U.S. Border Patrol to install aerial surveillance in Arizona

(The Center Square) – U.S. Customs and Border Protection is installing aerial border surveillance through their Program Management Office Directorate.

To the unacquainted, the “22-Meter Persistent Ground Surveillance System Aerostat” is better known as a high-tech blimp. The aerostat is filled with helium and can fly up to 3,000 feet in the air in order to provide low-altitude surveillance through cameras. Using night vision technology, CBP says it will be operational 24 hours a day.
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