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Elbit Systems’ Intelligent Autonomous Trailer-Mounted Surveillance Towers Selected by CTTSO, CBP

Enhancing situational awareness, autonomy, automation and increasing safety: These advanced technology characteristics are key for those dedicated to protecting the United States. Elbit Systems of America meets these requirements by delivering two variants of intelligent and autonomous trailer-mounted surveillance tower systems, which will reduce operator workload and increase situational awareness and safety. In late 2019,… Keep Reading

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How CBP Is Moving to End an Incoming COVID Wave From Mexico

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Marco Gonzales was working the brush in the cooking heat of late June one night near his home town of Del Rio when he spotted four or five Mexicans together fresh out of the Rio Grande. Once among them, he noticed all were showing Covid symptoms, his 23-year-old daughter Catherine Gonzales… Keep Reading

CBP Nashville Welcomes New Port Director

Allen began his career in law enforcement in 1992 and joined the federal government as a Customs inspector in January 2002. He later converted to an officer under the newly created CBP on March 2003. Keep Reading

CBP CIO to Leave After Three Years

A CBP spokesman confirmed Landfried’s decision to retire after 16 years of federal service. The spokesman said Sonny Bhagowalia, the deputy assistant commissioner and deputy CIO, will be take over for Landfried in the interim. Keep Reading

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