Another border town resident said in 2006, a Mexican army helicopter in the area crossed the border and landed in the U.S. about 300 yards across the border.
"A helicopter flew very low. Flew around behind the barn, landed and then several men got out all clad in black with masks over their face and body armor, carrying what looked to be full automatic weapons," Ronald Ayers recalled.
U.S. officials said the January incident was one of nearly two dozen border incursions by Mexican soldiers into southern Arizona in the last four years, and on Tuesday -- despite weeks of denials that the incident was caused by the Mexican army -- when presented with the U.S. confirmation of the incident, the Mexican embassy confirmed that the men were soldiers.https://www.google.com/search?q=Mexican+Army+soldiers&oq=Mexican+Army+soldiers&aqs=chrome..69i show contact infoj0j0&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8#q=Mexican+Army+soldiers&tbm=nws
OBAMA’S OPEN BORDERS
U.S. border increased 232% between 2008 and 2012 — apparently
the result of greater Mexican heroin production and a growing
incursion by Mexican traffickers into U.S. markets. It notes that the
U.S. is experiencing a “sizable increase” in the number of new