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BORDER PATROL RGVTX 4h
We will never forget our fallen heroes. On August 3, 2014, we lost Agent . It’s been 6 years, but your legacy lives on at the Kingsville checkpoint named in your honor and we will always remember your dedication to our great nation. “KeepShooting”
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Roy D. Villareal Jul 30
Agents find 34 border crossers stuffed into a stolen Toyota Tundra and a Lincoln Navigator near Douglas, Arizona. Our Agents are highly trained to safely interdict this type of coordinated smuggling attempt. Details:
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(A) Deputy Chief Patrol Agent Lloyd Easterling Jul 27
In the midst of Hurricane Hanna recovery efforts, agents disrupted three separate smuggling attempts that resulted in the seizure of 600 lbs of marijuana worth more than $500K.
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Chief Patrol Agent Aaron M. Heitke Jul 28
Yesterday, agents seized 13 lbs. of at the I-8 checkpoint. Enough to kill nearly 3 million people. Smugglers have no regard for human life. Profit is all that matters to them. values life, smugglers don’t. Read:
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Border Patrol Foundation Aug 2
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Vanessa Croix Aug 2
agents in the Del Rio Sector are mourning the loss of one of their own Agent Agustin Aguilar, Jr. lost his battle with July 25th His family, friends & colleagues gathered Saturday in to say goodbye
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Jason D. Owens Jul 30
Class 1139 had their patch run yesterday, and they are now on the final stretch to becoming Border Patrol Agents! The Patch Run is a rite of passage where the senior class runs with the Academy Chief and other staff to earn their first uniform patch.  
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Roy D. Villareal Aug 2
Tucson Sector Agents rescue people almost daily, and many times it is multiple people each day. This fiscal year through June we rescued more than 980 people. Human life has great value.
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Grouchy Alpacas Aug 1
Two heads is better than one 🧐🧐👀👀 💝💝
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Roy D. Villareal Jul 31
Deputy Chief Patrol Agent Jeffrey Self. Thank you for 32 years of service and leadership. Your contributions to the USBP are remembered across the country. We salute you. Congratulations on your retirement.
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Ally Brito PR Aug 1
Had an eye-opening experience going underground in this drug tunnel with the Drug Czar, Director Jim Carroll from the to learn more about how we protect our borders.
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Gloria I. Chavez Jul 31
Station Agents located a out of while investigating an alien smuggling scheme . We will continue doing all we can to protect our communities and our great nation!
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Daily Sound and Fury 6h
"As always when humanitarian aid in the borderlands is targeted, those who seek care are the ones that face the brunt of these violent escalations."
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Hants Roads Policing Jul 31
66 year old wanted by Dorset Police for perverting the course of justice spotted by #27492 & #25084 (who were already conducting burglary patrols) driving through overnight & was subsequently arrested.
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Pedro Rios 2h
Indeed, a tragedy whenever there is loss of life especially of those seeking a better life. increased w border wall construction. These deaths are a consequence of deadly border walls. always blames smugglers, but never its deterrent strategies.
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CBP Jobs Jul 31
. has a job for you! Join a LIVE WEBINAR 8/5 at 1PM EDT and speak with Border Patrol Agents and HR specialists to learn how you can become a U.S. Agent. All OCONUS military personnel are encouraged to attend. Register TODAY:
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Chief Patrol Agent Aaron M. Heitke Jul 29
After an amazing 35 year run, Agent Chancy Arnold is finally hanging up his hat. Having served throughout his exemplary career, he retires as an Assistant Chief. We are eternally grateful for his service & we wish him a very happy retirement. .
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Roy D. Villareal Jul 31
Agents rescued three people yesterday morning after they activated a rescue beacon in the desert west of Tucson. Rescue beacons and the hard work of our Agents saves many lives.
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Facts About Texas Jul 29
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Jason D. Owens Jul 29
In the 45 yrs since the first females joined the ranks of the , they have done everything to help keep our great county safe. Sadly, in that time, four of those brave women have made the ultimate sacrifice in service of their country. They will never be forgotten.
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