Pentagon approves request to build tents to house 7,500 migrants

Washington (AFP) – The US military may build tents and other shelters near the Mexican border to temporarily house migrants, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. Department of defense spokesman chris mitchell said the Pentagon had received a request from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) "to construct temporary facilities at six DHS-specified locations to house and care for a minimum of 7,500" migrants.

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The Pentagon announced Wednesday that the Department of Homeland Security made the request for the tents, and it was approved by Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan.

Trump construir campamentos para 7.500 inmigrantes en la frontera Trump construir campamentos para 7.500 inmigrantes en la frontera El Departamento de Defensa anunci este mircoles que erigir seis campamentos temporales en las zonas fronterizas con Mxico de los estados de Texas y Arizona para albergar a un total de 7.500 inmigrantes indocumentados.

Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan approved a DHS request to lend the tents and help “construct temporary facilities to house and care for a minimum of 7,500 total single adult male.

Pentagon agrees to set up tent housing near border for some 7,500 migrants Date of publication: 23 05 2019, 11:14 Acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan has approved a request from the Department of Homeland Security to construct temporary tent housing facilities for 7,500 adult migrants to alleviate what the Pentagon described as an ongoing.

Patrick Shanahan, Acting Secretary of Defense, is expected to sign his approval for the request for tents cities that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) made to.

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 · The Department of Homeland Security’s latest request for support from the Pentagon asked the Defense Department for help to build six tented camps to hold at least 7,500 migrants, officials tell CNN.

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DHS requests US troops build tents to house up to 7,500 migrant adults: Pentagon The Department of Homeland Security has requested that U.S. troops build “temporary facilities” at six locations to house up to 7,500 detained migrant adults , according to the Department of Defense, further expanding the military’s role on the southern border.

 · WASHINGTON: The US military may build tents and other shelters near the Mexican border to temporarily house migrants, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. Department of defence spokesman chris Mitchell.

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