Badass ‘Band of Brothers’ Protects US-Mexico Border Against Terrorist Threat

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Heavily armed veterans and vigilantes react to immigrant invasion

There’s a new gang in town and illegal immigrants, terrorists, drug smugglers and human traffickers better beware.

Unsatisfied with the lack of attention the current administration is providing to secure our border with Mexico, a vigilante group called the Arizona Border Recon is taking on the responsibility.

This band of brothers is made up of ex-military and security specialists.  And they know how to handle heavy artillery.

This volunteer army may not have any authority to arrest potential illegals, but their presence is formidable.  They provide invaluable intel to the U.S. border agents.

Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see how they use technology to nail the bad guys.

Read their story below and be sure to check out the awesome photographs.

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The US/Mexico border near the town of Nogales. The US is on the left, Mexico on the right.

Patriotic Americans are stepping up to the plate because of … Obama’s failure to secure the U.S.-Mexican border from illegal immigration, including criminals and probable Islamic State (ISIS) militants.

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The watchmen of the Arizona Border Recon

People trying to cross the border into America should be more scared now than ever, as more and more private patrols begin to act as “watchmen” for the Arizona Border Recon – an unofficial group of war veterans and security specialists fighting the good fight against illegal immigrants…

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Using Google Earth, team locates possible meeting points for criminals and illegals.

…The armed Arizona Border Recon men stand strong for the Americans Obama hates–those who “cling to their guns and religion”–for the very people who made the nation great and a shining light to the world. The ABR men are true heroes.

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