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Monitoring the Arizona-Mexico Border
Glenn Spencer, president and founder of American Border Patrol, gives FoxNews.com an exclusive look at smuggling corridors along the Arizona-Mexico border, alongside the creator of BorderInvasionPics.com, which publishes pictures of illegal immigrants entering the country.
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Smuggling Corridors

The creator of BorderInvasionPics.com points out peaks atop the Huachuca Mountains, where individuals have been spotted surveying the U.S. Border Patrol agents below.

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Inside the Cockpit

The cockpit of Spencer's single-engine Cessna TU206, as seen from the "jumpseat," aviation slang for an auxiliary seat for passengers not operating the aircraft.

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An Exclusive Look

Glenn Spencer, president and founder of American Border Patrol, returns his Cessna TU206 to a hangar at Bisbee Municipal Airport after a two-hour, 30-mile-plus trip along the border.

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Along the Border

A Border Patrol agent's vehicle, center, is seen near the U.S.-Mexico border west of Sesabe, Ariz.

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Bird's Eye View

A network of trails are seen just across the U.S. border east of Bisbee, Ariz. The smaller, free-flowing trails are thought to be paths taken by human and drug smugglers.

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Surveillance Towers

A SBINet tower is seen in an area west of Nogales, Ariz. Surveillance towers like these are part of the Secure Border Initiative and use radar, motion detectors and long-range cameras to spot would-be border-crossers.

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Border Fence

A portion of border fence separates the cities of Nogales, Arizona, to the north, from Nogales, Mexico.

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Port of Entry

The port of entry at Sesabe, Ariz., one of 327 official entry points into the United States, ten of which are located in Arizona.

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Calls for Action

Spencer discusses changes he'd like to see along the Arizona-Mexico border, including a complete, uninterrupted pedestrian fence similar to those found at California's San Diego and El Centro border sectors.

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More Border Fencing

A portion of border fence near Nogales, Ariz., one of several urban areas along the Arizona-Mexico border where fencing is primarily used instead of vehicle barriers, which are utilized in more remote areas.

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Monitoring the Arizona-Mexico Border

Glenn Spencer, president and founder of American Border Patrol, gives FoxNews.com an exclusive look at smuggling corridors along the Arizona-Mexico border, alongside the creator of BorderInvasionPics.com, which publishes pictures of illegal immigrants entering the country.

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