hard site

hard site

[′härd ¦sīt]
(ordnance)
Underground missile-launching site, control center, or other facility that can withstand in varying degrees the effects of an enemy nuclear blast.
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The abuses that were prosecuted took place in the hard site, specifically Tiers 1A and 1B, though they mainly involved detainees brought to the hard site from the tent camps.
On October 25, three suspected criminals (with no intelligence value for the military) were lodged in the hard site when the guards suspected they had raped an Iraqi boy in the prison.
Titan was filed six years ago on behalf of Iraqis who were tortured and otherwise seriously abused while detained and currently includes hundreds of plaintiffs, including many individuals who were detained at the notorious hard site at Abu Ghraib,.
She was sneaking out in the middle of the night, going to the hard site.