Harry Henry spends one of his last days working going over paperwork on the U.S. Naval Station base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012. Henry travels from home in the Cuban city of Guantanamo to his job on the U.S. Navy base at the southeastern edge of his country, a journey that takes less than an hour but spans two worlds. Now the trek he has made each workday for decades is about to come to an end. Henry, the last of what were once hundreds of Cubans commuting daily to work at the base, is retiring at the end of the month. (AP Photo/Suzette Laboy)

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Harry Henry spends one of his last days working going over paperwork on the U.S. Naval Station base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012. Henry travels from home in the Cuban city of Guantanamo to his job on the U.S. Navy base at the southeastern edge of his country, a journey that takes less than an hour but spans two worlds. Now the trek he has made each workday for decades is about to come to an end. Henry, the last of what were once hundreds of Cubans commuting daily to work at the base, is retiring at the end of the month. (AP Photo/Suzette Laboy)
Harry Henry spends one of his last days working going over paperwork on the U.S. Naval Station base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012. Henry travels from home in the Cuban city of Guantanamo to his job on the U.S. Navy base at the southeastern edge of his country, a journey that takes less than an hour but spans two worlds. Now the trek he has made each workday for decades is about to come to an end. Henry, the last of what were once hundreds of Cubans commuting daily to work at the base, is retiring at the end of the month. (AP Photo/Suzette Laboy)
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