Category:Aviation at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay
Originally the United States Navy operated runways on both the east and west shores of its w:Naval Base Guantanamo Bay. For some time only the runway on the relatively un-used western shore is operational. The facilities of the eastern airfield served as a refugee camp, late in the 20th Century. Its control tower and hangar were used to convene the w:Guantanamo military commissions starting in 2002. In 2007-2009 w:Camp Justice (Guantanamo), facilities for expanded military commissions that were never held, were constructed in temporary facilities on the air strip.
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Media in category "Aviation at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay"
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- Sopwith Camel taking off from USS Mississippi (BB-41) at Guantanamo Bay 1919.jpg 1,895 × 1,129; 1.22 MB
- TA-4Js VC-10 Gitmo NAN8-81.jpg 423 × 547; 65 KB
- US Navy seaplanes at Guantanamo Bay 1927.jpg 1,304 × 937; 629 KB