Meet the Group of Veterans Patrolling Arizona Border on the Lookout for Terrorists




Every few months, a group of U.S. veterans dubbed Arizona Border Recon meet up to patrol the border between Arizona and Mexico for seven days and nights in order to find people coming into the country illegally and push them into territory with high Border Patrol officers.

 Complete with night-vision equipment for their 24/7 job, the group sets up and patrols a perimeter of 6-9 miles.

“I don’t know if we can put an end to it, but we can do our part,” one group member told KVOA-TV as they walked along in camo and carrying weapons.

Although the group has been patrolling the border on their own for several years, they have set their sights on potential new threats — Islamic State terrorist who might try to sneak into the U.S. through the southern border.

“There’s Pakistanis, Afghanis all trying to get in, Syrians trying to get in. So we are trying to stop everything and hire vetsanything coming across,” Tim Foley, the field operations director of Arizona Border Recon, told KVOA. ”We have the war on drugs and the war on terror, and it seems that they are combining right here on the border.”

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