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brightest day, in darkest night, no evil shall escape my sight, for
I am the Shadow Wolf." --
Patrol Officers' motto, U.S. Customs
of the US Customs Service
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this elite section of the US Customs Service.
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Tohono O'odham Indian
in Southern Arizona
the territory south and southeast of the Gila River, especially
south of Tucson the main and tributary valleys of the Santa Cruz
River; and extending west; and southwest across the desert waste
known as the Papagueria, into Sonora, Mexico. The location of
Tonhono O'odom Nation allows easy access from Tucson and many
other Southern Arizona destinations. Sells Arizona is the nation's
capitol and just 15 miles to the south lies Baboquiivari Peak,
legendary home of I'itoi, the Papago Creator.
American Indian Heritage Month
"The term "Native American"
came into usage in the 1960s to denote American Indians and Alaskan
Natives (Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts of Alaska). There are more
than 554 Indian tribes and Alaska native groups, each with their
own culture and history. They speak more than 250 languages. Native
Americans have been an integral part of the Customs Service for
more than a hundred years. Customs Native American trackers, known
as "Shadow Wolf," are instrumental in tracking and
apprehending smugglers and criminals in parts of the American
Southwest that no one else can penetrate "
newscast on its way...
"No one associated with the
production wants to give away any secrets, but there are reports
that the ports of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa may be featured, that
Customs patrol officers may show up somewhere in Uzbekistan on
an important training mission, that native trackers known as "Shadow
Wolf" could make an appearance, and that Customs officers
are likely to give viewers a tour of someplace called RADACAD,
a "Radiation Academy," where law enforcement specialists
from nations around the world share lessons about new interdiction
techniques for weapons of mass destruction."
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