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US troops are interacting with migrants every day at a Texas detention facility
"The work conducted by our military personnel reduces the number of CBP agents required to perform a variety of tasks so that those agents may instead focus primarily on their law enforcement functions."
Trump wants more armed US troops at the border. The Pentagon might send cooks and lawyers instead
Trump wanted more U.S. troops at the border, but this may not be what he had in mind
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has resigned
Deploying Soldier’s In-Laws Face Deportation For Trying To Visit Him On Base
A Mexican immigrant couple living in Brooklyn attempted to visit a family member stationed at Fort Drum, New York, on...
Housing A Separated Migrant Child Costs The US More Than An Admiral’s BAH
To take a migrant child from her parents at a U.S. point of entry, place her in a just-erected government...
I’m A US-Born Army Vet. Why Did Border Patrol Just Try To Arrest Me And My Wife?
Editor's note: Before publication, Task & Purpose reached out to U.S. Customs and Border Protection for a comment on the experiences...