US Customs Drug Interdiction Demonstration

US Customs Drug Interdiction Demonstration

The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol perform an interdiction demonstration in the air and in the water. The interdiction demonstration showcases the planned attack used to surveil and take down a drug trafficking crew aboard a boat using aircraft and watercraft in a strategic operation. The success of this exercise allows spectators to see the precision and accuracy that U.S. Customs and Border Patrol uses to stop illegal immigrant and drug vessels on the ocean.

Marine interdiction agents within CBP’s Air and Marine Operations (AMO)use the Coastal Inter-ceptor Vessel (CIV) in coastal waters to combat maritime smuggling and defend the waterways along our nation’s borders from acts of terrorism. With its advanced hull design, safety equipment and electronics, the CIV provides marine interdiction agents with the protection, mobility, and relia-bility to intercept and apprehend maritime smug-glers. The CIV crew work together with AMO’s aviation assets and other federal, state, and local law en-forcement entities to accomplish the homeland security mission.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

At this time, the 2020 Hyundai Air & Sea Show® is planning to move forward on Memorial Day weekend, May 23-24. We, along with the City of Miami Beach and Military Personnel are closely monitoring the current COVID-19 crisis. The 2020 Hyundai Air & Sea Show® is actively monitoring federal, state and local government guidelines daily. The 2020 Hyundai Air & Sea Show® will continue to review policies and procedures with the aim of strengthening its COVID-19 response to further align with updated public health advice and guidelines, including that of the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO). This includes promoting handwashing and healthy hygiene practices among team members and guests. For questions about COVID-19/coronavirus, visit the U.S. Center for Disease Control or the World Health Organization.
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