About 18 months ago, I harnessed the power of the AHL to ask about working in Kuwait. I had a great response, so I decided to try it again. I got a job offer to work at Guantanamo Bay for SAIC, presumably for the Navy. I assume that it will have nothing to do with Camp X-Ray. It seems [key word here] that it would be a lot more fun than Kuwait, and they talked about the great scuba diving there. They did mention that you need a bicycle or car to get around, which is hard for me to visualize. The downside is that the pay is very low, given that a secret clearance is required and it is a hardship 1-year tour [no spouse - which is not an issue for me.] Part of the reason the pay is so much lower is that I would be going from a System Admin position to a Field Tech position - whatever that is exactly. Sounds like glorified desktop support. Part of me wants to get out of Kuwait and the Middle East, possibly have more fun and adventure in a new area of the world, and get my foot in the door with a big contractor. However, the pay difference is quite large and I am already settled in Kuwait. Does anyone have any experiences about being in Guantanamo that they could share? Thanks in advance.