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Welcome to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay

Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Sailors face off against Joint Task Force Guantanamo Troopers in the annual Captain's Cup. (Photo by JTF-GTMO Public Affairs) Children and adults alike enjoyed the Slide Into Summer event hosted by Morale, Welfare and Recreation. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monique K. Meeks, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Office) Residents celebrate Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a variety of 14 different regional foods prepared by residents, music, games, and a speech by Chief Hospital Corpsman Joaquin Barredo. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monique K. Meeks, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Office) Naval Staion Guantanamo Bay hosted a Memorial Day ceremony at Cuzco Wells cemetery. ((Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monique K. Meeks, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Office) Chief John Dempster relieved Chief David Knapp as Officer in Charge of U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Detachment Guantanamo Bay during a Change of Responsibility ceremony held at the base chapel. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monique K. Meeks, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Office) Commander David Walker, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay's (NSGB) executive officer, takes a bio-degradable memorial wreath, created by NSGB MWR director Tara Culbertson, to place into the Bay in memory of those lost during the Battle of Midway. NSGB's Battle of Midway commemoration, held on June 5, focused on relating  Midway’s significance to the modern U.S. Navy and to the heroism and innovation of its fighters. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monique K. Meeks, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Public Affairs Office)

Installation Information

Naval Station Guantanamo Bay is the forward, ready, and irreplaceable U.S. sea power platform in the Caribbean. For more than a century, its presence has given decision makers unique options across the range of military and interagency operations.

As the premier southern-most deep-water U.S. Naval Base in the Western Hemisphere, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay strives to provide state-of-the-art self-sustaining infrastructure, while supporting unified, inter-agency joint operations, and training. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay provides a high quality of life for all residents and preserves the installation’s sensitive environmental, historic, and cultural resources.

 

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