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Gen. Lori Robinson (left), Commander of NORAD and USNORTHCOM, meets with members of the Customs and Border Protection with Joint Task Force - West in Tucson, Arizona, July 21, 2016.  Gen. Robinson was briefed on the mission and challenges on the U.S. border. She also toured the U.S. southern border via helicopter. NORTHCOM is a mission partner with the CBP. 
Joint Task Force – West (JTF-W) is part of the Department of Homeland Security's Southern Border and Approaches Campaign Plan. This joint task force structure focuses cross-departmental and integrated counter-network operations on strategic objectives across four geographical corridors. Area networks within the JTF-W Joint Operating Area include supporting components, Department of Defense Commands, International, State, Local, and Tribal entities.  JTF-W efforts are designed to extend the border and institutionalize an asymmetric operational agility, effectiveness, and impact against targeted Transnational Criminal Organization (TCO) networks.
160721-F-ZZ999-202.JPG Photo By: CBP

Aug 4, 2016
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Gen. Lori Robinson (left), Commander of NORAD and USNORTHCOM, meets with members of the Customs and Border Protection with Joint Task Force - West in Tucson, Arizona, July 21, 2016. Gen. Robinson was briefed on the mission and challenges on the U.S. border. She also toured the U.S. southern border via helicopter. NORTHCOM is a mission partner with the CBP. Joint Task Force – West (JTF-W) is part of the Department of Homeland Security's Southern Border and Approaches Campaign Plan. This joint task force structure focuses cross-departmental and integrated counter-network operations on strategic objectives across four geographical corridors. Area networks within the JTF-W Joint Operating Area include supporting components, Department of Defense Commands, International, State, Local, and Tribal entities. JTF-W efforts are designed to extend the border and institutionalize an asymmetric operational agility, effectiveness, and impact against targeted Transnational Criminal Organization (TCO) networks.


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