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Cameras follow the action along Arizona's Sonoran Desert, one of the busiest border crossings in the country, as officers and agents of U.S. Customs and Border Protection fight terrorism, apprehend drug smugglers and intercept people entering the United States illegally. The series also embeds with Customs and Border Protection, and with local law enforcement, as units patrol near and on the border in South Texas.

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Smugglers bury drugs inside the toxic content of tanker trucks.
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Border Patrol rookies learn the ropes from veterans on the front lines.
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The flow of illegal immigrants and drugs; Border Patrol's campaign for new methods to avoid detection.
aired 1 day ago
El Paso officers detain a father and son suspected of smuggling drugs.
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Suspected illegal immigrants; cartel foot soldiers; would-be imposters are prevented from entering the country.
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The agents enlist the help of the A-Star surveillance helicopter to track a suspected smuggling ring.
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The open coastline of Puerto Rico is used as a springboard into the U.S. by drug traffickers and contraband dealers.
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The investigation of couple who are suspected human drug smugglers may lead back to a high-level supplier.
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection patrol the crucial boundary between El Paso, one of the safest cities in the U.S., and Ciudad Juarez, considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world.
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A high-speed chase leads to the discovery of a large amount of marijuana; agents identify a car that has been rebuilt to transport contraband.
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A large stash of cocaine is discovered in a unique hiding place; millions of dollars of heroin is seized at port.
aired 4 days ago
Specially trained agents deal with problems specific to the border in South Texas.
aired 5 days ago
Contraband seized by Customs and Border Protection needs to be handled, and in some cases disposed of, in a strictly regulated manner.
aired 6 days ago
With the help of a Blackhawk helicopter, agents arrest a suspected smuggler who is backpacking drugs into the U.S.
aired 6 days ago
En la frontera de Arizona con México, la rígida vigilancia de la policía obliga a los carteles a desarrollar nuevas estrategias y llevar el tráfico al extremo; los agentes procuran recuperar grandes paquetes ocultos de marihuana.
aired 7 days ago
Agents uncover a drug smuggling tunnel and narcotics in a freight train.
aired 7 days ago
La policía y los agentes de la región de Nogales, Arizona, se enfrentan a múltiples desafíos. Agentes de Aduanas y Protección de Fronteras de los Estados Unidos desarman un puesto de contrabando en la región remota y desolada de Ajo.
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Two of man's best friends: dogs and horses; super senses, stealth, strength and endurance.
aired 8 days ago
A human smuggling ring; a woman hidden inside a car seat.
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A truck with canned jalapeños is found to have marijuana; a human smuggler will not give up stranded immigrants; agents raid a suspected stash house.
aired 8 days ago
Officers and agents in Nogales discover a secret stash of money, race to save illegal immigrants suffering in the desert, and rescue two girls being smuggled into the states.

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