In 2002 Journalists with the New York Times examined the sites of several former training camps, finding 5,000 documents. According to the New York Times:
The documents show that the training camps, which the Bush administration has described as factories churning out terrorists, were instead focused largely on creating an army to support the Taliban, which was waging a long ground war against the Northern Alliance.
More Guantanamo captives are alleged to have attended this camp than any other camp.
Training lasted for approximately one month.
Different Guantanamo captives are alleged to have been trained on a different mix of weapons at al Farouq. If al Farouq provided training on every weapon American intelligence analysts allege is available there then it would provide training on practically every weapon found on the modern battlefield.