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U.S. Army on the Mexican Border: A Historical Perspective
Matt Matthews (au); Timothy R. Reese (fr)
Since the mid-19th century, the U.S. has frequently employed the U.S. Army on its southern border to perform various roles in support of the Nation — from outright war, to patrolling the border, to chasing bandits while securing persons and property on both sides of the border, and most recently to supporting civil law enforcement and anti-drug efforts. This paper reviews the lengthy history of the U.S. Army on the Mexican border and highlights recurring themes that are relevant to today’s ongoing border security mission. Since the 1920s, the Army’s role has differed dramatically, ranging from non-involvement to varied forms of support to local, state, and Federal civilian agencies. Illustrations.
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