Border Barrier Construction: Yuma 3

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors make an assembly line of tractors to place border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors make an assembly line of tractors to place border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors make an assembly line of tractors to place border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors install several panels simultaneously at the Yuma 3 border barrier project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors install several panels simultaneously at the Yuma 3 border barrier project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors make an assembly line of tractors to place border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors stage bollard-style barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractor transports border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors install several panels simultaneously at the Yuma 3 border barrier project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors make an assembly line of tractors to place border barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractor takes notes at the Yuma 3 border barrier project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractor crews remove outdated barrier at the Yuma 3 border barrier project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District contractors stage bollard-style barrier panels at the Yuma 3 project near Yuma, Arizona, May 5. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to the Presidential national emergency declaration dated Feb. 15, 2019, requiring the use of the armed forces and authorizing the use of Section 2808 of Title 10, U.S. Code. (Some personnel and corporate identifiable markings have been masked for privacy reasons. No one in this imagery crossed the international border.)

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