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The Gala event planned for May 25th in El Paso, Texas celebrating the U.S. Border Patrol’s 100-years of history has been cancelled.  


(6/21/2024) Update: All tickets purchased for the National Centennial Gala have been processed for refund. Thank you so much for your patience. We appreciate all the support. 

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U.S. Border Patrol Centennial History Book

To commemorate this event, they are publishing a 12" x 10.25" hard-cover book that will document the patrol's mission to detect and prevent the illegal entry of individuals into the United States. With 352 full-color pages, it will feature a written history and hundreds of photographs that highlights how the Border Patrol helps maintain borders that work, facilitating the flow of legal immigration and goods while preventing the illegal trafficking of people and contraband.

There will be a LIMITED press-run of 250 copies of the Executive Bonded-Leather edition books printed. This edition will be numbered as sold, feature a cloth Border Patrol patch on the cover, gilded page edges, and a silk book mark. This Executive Bonded-Leather edition will only be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once all 250 copies have pre-sold, only the Deluxe Faux-Leather edition will be available in a limited printing of 2,200 copies.

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•    12" x 10.25" Hardbound Cover
•    352 Full-Color Pages
•    Acid-Free, High-Gloss Paper

•    Acid-Free, High-Gloss Paper

A portion of all sales from this book project benefit the Border Patrol Museum

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Looking for a memorable keepsake? Click to view the signature series of United States Border Patrol 100th Anniversary jewelry.

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About Us

The U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Associations are non-profit organizations that exist across the United States.  MWRs generate and encourage social activity among all U.S. Border Patrol employees, uniformed or non-uniformed, creating an environment of trust, motivation, and resiliency.  It builds good fellowship and fosters relationships based on common interests, unity, welfare, mental health and purpose. 


Such interests provide information, views, and services to USBP employees that contribute to improved morale and performance, agency operations, public service, employee recruitment, retention, and engagement, in accordance with Department of Homeland Security directives, rules, and regulations.


MWR association members, and their families, are encouraged by the MWR Board of Directors to engage in MWR funded events, to include social functions, work-group activities, athletic events, and/or other nonprofit activities deemed beneficial to promote the morale and welfare of our employees while achieving the goals of the association and/or the agency. 


During this Centennial year as we honor and celebrate the U.S. Border Patrol’s past, present, and future, the MWRs across the nation will play a critical role in hosting and supporting the National Centennial Gala event in El Paso, Texas and other events throughout the year. Additionally, the MWRs have developed and made available for purchase commemorative memorabilia to honor the 100 years of the U.S. Border Patrol. 


On behalf of the MWR Associations across the United States, we “Thank You” for your interest in our agency and the work being accomplished everyday by our USBP employees in the protection of our beloved USA. We appreciate you for your unwavering support  and generosity.  


Honor First!  

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