Trent Loos

When I heard that the All-American Beef Battalion was going to feed the Texas National Guard in Eagle Pass, I said I would be there.

First off, it has been far too long since I was part of feeding the troops and it was very rewarding once again to be a part of this tremendous endeavor. We fed 325 people on a November day in Eagle Pass—all members of the Texas National Guard who are there to assist the Border Patrol. What I witnessed was that the community of Eagle Pass truly benefits from the presence of the National Guard.

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