Joint Task Force Guantanamo

 
What's Happening at GTMO
What's Happening at GTMO
Navy Rear Adm. Peter J. Clarke, outgoing commander for Joint Task Force Guantanamo, and Navy Rear Adm. Edward B. Cashman, the incoming commander, celebrate the change of command ceremony by cutting the cake together April 7, 2017 here at the Naval Station Chapel. Clarke commanded the JTF GTMO from November 2015 to April 2017.
Maj. Gen. David Wood, commander of the 38th Infantry Division, Indiana Army National Guard, speaks with a Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper March 4, 2017 at the J4 section during his visit here. Wood visited JTF GTMO Troopers from the 38th ID currently stationed at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Coast Guard Rear Adm. Pat DeQuattro, deputy commander of the Coast Guard Pacific Area, addresses the Joint Task Force Troopers of the incoming Port Security Unit 305 during a Coast Guard transfer of authority ceremony Feb. 24, 2017 at Windward Point Lighthouse on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Coast Guard has stood the watch in Guantanamo since 2001, ensuring the safety and security of the residents of both the naval station and the Joint Task Force.
A Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper raises his trophy after winning the Morale, Welfare & Recreations Fitness and Figure Competition March 11, 2017 on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Trooper was the winner of the middle-weight division and competed against the winners of the lightweight and heavy-weight division for overall best.
A Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay Trooper crawls out of the mud pit during The GTMO Mudder hosted by Morale, Welfare & Recreation at the golf course Feb. 18, 2017.
A Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper with the Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force 20 ensures that the base boards for the decks for the newly relocated Containerized Housing Units living quarters in Camp Justice are level Feb. 17, 2017  on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The project has many moving parts and phases in order to reach completion, including new footings being poured and the units relocated to create the breaks; steps being built, with railing systems, for egress routes to the outside of the rows of CHUs; barriers placed down the center of the rows to prevent people from walking through the breaks; the sewer lines repurposed; and the sewer and water lines rerouted to the new locations.
A brief reference to the changes in history of a period of 150 years is read during a Black History Observance Ceremony Feb. 24, 2017 at Troopers Chapel on Joint Task Force Guantanamo. The ceremony took place in honor of Black History Month and highlighted the contributions and accomplishments of African Americans.
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Our History at a Glance: Celebrating Black History Month
A brief reference to the changes in history of a period of 150 years is read during a Black History Observance Ceremony Feb. 24, 2017 at Troopers Chapel on Joint Task Force Guantanamo. The ceremony took place in honor of Black History Month and highlighted the contributions and accomplishments of African Americans.
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