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Executive Summary on Migrant Caravan Movement Toward US Southern Border

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SENTINEL INTELLIGENCE SERVICES, LLC

Monday –

December the 17th, 2018

1100Hrs; C.S.T. (Texas)

______________________

 BRIEFING CLASSIFICATION:   NOT RESTRICTED – OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE//OSINT

SUBJECT OF BRIEFING:             Executive Summary on Migrant Caravan movement toward U.S Southern Border

FOR YOUR ANALYSIS AND CONSIDERATION:

See attached report –

Lyle J. Rapacki,Ph.D.

______________________

LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D.

Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist

Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment

Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst

U.S. Border Intelligence Group

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Executive Summary-Central American Migrant Caravan

December 13, 2018

 

 

 

Summary

Tijuana PD and Federal Police (PF) assisted Foreign Operations Branch (FOB) Agents at Goat’s Canyon where a group of five Honduran nationals (family unit) from the caravan made entry into the United States, according to CBP reporting. PF advised additional Caravan migrants waiting to go over the border fence, to go to a shelter and not seek illegal entry into the United States. Additionally, FOB, with assistance from PF, is actively trying to identify members of the media reported to be helping people from the Caravan to climb over the border fence into the United States.

Migrant Group

Formation

Size

Description

Location

Destination

Group 1

13-21 October Honduras

~ 4,540

Majority Honduran with some Guatemalan and Salvadoran

Tijuana

Tijuana

Group 2

13-21 October Honduras

~ 530

Majority Honduran with some Guatemalan and Salvadoran

Mexicali

Tijuana/Mexicali

 

Line of Effort 1: Local Outreach Efforts

Region IX:

  • The International Liaison Unit (ILU) and Foreign Operations Branch (FOB) remains attached to the Tijuana Area Command Center (TACC).
  • Coordination with the U.S. Consulate – Tijuana, Regional Security Officer and ILU is active and ongoing.
  • San Diego Area Command continues to host multiagency state and local meetings to inform all partners on all aspects of operations and efforts.
  • Area Commands continue to engage with local and state first responders to inform them on the current status of the migrant caravan as well as reinforce established partnerships.

Line of Effort 2: CBP – DoD Efforts

Region IX:

  • The CBP Region IX Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is currently operating 24/7 with established Operations, Planning, Logistics and Finance sections. AMO has operational oversight of air operations at the EOC.
  • Operations Section continues to work with Special Response Team (SRT) and supporting federal agencies to maintain comprehensive and agile response and posture across CBP Region IX.

o Organizing logistics for barrier materials that will remain after DoD engineering drawdown.

  • Logistics Section continues to manage transportation and lodging requirements for all TDY personnel assigned to Region IX.
  • The EOC is monitoring the pending installation of 12 persistent video systems by the San Diego Sector Intel Unit. These systems will augment current border surveillance.

o Five Mobile Video Surveillance System (MVSS) units have arrived to the San Diego AOR. MVSS assets will provide real time surveillance while in the field for training until December 22nd when all equipment will be permanently deployed.

o One tethered drone is scheduled to arrive December 17th followed with FAA 107 training, this unit will provide persistent surveillance over many areas of concern.

  • A large portion of the temporary dirt berm and wire barrier along the Tijuana River Canal Boundary Line was washed away by heavy rains.

o The area has persistent video surveillance and on scene BP assets.

o CBP private contractor Cerrudo continues to make repairs which began on December 10th.

  • Planning Section is actively managing WebEOC requests for information/assistance (RFI/RFA), developing a LFC Region IX sustainability and demobilization plan for LFC review, and coordinating with OFAM to establish alternate processing facilities.
  • Finance/Admin Section continues to process and reconcile travel documents, ensuring adequate funding at Ports of Entry (POE) and coordinating the creation of a Time and Attendance Unit.
  • Region IX operations and supporting partners remain postured to activate response forces including Quick Reaction Force (QRF) teams, obstacles plans, and medical teams.

Office of Intelligence

  • Office of Intelligence (OI) has established an Intel Unit at the Region IX EOC to collaborate with field intelligence units and coordinate Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) synchronization. Highlights for this reporting period:
  • Monitoring caravan organizers and advocate groups.

o Mexican Federal Police (PF), reported that caravan leadership is fracturing. Part of the Caravan is following Fernando Hernandez Mateo and others are loyal to Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa.

§ PF added that Ireneo Mujica has seemed to lost relevance among caravan migrants.

o December 10th – 18th American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) “Love Knows No Borders – Week of Action”.

§ Previous demonstration at Border Field Park resulted in 33 arrest/citations, three for assault.

§ Today, December 12th, the group plans to conduct a border wall tour and demonstration in Tijuana, MX. (0900-1400 hours) (Exact location and number of participants are unknown).

o December 15th – “La Posada Sin Fronteras” yearly event at Friendship Park in support of the migrants. (1400-1600 hours) (181 attending – 644 interested).

o December 15th – “America First Rally” anti-caravan solidarity gathering at the San Ysidro Interstate 5 freeway pedestrian bridge. (1100 hours) (30 attending – 161 interested).

o December 19th – “Caravan Supply and Peace Rally” event at Horton Plaza, downtown San Diego. Donations will be collected for migrants. (4 attending – 19 interested).

  • Coordination continues with our partners to provide a demographic breakdown of migrants that remain in Mexico.

o CBP Intel Watch Numbers as of December 11, 2018.

§ Total Caravan Migrants in Tijuana and Mexicali is estimated at 4,677

§ 2,500 Migrants in El Barretal Shelter

§ 240 Migrants outside the Benito Juarez Sport Complex

§ 1,159 Migrants dispersed in different 15 shelters throughout Tijuana

§ 350 Migrants in Caracol Social Center – Tijuana

§ 160 Migrants in other locations

§ 100 Migrants in El Mapa Park in tents

§ 527 Migrants in various Mexicali Shelters

Air and Marine Operations

  • To date, AMO manned assets have flown 807 missions resulting in 1,865.5 hours. AMO unmanned assets flew 36 missions resulting in 250.3 hours. Combined total of manned and UAS flights to date resulted in 843 missions and 2,115.8 hours.

Special Response Team

  • SRT has deployed a total of 111 Operators to Region IX, 103 in San Diego and 8 in Tucson.
  • SRT has trained 810 CBP officers in Region IX with MFF training.
  • Coordinating integration of federal law enforcement agencies supporting CBP efforts.
  • 131 HSI agents are readily available to support Region IX operations.
  • 33 DEA agents within the San Diego AOR have been identified and are ready respond to the POE should the need arise. DEA does not have a consistent physical presence at any POEs.

DoD

  • DoD overall personnel total 2,909 including 723 Engineers and 718 Military Police (MP).
  • Task Force (TF) Protector Elements are fully operational with MPs and DoD engineering units ready to perform port closures.
  • DoD fast rope training for SOD and SRT will commence today, December 12th at 1400 hours utilizing DoD assets at Camp Pendleton.

Region VI:

Personnel in Region VI: 896

DoD reallocation movements

DOD staff received their Deployment Order and have begun phasing troops out 10DEC18 in the following order:

  • 10DEC18- Advanced DoD Party departs for Home-stations to set conditions for the redeployment of personnel and equipment (15 pax total)
  • HHC, 89TH MP BDE shifts from a main command post to a tactical command post on 10DEC18, and will move the majority of HHC personnel to Base Camp Donna to prepare for redeployment on 12DEC18. A trail party will remain at RGV-HQ for the next 48-72 hours prior to shifting operations to Base Camp Donna.
  • First wave departs today (12DEC18); Resulting in a 48% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Second wave departs on 14DEC18; Resulting in a 74% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Third wave departs on 17DEC18; resulting in a 97% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.

Remediation efforts:

  • Between 11-18 DEC18, Base Camp Donna will have all C-wire removed and reclamation of the land will commence. Projected completion of land remediation is NLT 18DEC18.

Equipment movement:

  • Line Haul operations for equipment began 10DEC18 and will continue through 18DEC18, when all Task Force Griffin equipment in the STX AO is projected to have departed.

No new C-Wire deployed

Total C-Wire deployed: 8.74 miles

Hidalgo POE = Fortification To Date: .21 mile – Impedence Under / Around Hidalgo POE To Date: 1.38 miles

Donna POE = Fortification To Date: 1.23 miles – Impedence Under / Around Donna POE To Date: .94 mile

Anzalduas POE = Fortification To Date: .34 mile – Impedence Under / Around Anzalduas POE To Date: 1 mile

Pharr POE = Fortification To Date: .51 mile

BRO Gateway POE = Fortification To Date: .07 mile – Impedence Under / Around Gateway POE To Date: .91 mile

Brownsville / Mexico (B&M) POE = Fortification To Date: .004 mile- Impedence Under / Around B&M POE To Date: .70 mile. .004 mile of impedance C-wire reworked to current fencing infrastructure at B&M POE.

Los Indios POE = Fortification To Date: .012 mile

Laredo Gateway to the Americas (Bridge #1) = Fortification To Date: .19 mile- Impedence Under / Around Laredo Bridge #1 POE To Date: .73 mile

Laredo Juarez-Lincoln International (Bridge #2) = Fortification To Date: .2 mile- Impedence Under / Around Laredo Bridge #2 POE To Date: .81 mile

USBP/OFO/SRT:

  • 147 USBP personnel detailed from Region VI to Region IX
    • 32 ELP to San Diego / YUM
    • 70 LRT to San Diego
    • 23 DRT to San Diego / YUM
    • 12 NOL to San Diego
    • 10 BBT to YUM
  • 439 MFF OFO Officers detailed from Region VI to Region IX
  • 5 RGV MVSS with operators arrived on 10DEC18.
    • Total: 110 SOD Agents deployed 12/9/18:
      • RGV: 25 agents
      • SOG: 36 agents—1 arrives on the 16th (Dorsey, Justin)
      • Big Bend Sector: 2 agents
      • Laredo Sector: 32 agents
      • Del Rio Sector: 15 agents

AIR Contingent/RGV (previous 24HRS):

    • Laredo, Uvalde and El Paso Air Branches continue POE over flights and contingency planning.
    • Flights are being tracked locally in TOMIS.
    • DoD Air contingent returned to home bases

Past 24: CBP Air Branches 32.5 flight hours throughout Region VI in support of Operation Secure Line

 § Today, December 12th, the group plans to conduct a border wall tour and demonstration in Tijuana, MX. (0900-1400 hours) (Exact location and number of participants are unknown).

o December 15th – “La Posada Sin Fronteras” yearly event at Friendship Park in support of the migrants. (1400-1600 hours) (181 attending – 644 interested).

o December 15th – “America First Rally” anti-caravan solidarity gathering at the San Ysidro Interstate 5 freeway pedestrian bridge. (1100 hours) (30 attending – 161 interested).

o December 19th – “Caravan Supply and Peace Rally” event at Horton Plaza, downtown San Diego. Donations will be collected for migrants. (4 attending – 19 interested).

  • Coordination continues with our partners to provide a demographic breakdown of migrants that remain in Mexico.

o CBP Intel Watch Numbers as of December 11, 2018.

§ Total Caravan Migrants in Tijuana and Mexicali is estimated at 4,677

§ 2,500 Migrants in El Barretal Shelter

§ 240 Migrants outside the Benito Juarez Sport Complex

§ 1,159 Migrants dispersed in different 15 shelters throughout Tijuana

§ 350 Migrants in Caracol Social Center – Tijuana

§ 160 Migrants in other locations

§ 100 Migrants in El Mapa Park in tents

§ 527 Migrants in various Mexicali Shelters

Air and Marine Operations

  • To date, AMO manned assets have flown 807 missions resulting in 1,865.5 hours. AMO unmanned assets flew 36 missions resulting in 250.3 hours. Combined total of manned and UAS flights to date resulted in 843 missions and 2,115.8 hours.

Special Response Team

  • SRT has deployed a total of 111 Operators to Region IX, 103 in San Diego and 8 in Tucson.
  • SRT has trained 810 CBP officers in Region IX with MFF training.
  • Coordinating integration of federal law enforcement agencies supporting CBP efforts.
  • 131 HSI agents are readily available to support Region IX operations.
  • 33 DEA agents within the San Diego AOR have been identified and are ready respond to the POE should the need arise. DEA does not have a consistent physical presence at any POEs.

DoD

  • DoD overall personnel total 2,909 including 723 Engineers and 718 Military Police (MP).
  • Task Force (TF) Protector Elements are fully operational with MPs and DoD engineering units ready to perform port closures.
  • DoD fast rope training for SOD and SRT will commence today, December 12th at 1400 hours utilizing DoD assets at Camp Pendleton.

Region VI:

Personnel in Region VI: 896

DoD reallocation movements

DOD staff received their Deployment Order and have begun phasing troops out 10DEC18 in the following order:

  • 10DEC18- Advanced DoD Party departs for Home-stations to set conditions for the redeployment of personnel and equipment (15 pax total)
  • HHC, 89TH MP BDE shifts from a main command post to a tactical command post on 10DEC18, and will move the majority of HHC personnel to Base Camp Donna to prepare for redeployment on 12DEC18. A trail party will remain at RGV-HQ for the next 48-72 hours prior to shifting operations to Base Camp Donna.
  • First wave departs today (12DEC18); Resulting in a 48% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Second wave departs on 14DEC18; Resulting in a 74% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Third wave departs on 17DEC18; resulting in a 97% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.

Remediation efforts:

  • Between 11-18 DEC18, Base Camp Donna will have all C-wire removed and reclamation of the land will commence. Projected completion of land remediation is NLT 18DEC18.

Equipment movement:

  • Line Haul operations for equipment began 10DEC18 and will continue through 18DEC18, when all Task Force Griffin equipment in the STX AO is projected to have departed.

No new C-Wire deployed

Total C-Wire deployed: 8.74 miles

Hidalgo POE = Fortification To Date: .21 mile – Impedence Under / Around Hidalgo POE To Date: 1.38 miles

Donna POE = Fortification To Date: 1.23 miles – Impedence Under / Around Donna POE To Date: .94 mile

Anzalduas POE = Fortification To Date: .34 mile – Impedence Under / Around Anzalduas POE To Date: 1 mile

Pharr POE = Fortification To Date: .51 mile

Region IX:

  • The CBP Region IX Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is currently operating 24/7 with established Operations, Planning, Logistics and Finance sections. AMO has operational oversight of air operations at the EOC.
  • Operations Section continues to work with Special Response Team (SRT) and supporting federal agencies to maintain comprehensive and agile response and posture across CBP Region IX.

o Organizing logistics for barrier materials that will remain after DoD engineering drawdown.

  • Logistics Section continues to manage transportation and lodging requirements for all TDY personnel assigned to Region IX.
  • The EOC is monitoring the pending installation of 12 persistent video systems by the San Diego Sector Intel Unit. These systems will augment current border surveillance.

o Five Mobile Video Surveillance System (MVSS) units have arrived to the San Diego AOR. MVSS assets will provide real time surveillance while in the field for training until December 22nd when all equipment will be permanently deployed.

o One tethered drone is scheduled to arrive December 17th followed with FAA 107 training, this unit will provide persistent surveillance over many areas of concern.

  • A large portion of the temporary dirt berm and wire barrier along the Tijuana River Canal Boundary Line was washed away by heavy rains.

o The area has persistent video surveillance and on scene BP assets.

o CBP private contractor Cerrudo continues to make repairs which began on December 10th.

  • Planning Section is actively managing WebEOC requests for information/assistance (RFI/RFA), developing a LFC Region IX sustainability and demobilization plan for LFC review, and coordinating with OFAM to establish alternate processing facilities.
  • Finance/Admin Section continues to process and reconcile travel documents, ensuring adequate funding at Ports of Entry (POE) and coordinating the creation of a Time and Attendance Unit.
  • Region IX operations and supporting partners remain postured to activate response forces including Quick Reaction Force (QRF) teams, obstacles plans, and medical teams.

Office of Intelligence

  • Office of Intelligence (OI) has established an Intel Unit at the Region IX EOC to collaborate with field intelligence units and coordinate Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) synchronization. Highlights for this reporting period:
  • Monitoring caravan organizers and advocate groups.

o Mexican Federal Police (PF), reported that caravan leadership is fracturing. Part of the Caravan is following Fernando Hernandez Mateo and others are loyal to Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa.

§ PF added that Ireneo Mujica has seemed to lost relevance among caravan migrants.

o December 10th – 18th American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) “Love Knows No Borders – Week of Action”.

§ Previous demonstration at Border Field Park resulted in 33 arrest/citations, three for assault.

§ Today, December 12th, the group plans to conduct a border wall tour and demonstration in Tijuana, MX. (0900-1400 hours) (Exact location and number of participants are unknown).

o December 15th – “La Posada Sin Fronteras” yearly event at Friendship Park in support of the migrants. (1400-1600 hours) (181 attending – 644 interested).

o December 15th – “America First Rally” anti-caravan solidarity gathering at the San Ysidro Interstate 5 freeway pedestrian bridge. (1100 hours) (30 attending – 161 interested).

o December 19th – “Caravan Supply and Peace Rally” event at Horton Plaza, downtown San Diego. Donations will be collected for migrants. (4 attending – 19 interested).

  • Coordination continues with our partners to provide a demographic breakdown of migrants that remain in Mexico.

o CBP Intel Watch Numbers as of December 11, 2018.

§ Total Caravan Migrants in Tijuana and Mexicali is estimated at 4,677

§ 2,500 Migrants in El Barretal Shelter

§ 240 Migrants outside the Benito Juarez Sport Complex

§ 1,159 Migrants dispersed in different 15 shelters throughout Tijuana

§ 350 Migrants in Caracol Social Center – Tijuana

§ 160 Migrants in other locations

§ 100 Migrants in El Mapa Park in tents

§ 527 Migrants in various Mexicali Shelters

Air and Marine Operations

  • To date, AMO manned assets have flown 807 missions resulting in 1,865.5 hours. AMO unmanned assets flew 36 missions resulting in 250.3 hours. Combined total of manned and UAS flights to date resulted in 843 missions and 2,115.8 hours.

Special Response Team

  • SRT has deployed a total of 111 Operators to Region IX, 103 in San Diego and 8 in Tucson.
  • SRT has trained 810 CBP officers in Region IX with MFF training.
  • Coordinating integration of federal law enforcement agencies supporting CBP efforts.
  • 131 HSI agents are readily available to support Region IX operations.
  • 33 DEA agents within the San Diego AOR have been identified and are ready respond to the POE should the need arise. DEA does not have a consistent physical presence at any POEs.

DoD

  • DoD overall personnel total 2,909 including 723 Engineers and 718 Military Police (MP).
  • Task Force (TF) Protector Elements are fully operational with MPs and DoD engineering units ready to perform port closures.
  • DoD fast rope training for SOD and SRT will commence today, December 12th at 1400 hours utilizing DoD assets at Camp Pendleton.

Region VI:

Personnel in Region VI: 896

DoD reallocation movements

DOD staff received their Deployment Order and have begun phasing troops out 10DEC18 in the following order:

  • 10DEC18- Advanced DoD Party departs for Home-stations to set conditions for the redeployment of personnel and equipment (15 pax total)
  • HHC, 89TH MP BDE shifts from a main command post to a tactical command post on 10DEC18, and will move the majority of HHC personnel to Base Camp Donna to prepare for redeployment on 12DEC18. A trail party will remain at RGV-HQ for the next 48-72 hours prior to shifting operations to Base Camp Donna.
  • First wave departs today (12DEC18); Resulting in a 48% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Second wave departs on 14DEC18; Resulting in a 74% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.
  • Third wave departs on 17DEC18; resulting in a 97% reduction of Task Force Griffin Soldiers in the Area of Operations.

Remediation efforts:

  • Between 11-18 DEC18, Base Camp Donna will have all C-wire removed and reclamation of the land will commence. Projected completion of land remediation is NLT 18DEC18.

Equipment movement:

  • Line Haul operations for equipment began 10DEC18 and will continue through 18DEC18, when all Task Force Griffin equipment in the STX AO is projected to have departed.

No new C-Wire deployed

Total C-Wire deployed: 8.74 miles

Hidalgo POE = Fortification To Date: .21 mile – Impedence Under / Around Hidalgo POE To Date: 1.38 miles

Donna POE = Fortification To Date: 1.23 miles – Impedence Under / Around Donna POE To Date: .94 mile

Anzalduas POE = Fortification To Date: .34 mile – Impedence Under / Around Anzalduas POE To Date: 1 mile

Pharr POE = Fortification To Date: .51 mile

BRO Gateway POE = Fortification To Date: .07 mile – Impedence Under / Around Gateway POE To Date: .91 mile

Brownsville / Mexico (B&M) POE = Fortification To Date: .004 mile- Impedence Under / Around B&M POE To Date: .70 mile. .004 mile of impedance C-wire reworked to current fencing infrastructure at B&M POE.

Los Indios POE = Fortification To Date: .012 mile

Laredo Gateway to the Americas (Bridge #1) = Fortification To Date: .19 mile- Impedence Under / Around Laredo Bridge #1 POE To Date: .73 mile

Laredo Juarez-Lincoln International (Bridge #2) = Fortification To Date: .2 mile- Impedence Under / Around Laredo Bridge #2 POE To Date: .81 mile

USBP/OFO/SRT:

  • 147 USBP personnel detailed from Region VI to Region IX
    • 32 ELP to San Diego / YUM
    • 70 LRT to San Diego
    • 23 DRT to San Diego / YUM
    • 12 NOL to San Diego
    • 10 BBT to YUM
  • 439 MFF OFO Officers detailed from Region VI to Region IX
  • 5 RGV MVSS with operators arrived on 10DEC18.
    • Total: 110 SOD Agents deployed 12/9/18:
      • RGV: 25 agents
      • SOG: 36 agents—1 arrives on the 16th (Dorsey, Justin)
      • Big Bend Sector: 2 agents
      • Laredo Sector: 32 agents
      • Del Rio Sector: 15 agents

AIR Contingent/RGV (previous 24HRS):

    • Laredo, Uvalde and El Paso Air Branches continue POE over flights and contingency planning.
    • Flights are being tracked locally in TOMIS.
    • DoD Air contingent returned to home bases

Past 24: CBP Air Branches 32.5 flight hours throughout Region VI in support of Operation Secure Line

Line of Effort 3: LFC International Engagement

Region IX:

  • Continuous interaction with the GoM, to include Mexican border security agencies and other law enforcement entities.

Line of Effort 4: HQ Area Command

HQ Area Command:

  • Revised and reconciled temporary duty (TDY) tracking spreadsheet in coordination with Region IX.
  • Logistics continues to monitor WebEOC for incoming RFA/RFI requests.
  • Planning section continues to monitor the outcome of “Remain in Mexico” in order to refine the conceptual operational plan for the Centralized Processing Center.
  • Planning section updated the Executive Dashboard and Executive Summary.

Line of Effort 5: Foreign Partner/ Stakeholder Activities

Region IX:

  • FOB along with OFO ILU are embedded with GoM personnel at the TACC to monitor any movement by the migrants and to be able to report as needed to the San Diego Area Command.
  • CBP Region IX Intel Cell is collaborating with CBP’s Mexico Country Team to gather information from CBP, ICE and Mexican Law Enforcement sources.
  • FOB continues to work closely with DoD Intelligence Officers and CBP OI at the Region IX EOC to provide timely information on caravan movements. Information is utilized to deploy personnel along the border in addition to reinforcements to the infrastructure.
  • PF continues to hold a security perimeter around the Barretal shelter, in support of INM and Grupo Beta. PF reports that the shelter has been quiet and under control during the night hours.
  • PF advised that they are still working on census at the shelters in Tijuana to acquire a more accurate count of migrants.

Line of Effort 6: Public Affairs

Region IX:

  • Established a Joint Information Center (JIC) led by the CBP Office of Public Affairs.

Line of Effort 7: Health and Medical

HQ Area Command:

  • 870 IFAK kits have been committed to OSL IMD/OFO and will be on their way to Region IX once they arrive at the Warehouse for distribution.
  • 2 shipments have of decontamination towels have arrived, more are expected to arrive in the following days.

 

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