U.S. Army brings new tools to monitor the southern border
The U.S. Army is laying out a new plan to support customs and border protection at the southern border. The U.S. Army is working with border patrol across the southwest to watch for migrants crossing illegally.
While they're bringing troops with them, they're using new tools as well, including military-grade cameras and mobile surveillance gear. The U.S. Army says they have 2,000 active duty troops stationed in various locations throughout the border.