Securing Our Border

By Sgt. Jim GreenhillJanuary 24, 2007

A National Guard Soldier who is a member of an entry identification team, watches the Mexican border.
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National Guard Soldiers act as the eyes and ears for the Border Patrol, but by law, do not participate in an enforcement role.
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While some National Guard Soldiers are at observation posts along the border, others are inside monitoring video of border activity.
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National Guard Soldiers discuss live border surveillance images.
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A National Guard Soldier calls in a sighting of suspected illegal aliens or smugglers crossing the border from Mexico to the U.S., as she monitors surveillance equipment at the Nogales Border Patrol station.
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