Asked in US Military
What is the name of the only US military base in Cuba?
Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
Asked in Cuba
Allowed the US to establish two naval stations in Cuba?
A treaty signed in 1934 allowed the United States to establish a naval base in Cuba. This base was named Guantanamo Bay. ...
What type of US military base was located in cuba?
It is a Naval base ~ see related link below .
Asked in Cuba, US Military Bases
What is the US Naval Base in Cuba?
The base is called Guantanamo. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, or as it is commonly known, "Gitmo." In February 23, 1903 the US was granted a perpetual lease for the property. Cuba has only cashed one of the checks for the lease since 1934. Cuba claims the lease is invalid and the US maintains that it is a valid agreement. This based is operated by the navy. It is called Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. ...
What is the name of the maximum prison at the guantanamo bay naval base in cuba?
the maximum prison at the guantanamo bay naval base in cuba?
Asked in Insurance, Auto Insurance, Cuba, Jamaica
Where can a jamaican working for the us government get auto insurance to drive on naval base guntanamo bay cuba?
Where can i purshase auto insurance to operate my privately owned vehicle while working for the US Government on Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Cuba ...
What was the name of the naval base which the US established in Cuba after the spanish American war?
Guantanamo Bay, which remains in US hands despite objections by Castro's Cuba. ...
Who gave the US the right to put a naval base in cuba?
The Commander in Chief of the US; when the US defeated Spain in the Spanish-American War of 1898. ...
Asked in War and Military History
Where is the us naval base at Guantanamo Bay located?
Southeastern corner of Cuba in the Caribbean Sea. 19o54' North, 75o09' West. ...
Was US intervention in Cuba and Guatemala warranted?
In the internal affairs of Cuba, the US has no right to intervene. Regarding the US Naval Base at Guantonamo, as long as the US pays its lease, doesn't abandon the property and doesn't agree to terminate its lease, the Guantanamo will remain under US control. ...
Why does Cuba allow the US to maintain a military presence in their country?
More than likely Cuba does not have much choice in the matter - it is the status quo. Plus, is Cuba even able to make America leave? Its also possible that Cuba gets some benefit from it and therefore does not want the US to leave. ...
What is the name of the US naval station located in Cuba?
Asked in History of the United States, Cuba, Population
How did the US get Guantanamo Bay?
The US first seized Guantanamo Bay and established a naval base there in 1898 during the Spanish-American War. In 1903, the US and Cuba signed a lease granting the US permission to use the land as a coaling and naval station. The lease satisfied the Platt Amendment; this amendment stated a naval base at "certain specific points agreed upon by the President of the United States" was needed to "enable the United States to maintain independence of Cuba." The US and Cuba...
Is there a McDonald's in every state in the US?
Yes! There are McDonald's fast food establishments in all of the 50 US states and in Puerto Rico, Guam, the US Virgin Islands, and and the Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba. === === ...
Asked in Nuclear Weapons
Why were the Americans afraid of the US having the nuclear base at Cuba?
Cuba is too close to the US.
Asked in US Military
What is the name of the only us military base on the communist island country of cuba?
Guantanamo Bay is the base on Cuba.
Why did the United States make Cuba a protectorate?
The Platt Amendment made Cuba a US protectorate (a country under the control and protection of another country). After Cuba accepted the Platt Amendment, US troops withdrew. The Amendment was eventually repealed, but the United States retained its lease on the naval base at Guantanamo Bay. ...
Asked in Cuba, Imperialism
When did imperialism take place in Cuba?
In 1901, the Platt Amendment was signed. The Platt Amendment gave the U.S. a lot of power to intervene in Cuba. It also gave America the right to establish an (American) military base in Cuba, knows as the Guantánamo naval base. ...
Asked in Cuba
Why would there be an embargo on trade between the US and Cuba?
At the time of the communist revolution in Cuba, Castro nationalized all the American property in Cuba (not counting the Guantanamo Bay naval base), which is to say, he seized it for the Cuban government and did not pay for it. The US is holding a grudge about this. Aside from that, Cuba has been hostile toward the US throughout the Cold War period, and always opposed anything the US was trying to do. Relations between the two countries are very bad. ...