FOX News' Catherine Herridge is the only American network TV correspondent at Guantanamo Bay for the first session of the "Obama Commissions."
The closed door session is the case of Omar Khadr, who was picked up on the battlefield in Afghanistan in 2002, at the age of 15. Khadr is accused of killing a U.S. soldier.
During Herridge's trip, she will be staying in what's known as "tent city," a cluster of tents where journalists share sleeping accommodations. Journalists bunk together away from the military, with separate tents for men and women.
All photos Herridge and her photographer Geoff Doyle took were reviewed by the military. News outlets are not allowed to photograph any of the security — the barbed wire, the barricades, cameras, fencing, guard towers as well as the antennas that dot the landscape.
Watch Special Report on Monday at 6 p.m. ET to see Catherine Herridge's report from Guantanamo Bay.