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A CBP air interdiction agent patrols the sky in a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter. (photo by Josh Denmark)
Two CBP Air unit UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters patrol the southwest border region.
A CBP Bell Huey II readies for takeoff. (photo by Josh Denmark)
The Pilatus PC-12, multirole enforcement aircraft can deploy rapidly and operate safely in remote areas. It provides mission versatility, including air interdiction and aerial surveillance to the fleet of A&M aircraft.
A CBP UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter flies over an island in Puerto Rico searching for people seeking asylum in the U.S.
UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter with tactical agents demonstrating fast-rope techniques.
A CBP Black Hawk helicopter conducts a familiarization flight near New York CIty a few days prior to this year's Super Bowl.
A CBP UH-60 Black Hawk flies over the northern border near the Washington-Canada border.
A CBP AS-350 A-Star helicopter conducts routine patrol in San Diego.
Two CBP marine unit Midnight Express boats patrol the waters off Miami.
CBP marine interdiction agent patrol the waters off San Diego.
The P-3 Long Range Tracker Aircraft detects and tracks multiple targets and the accompanying aircraft intercepts, identifies and tracks those suspect targets.
A CBP AW-139 helicopter lands in a remote area.
Two CBP Marine unit Midnight Express boats patrol the waters off of Florida's shores.
The P-3 Airborne Early Warning Aircraft is utilized primarily for long-range patrols along the entire U.S. border, and in source and transit zone countries, throughout Central and South America.
Customs and Border Protection works side by side with interagency partners at the Caribbean Air and Marine Operations Center.
A pair of CBP's unmanned aircraft in Sierra Vista, Ariz.
Two CBP marine interceptor vessels patrol the waters off of the U.S.
A CBP Cessna C-550 Citation patrolling the seas.
A CBP midnight express' in pursuit along the northern border region.
A CBP Air unit Citation Jet patrols the waters off of a National Park of the United States.
A CBP marine interdiction agent on patrol along the coast of Puerto Rico.
A CBP surveillance plane readies for takeoff. (photo by Josh Denmark)
CBP planes patrol the airspace near the southwest border.