Reflection of a soldier inside Camp V's new detainee medical unit, which became functional in May of 2018. Camp V is also home to single cell units which contain just a few detainees. According to Admiral Ring, the single cells are for those that prefer an environment away from the other prisoners or for those under disciplinary status. Obama planned to shut down the controversial prison, which his administration said cost $450 million a year to operate and currently holds 40 prisoners. In January of 2018, Trump signed an executive order to keep Guantanmo Detention Center open indefinately and new prisoners could be sent there. With plans to keep the prison permanent, JTF estimates it will cost 11.4 million dollars to upgrade Camp V & Camp VI. With the long term plan in place, a Camp VIII will be designed to provide medical care for aging high value Detainees. Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba.