Deleted:Bagram detainees' uniforms

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As with the Guantanamo Bay detainee uniforms the Bagram detainees' uniforms are color-coded, to indicate the level of risk camp authorities believe they pose.[1] Detainees the management of the Bagram Theater internment facility considered to represent a high security risk are issued orange uniforms. Those considered a medium risk are issued bottle-green uniforms.


  1. Golnar Motevalli (2010-05-26). "New Afghan prison marks change in Obama strategy". Reuters. Retrieved 2010-05-26. "Bearded and wearing bottle-green overalls over loose brown trousers that indicate he is a medium risk to security, he tells Colonel Robert Arnell, who leads the panel, that all he was doing at the time he was captured was looking for firewood."  mirror