At the Pentagon's showcase prison camps, commanders reported minimal damage. Ike whipped winds drove tarp-like screens at the prisons into some concertina wire.
But by Tuesday, the most cooperative war-on-terror captives were back in their communal bunkhouse yards at Camp 4 hanging laundry in the post-Ike sunshine.
"The storm passed quickly enough whereby the detainees couldn't get too restless.," said Army Brig Gen. Gregory Zanetti, deputy camps commander.
CAROL ROSENBERG, from Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, The Miami Herald