bachelors degree in computer technologies from ITT Technical Institute, she is considering pursuing her masters. She is also looking to further her military career by applying no doubt continue impressing with her clear goals about her future and that of her a leader who works hand-to-hand with her peers, subordinates and superiors to get the Each of us is looking for But we see the big picture, too. detainees are properly tried. This is our role in making this whole While security forces are restricting access, public affairs critical responsibility of writing these commissions into the to sun-down, a Trooper from on-hand to escort these media members around the base, to and from the courtroom and standing round-the-clock last year when we had our deployment to Haiti, we captured those lessons learned and incorporated them into our standard another opportunity for us to practice, learn staff, component commands, interagency organizations and other supporting commands and agencies as appropriate. The continuing mission of Army South forces for the full spectrum of military operations in the area of focus. America. Operations range from training partner nation armies to supporting peacekeeping region. a chance to get out amongst the community while earning promotion points. Depending commands, Soldiers who meet the established criteria are awarded the Military Outstanding This is a great chance to help the currently coordinating efforts to restore the efforts. said Borrero who explained tracking was a critical component of awarding the medal. qualities that as a leader you want to nurture To date, the 525 th MP Battalion has accumulated more than 2300 hours of the battalion requirements for the Military RECYCLING cont. MOVIE cont. COMMISSIONS cont. FOCUS cont. SOUTH cont. TROOPER cont.watches in the media operations Once the sun goes down and Ordnanceman 1st st paralegals, witnesses, and feel more like a hotel and less a camp out not an easy task when people are literally in tents. said Brimage. We make sure theyre ready Shea. We stock it the linens, fridges and such. We try our best to create some of the comforts The biggest thing for me is doing some additional things like extra cleaning, getting new mattresses, pillows and keeping said Brimage. It might not sound like a big deal, but when its 100 degrees outside and you get to come into a nice cool room and sleep on nice clean In the end, no matter process, when commissions go Guantanamo is running the and I immediately started thinking about Victorias Secret model they got to replace her would be any good Is it bad when that you start daydreaming about an equally (The answer is, yes.) Bottom line, if youre 10 years old or younger, you might be entertained. one and a half banana rats the half is only better.

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Volume 12, Issue 09 Friday, February 18, 2011 Noor admits aiding al-Qaida Not too bad for my first time! 525th gets hot on the range Jewish Shabbat services return Sgt. 1st Class Donald Jones handles a line on the deck, Feb. 12, of the U.S. Army Runnymede-class large landing craft USAV Chickahominy (LCU 2011). photo Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Elisha Dawkins Ships Serviceman 3rd Class Darold Johnsonbrown combs a detainees beard in Camp VI, Feb 10. Traditionally, in the Navy, Ships Serviceman manages the ships barber shop, laundry, dry cleaning and tailor departments. photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class David P. Coleman Around the Four Troopers play a spirited game of dominos in the Cuzco Barracks, Feb 12. photo Mass Communications Specialist 1st ClassDavid P. Coleman Florida Marlins pitcher Chris Volstad signs a T-shirt for a Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper, Feb. 14, at the Camp America Liberty Center. photo by Army Staff Sgt. Benjamin Cossel