U.S. government adds two more unmanned aircraft to monitor border with Mexico

U.S. authorities on Tuesday acquired a new unmanned aircraft for tasks of high-tech surveillance overflights and the Arizona border, looking for drug traffickers and illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico.The Predator drone-B is located in the Security Operations Center Air National Sierra Vista, a few miles north of the border with Mexico to southeastern Arizona, the agency said Customs and Border Protection (CBP, for its acronym in English). Read Article

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