Laredo Sector Border Patrol Announces Leadership Selections
LAREDO, Texas –U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent Mario Martinez announced the addition of several leaders to his command staff.
Joining the command staff of the Laredo Sector are by rank, Division Chief, Anthony Scott Good and Assistant Chief Patrol Agents Edwin Torres, Jaime Fierro, and Milton Moreno.
Division Chief Good entered on duty in 2001 with the El Centro Sector, Calexico Station. Prior to his assignment in Laredo, Chief Good served as the Patrol Agent in Charge for the Tucson Sector, Ajo Station. During his 15-year career with the U.S. Border Patrol, Mr. Good has gained valuable experience through a variety of assignments such as Senior Patrol Agent, Supervisory Border Patrol Agent, Field Operations Supervisor, Special Operations Supervisor, Assistant Chief at Border Patrol Headquarters, and Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge. Division Chief Good holds a Master’s in Military Art and Science, Homeland Security Studies from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Bowling Green State University. Division Chief Good's law enforcement experience, education and leadership positions make him a great addition to the Laredo Sector.
Assistant Chief Torres entered on duty with the Border Patrol in 1994 with the Tucson Sector, Douglas Station. Throughout his career, he has held numerous leadership positions to include: Supervisory Border Patrol Agent, Special Operations Supervisor, Patrol Agent in Charge, Assistant Chief Patrol Agent, and several leadership positions at Border Patrol Headquarters. Prior to his selection as Assistant Chief Patrol Agent for the Laredo Sector, Mr. Torres was an Assistant Chief at Miami Sector. Assistant Chief Torres also served as an Immigration Inspector in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and St. Croix. He served with the U.S. Army in Europe, Asia and Central America, and is currently in the U.S. Army Reserve.
Assistant Chief Fierro entered on duty in 2001 at the Laredo Sector, assigned to the Laredo North station. Mr. Fierro previously served as Acting Director for the Alliance to Combat Transnational Threat for Laredo Sector, and Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge for the Laredo North Station. Mr. Fierro has served in multiple positions; Acting Assistant Chief Patrol Agent, Patrol Agent in Charge, Assistant Patrol Agent in Charge of the Sector Intelligence Unit, Special Operations Supervisor and Field Operations Supervisor. Additionally, Mr. Fierro was detailed to the South Texas Campaign as a Deputy Commander to the Border Security Operations Center as an Assistant Chief at Border Patrol Headquarters, adjutant to the Deputy Chief, and Operations Officer with Enforcement Information Technology. Mr. Fierro has also served as a CBP Advisor in Costa Rica. He holds an associate degree in Applied Science and is a graduate of CBP’s Second-Level Command Preparation Course. Assistant Chief Fierro has prior law enforcement experience as a police officer, and is a veteran of the United States Navy.
Assistant Chief Moreno entered on duty in 2003 with the San Diego Sector, Chula Vista station. In 2004, he graduated as a Border Patrol Search, Trauma and Rescue Unit (BORSTAR) Operator. Mr. Moreno previously served as Assistant Chief Patrol Agent, Marine Liaison, at Border Patrol Headquarters. Mr. Moreno has also served as BORSTAR Deputy Commander, Headquarters Special Operations Group, CBP Advisor to Costa Rica, Acting Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge, Laredo Sector Special Operations Detachment BORSTAR Commander, Supervisory Border Patrol Agent, and as a Physical Training Instructor at the Border Patrol Academy. Assistant Chief Patrol Agent Moreno holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Texas – Pan American, and is a veteran of the United States Army.
“I am honored to have these leaders in the Border Patrol join my command staff at the Laredo Sector. Their selection and promotion brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and leadership,” said Mario Martinez, Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent.
Chief Martinez commands more than 1,700 U.S. Border Patrol Agents and support personnel assigned to the Laredo Sector.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation's borders at and between the official ports of entry. CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.