OCTOBER 6 2014 NOGALES, ARIZONA- The border fence follows the geography of the land in Nogales. To the left is the United States, with Mexico to the right.
OCTOBER 5 2014- "Nailer", eyes the hills with binoculars in the early morning.
OCTOBER 5 2014 "Nailer" crosses over a hillside where border monument #137 lies, a historic traditional marker of the Mexico/US border that was used as the border markings prior to the fence being put up.
OCTOBER 7 2014 ARIZONA- "Nailer" (M) sits and discusses the coming days of the next chapter of Operation Ivie. Nailer uses Google Earth to mark possible rally points for which the teams of AZBR will stay the night, surveying.
OCTOBER 5 2014- Blaine laces up his boots at the Arizona Border Recon's "Forward Operating Base" (FOB) in Arizona, where the group reorganizes and launches it's operations from.
OCTOBER 6 2014 ARIZONA- A Border Patrol agent stops by the Arizona Border Recon's Forward Operating Base (FOB), a rented building that the group utilizes to launch their operations.
OCTOBER 5 2014- T"Nailer" sits next to border monument #137, a historic traditional marker of the Mexico/US border that was used as the border markings prior to the fence being put up.
OCTOBER 7 2014 SASABE ARIZONA- The prospective members of the Arizona Border Recon take a group photo before heading back from ominous weather. For some in the group, it is their first time out. The AZBR uses this time as a vetting process for newcomers.