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|GreywlfMcWilliams||Deffanision for GITMO is wrong.||6||May 12 2013, 1:16 PM EDT by froggg|
Thread started: May 11 2013, 2:13 PM EDT Watch
First it is not run by NCIS (OR AS NIS as it use to be referred) United States Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (also called Gitmo or GTMO by the Sailors and Marines that have been stationed there) is located on 45 square miles (120 km2) of land and water at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba which the United States leased for use as a coaling and naval station in the Cuban-American Treaty of 1903. The base is located on the shore of Guantanamo Bay at the southeastern end of Cuba. It is the oldest overseas U.S. Naval Base, and the only military installation located in a country with which the United States does not share diplomatic relations.
Since 2002, the Naval base has contained a military prison, the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, for persons alleged to be unlawful combatants captured in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other places
|quiltbunnyr||Glossary||10||Sep 11 2012, 3:46 AM EDT by Sorgiña|
Thread started: Mar 3 2010, 6:38 PM EST Watch
Has anyone started a glossary where fans can get definitions of words or initials used on NCIS? My grandson in the army reserves got me a definition of "sig" but I have yet to get the derivation of "six-hour" or "crackerjacks".
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|Zivas_boy_toy||***ADD: Shalom||0||Mar 11 2009, 2:07 AM EDT by Zivas_boy_toy|
Thread started: Mar 11 2009, 2:07 AM EDT Watch
Shalom, or Shalom aleichem (more formal), is the Hebrew term for "aloha". No, seriously, it IS used for hello and goodbye, but translates to "peace" or "peace be with you". It is very close to the Arabic greeting "Salaam alaychem" or "Peace be with you", to which you reply "Ayalaychem es salaam", or And to you, peace".
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