Where is Camp Delta located?

Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
The United States currently holds approximately 650 people at Camp Delta (previously Camp X-Ray), part of the U.S. military base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

Is Guantanamo Bay a U.S. territory?

The United States assumed territorial control over the southern portion of Guantánamo Bay under the 1903 Lease. The United States exercises jurisdiction and control over this territory, while recognizing that Cuba retains ultimate sovereignty.

Can you visit Guantánamo Bay?

Civilians cannot simply purchase a plane ticket and fly to Guantánamo Bay as a tourist. Visitors must be approved to visit Guantánamo Bay before making the trip. In most cases, visitors are sponsored by an active-duty service member or civilian contractor stationed or living on the naval base.

Who runs Guantánamo Bay?

United States Navy
Guantanamo Bay Naval Base

Naval Station Guantanamo Bay
Owner Government of Cuba (de jure) U.S. federal government (de facto)
Operator United States Navy
Controlled by Navy Region Southeast
Condition Operational

Are there any female prisoners in Guantánamo Bay?

Nearly one in five guards in the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay is a woman. Their job is the same as the men, to guard detainees who don’t see them as their equals. “Of course being a female in this specific and unique environment has its limitations and its challenges,” one female guard told NBC 6.

Are there any prisoners left in Guantánamo Bay?

Since the first detainees arrived in 2002, the United States’ detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has housed a total of 779 detainees. There are currently 80 detainees remaining in Guantanamo Bay. The remaining detainee population is generally composed of hardened and unrepentant terrorist.

Can you visit Guantanamo Bay?

Who runs Guantanamo Bay?