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SIERRA VISTA, Ariz.– Remote-controlled air units have been taking off to help in drug and customs cases since 2006.  Two more drones are set for take off and patrol in Arizona, where a total of six remote-controlled air units will be roaming the skies.  After the last two drones join the fleet, the Customs and Border Patrol agency will present Congress with a funding plan to use twelve more drones in border patrol efforts; six drones for the Canadian border and another six over the Florida’s Gulf Coast. For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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