Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Cochise County Militia Wraps Up Two-Week Border Monitoring Operation

The Cochise County Militia wrapped up a two-week border monitoring operation that was productive in the Huachuca Mountains,
but experienced minor problems in the Coronado National Forest with weak phone signal.

The effort had 63 sightings and 39 apprehensions that it can document.
They are still awaiting reports from the Tucson sector of the Border Patrol regarding other apprehensions of illegal immigrants that volunteers did not witness,
but called in.

The next border event is scheduled for July 4. New members are being recruited.
Inactive members don’t pay a fee, but only receive informational e-mails.
Active members pay a $50 registration fee to cover vetting and the mailing of materials.

To learn more about the Cochise County Militia,
visit cochisecountymilitia.org or send e-mail to bdavis@cochisecountymilitia.org.


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