The camp at Tabaga was surrounded by four thick, wooden stockade-like fences nearly fifteen feet high. Over each fence stretched several rows of barbed wire and another wire connected to the alarm system. Massive spirals of barbed wire lay between the first two fences. Armed guards with dogs patrolled the area between the last set of fences. If the alarm was triggered, a piercing screech would rip through the air and a flashing red light at the control point pinpointed where the alarm was set off, sending soldiers rushing to the location.
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