Border District marks 100 miles

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos and Sen. Martha McSally discuss border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos and Sen. Martha McSally discuss border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf stands for a photo with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District personnel at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf stands for a photo with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District personnel at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf speaks with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District personnel at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf greets a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District resident engineer at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Sen. Martha McSally greets a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Boarder District senior contracting representative at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf answers questions from the media at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Sen. Martha McSally speaks at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Sen. Martha McSally thanks U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf speaks at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Anthony J. Porvaznik speaks at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

A welder attaches the official plaque to steel bollards an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

The official party poses for media photos at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos describes the panel installation process to the official party before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos describes the panel installation process to Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf and Sen. Martha McSally before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf listens while U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos, discusses border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos and Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf discuss border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos and Sen. Martha McSally discuss border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf and Sen. Martha McSally examine border barrier panel installation before an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf discusses progress on the border barrier construction with Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Anthony J. Porvaznik, as the official party arrives at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos and Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf greet Sen. Martha McSally at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos briefs Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf on panel installation at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos speaks with Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos greets Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos speaks with U.S. Board Patrol agents and a Corps senior construction representative at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Border District Commander Col. Rafael “Pete” Pazos speaks with a U.S. Board Patrol agent and a Corps’ senior construction representative at an event commemorating the 100-mile mark of border barrier system installation at the Yuma 1 project site near Yuma, Arizona, Jan. 10, 2020. The Yuma 1 project spans approximately 5 miles, replacing dilapidated and outdated designs with a steel bollard barrier system. The Corps of Engineers’ Border District is providing contracting services, including design and construction oversight, of Department of Defense-funded Southwest border barrier projects in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas at the direction of the Administration and at the request of Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection.

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