Part of me had chosen to simply disregard all my years of service and didn’t care to wear a badge anymore.
Why are you being attacked now? Why were your friends killed at work? Are you next?
I’ve never stated nor indicated, nor will I ever, that I’m ashamed of my roots or nationality.
As you begin your patrol along the Rio Grande, your mind wanders briefly to the challenges that await you.
What has the public learned about Border Patrol agents just this year alone?
We should be proud of the oath we’ve taken that guides us to give everything to protect our country.
I’ve witnessed a compassion and dedication like no other, when it seems the majority of the country is against us.
This person carries the weight of the world and ensures there’s a safe haven at the end of each shift.
None of the agents had ever given him reason to fear, yet he always felt terrified whenever he was caught.
It is our ultimate symbol of love, unites us and grants us the courage to always do our best.
People saying agents are running “concentration camps” for migrants don’t understand the consequences of their words.
From time to time, because of my job in the Border Patrol, my nationality has been questioned.