How to Help

There are several ways you can help secure the border. If you are interested in any of these positions, fill out the application on our Join Us page and indicate the position you would like to help with in the “Special Abilities And/Or Interests” section.
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Search And Rescue Team – Recon Specialist

Description: SAR Recon Specialists conduct Search and
Rescue, Reconnaissance patrols and Observation missions to find
and report drug smuggling and illegal aliens to Border Patrol.

Location: Arizona

Previous Experience: None required

Prerequisites:

  • Must be a Part or Full Time resident of the state of Arizona
    and able to participate in at least one half day mission every 2
    months.
  • Must not be a prohibited possessor of firearms, and must own a
    pistol.
  • Must have a valid drivers license.
  • Must be able to walk 2 miles with 30 pounds of gear on flat
    and rolling hills desert terrain within 38 minutes.

Not mandatory but nice to have:

  • Previous Military, Law Enforcement, Hunting or Outdoors-man
    experience
  • HAM radio Technician or higher license
  • Ability to speak or translate Spanish

Training on the following subjects will be provided:

  • Team SOPs
  • Team Operations
  • Topographical maps/compass
  • GPS
  • Land Navigation
  • Radio communications
  • Wilderness First Aid, CPR and TCCC
  • Safe operation of firearms (pistol and longarm)
  • Tracking
  • Vehicle Convoy Operations
  • Small Unit Tactics Training
  • Intelligence Information Reporting

You will be required to purchase a uniform and your own gear
(GPS, radio, ect).

 

Search And Rescue Team – Support Specialist

Description: SAR Support Specialists provides
transportation, logistical and communications support for AZBD SAR
missions. SAR Support Specialists also provide security for
vehicles or forward operating bases.

Location: Arizona

Previous Experience: None required

Prerequisites:

  • Must be a Part or Full Time resident of the state of Arizona
    and able to participate in at least one half day mission every 2
    months.
  • Must not be a prohibited possessor of firearms, and must own a
    pistol.
  • Must have a valid drivers license.
  • Must be able to walk half a mile carrying 20 pounds of gear on
    relatively flat desert terrain.

Not mandatory but nice to have:

  • Previous Military, Law Enforcement, Hunting or Outdoors-man
    experience
  • Experience driving 4×4 vehicles on poorly maintained dirt
    roads.
  • HAM radio Technician or higher license
  • Drone operation experience
  • Ability to speak or translate Spanish

Training on the following subjects will be provided:

  • Team SOPs
  • Team Operations
  • Topographical maps/compass
  • GPS
  • Land Navigation
  • Radio communications
  • Wilderness First Aid, CPR and TCCC
  • Safe operation of firearms (pistol and longarm)
  • Vehicle Convoy Operations
  • Intelligence Information Reporting

You will be required to purchase a uniform and your own gear
(GPS, radio, ect).

 

Search And Rescue Team – Intelligence Analyst

Description: Intelligence Analysts collect and analyze
information to provide intelligence reports on drug cartels,
illegal alien smuggling routes, and open border/globalist/anti
American groups.

Location: Anywhere

Previous Experience: None required

Prerequisites:

  • Must have basic computer skills
  • Must be able to organize and anyalize data
  • Must be willing to learn new things

Not mandatory but nice to have:

  • Ability to speak or translate Spanish
  • HAM radio license

Training on the following subjects will be provided:

  • Intelligence cycle
  • Intelligence Information Reporting
  • Intelligence collection methods

 

Website Contributor

Description: Website Contributors write or find and post
articles related to the border and illegal immigration crisis.

Location: Anywhere

Previous Experience: None required

Training on the following subjects will be provided:

  • Posting and updating articles to the website

 

Donate to AZBD

All donations to AZ Border Defenders go toward our border watch
operations, primarily in the form of buying new cameras.