The 1st US Mexico Border Wall Prototype Installed

The 1st US Mexico Border Wall Prototype Installed

The 1st US Mexico Border Wall Prototype Installed

Tuesday, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) unveiled images of the 1st border wall prototype, a 30-ft cement structure.

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Progress check: construction of concrete wall prototypes is well underway in San Diego. 

The prototype, being built in San Diego, is one of 8 from 6 different companies that will be considered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the umbrella agency to CBP.

DHS paid out $2.4-B to the companies for the prototypes, at $300-M each, which is separate from the $1.6-B funding approve by the US House in June

All are expected to be between 18 and 30 feet tall.

Mr. President, Build the Wall.

Stay tuned…

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