Border Patrol at 19,000 Feet

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A Predator UAV climbed into the early morning Arizona sky June 1 and headed east to conduct the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's first surveillance flight along the U.S.-Mexican border in Texas.
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Jun 13, 2010
 
After watching the documentary called Border War, I couldn't agree more! The drones do an outstanding job! yoo hoo
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Jun 13, 2010
 
I am sure it does a great job. Now who will use the information it sends back? How long will it take to get to the place it spots someone? How many illegals have been caught by this unarmed drone? Isn't this just a ploy to shut up the masses wanting something done here on the border.
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Jun 13, 2010
 
BB fan wrote:
I am sure it does a great job. Now who will use the information it sends back? How long will it take to get to the place it spots someone? How many illegals have been caught by this unarmed drone? Isn't this just a ploy to shut up the masses wanting something done here on the border.
No not really, how long will it take for someone to get to a specific location will of course depend upon location to nearest BP agent(s) or office.I watched a new report, if it was right, by the time the drone see's the illegals, the people flying the drone must determine a few things and of course a radio call, usually takes about 11 minutes until BP knows about it.

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