Interview: Re-Purposed Surveillance Balloons Deemed A Success

Six months after putting them in the air, officials with U.S. Customs and Border Protection say the three helium-filled surveillance balloons deployed along the U.S./Mexico border have been a success. The small blimps were originally used by the Dept. of defense in Iraq and Afghanistan, but were given new life as boder-waters in South Texas in November. Now plans are in the works to blow up some more of the balloons in June. Jim Ryan has the story from Dallas.

News Talk Florida Staff