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CBP-AMO and partners seize 17 tons of cocaine

WASHINGTON. Thu, Jan, 19, 2023 —  CBP-AMO (Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations), with federal and international partners, seized more than 17 tons of cocaine and 688 kg of marijuana in international waters between November 1 and December 31, 2022, denying criminal organizations an estimated $77.3 million in proceeds. Multiple significant seizure events involving Leer másCBP-AMO and partners seize 17 tons of cocaine[…]

CBP-AMO P-3 aircrews and partners seize 11 tons of narcotics

WASHINGTON — CBP-AMO worked with their federal and international partners to seize 11 tons of narcotics (nearly 21,000 pounds of cocaine and 1,300 pounds of marijuana) in international waters between October 1 and November 17, denying transnational criminal organizations an estimated $396 million in proceeds. CBP-AMO (U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations) Leer másCBP-AMO P-3 aircrews and partners seize 11 tons of narcotics[…]

CBP-AMO and partners seize 3 tons of cocaine in one week

WASHINGTON— U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations (CBP-AMO) worked with their federal and international partners to seize 5,893 pounds of cocaine in international waters Oct. 6 and 11, denying transnational criminal organizations an estimated $111.4 million USD in proceeds. On Oct. 6, a National Air Security Operations (NASO) Center P-3 Airborne Early Warning crew Leer másCBP-AMO and partners seize 3 tons of cocaine in one week[…]

CBP-AMO P-3 Orion and partners seize over 15 tons of cocaine

WASHINGTON D.C. — CBP-AMO (Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations) National Air Security Operations Center P-3 Orion Long Range Tracker and Airborne Early Warning System aircrews worked with Joint Interagency Task Force-South and international partners to seize 30,535 pounds of cocaine and 7,877 pounds of marijuana in international waters between January 1 and Leer másCBP-AMO P-3 Orion and partners seize over 15 tons of cocaine[…]

CBP-AMO seize 1.3 tons of cocaine in eastern Pacific

WASHINGTON D.C. — An CBP-AMO (Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations) National Air Security Operations MQ-9 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) crewed by AMO personnel and Coast Guard (USCG) members worked with Joint Interagency Task Force South and international partners to seize 2,646 pounds of cocaine and detain three people in the Eastern Pacific on Leer másCBP-AMO seize 1.3 tons of cocaine in eastern Pacific[…]

CBP-AMO P-3 Orion crew and SOUTHCOM seized 4.7 tons of cocaine

WASHINGTON D.C. — CBP-AMO (Air and Marine Operations) National Air Security Operations Center P-3 Orion Long Range Tracker crews and United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) partners conducted counter-narcotics operations and seized 4.7 tons (9,475 pounds) of cocaine in transit zones between October 1 and November 30, 2021. The coordinated effort between AMO, the federal government, and Leer másCBP-AMO P-3 Orion crew and SOUTHCOM seized 4.7 tons of cocaine[…]

USS Sioux City seized 49 million cocaine in the Caribbean

The Freedom-variant littoral combat ship USS Sioux City (LCS 11) with embarked USCG Law Enforcement Detachment (LEDET) 102 seized over $49 million in suspected cocaine, Oct. 11-12, 2021. On Oct. 11, a suspected drug smuggling go-fast vessel (GFV) was spotted by a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) and Sioux City was vectored in for an intercept. Leer másUSS Sioux City seized 49 million cocaine in the Caribbean[…]

Coast Guard seizes 7.5 dollar million in cocaine, Caribbean Sea

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Coast Guard seized 250 kilograms of cocaine in the Caribbean Sea, with an estimated wholesale value of 7.5 million dollar. The USCGC Reef Shark transferred custody of two smugglers and offloaded the drug at Coast Guard Base San Juan Saturday, following USCGC Kathleen Moore’s interdiction of a go-fast smuggling Leer másCoast Guard seizes 7.5 dollar million in cocaine, Caribbean Sea[…]

JTF-Bravo redeploys after support to JTF-Haiti due Haiti earthquake

Story by Capt. Annabel Monroe, Joint Task Force Bravo SOTO CANO AIR BASE, Honduras – In support of the whole-of-government effort led by the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, Joint Task Force-Bravo (JTF-Bravo) joined forces as members of Joint Task Force-Haiti (JTF-Haiti) to deliver much-needed aid as rapidly as possible to victims Leer másJTF-Bravo redeploys after support to JTF-Haiti due Haiti earthquake[…]

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