Saturday, April 07, 2007

The Border Patrol supports the Minutemen

Setting up the Post

A Minuteman observing

A Minuteman Woman

Two Border Patrol Field Supervisors pledged an increase in support to MCDC April operations. MCDC will continue its support of the Border Patrol and defense of the United States by conducting the bi-annual thirty day national muster along the U.S.-Mexican border in California, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona as well as monitoring the U.S.-Canada border in New York, New Hampshire and Washington State.
Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC) volunteers spent the weekend assisting U.S. Border Patrol along the U.S.-Mexico border, where Border Patrol agents successfully apprehended over 135 illegal aliens out of the almost 400 that were observed entering the United States in the Altar Valley of Arizona. These apprehensions all occurred during the first sixty hours of "Operation Stand Your Ground"—MCDC’s national border monitoring effort scheduled throughout the entire month of April, with participation from over 3,500 volunteers and 2 Minutemen observation planes


At 7:44 PM, Blogger The Constitutionalist said...

Hi Sally! How's it going' down there? Keep up the good work!

Frank Alvarez, MBA


At 9:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's a pretty good shot of ole Dave...Are you two an item again?

Wayne, Muskogee, OK

At 2:03 PM, Blogger sally said...

No, Wayne, we are not an item. I'm just too much woman for Ole Dave. Maybe he'll have better luck in Oklahoma!!
But we did have two fun evenings together on the AZ MM line. ;-)

At 3:01 PM, Anonymous Pat Barber said...

Thanks for your service, Sally! (Glad you and Dave aren't an item...I was getting jealous.)


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