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Sullivan, Eilleen
July 2006
Sea Power;Jul2006, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p34
The article discusses the deployment of the U.S. National Guard border. According to the report, thousands of the National Guard troops were sent to Southwest border in June 2006 to back up the Customs and Border Protection agency and bolster the porous border of the U.S. with Mexico. The deployment is said to cost the Pentagon, the defense center of the country, $1.2 billion.


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