The United States Army North Force Protection Division has issued new guidelines for U.S. military travel to Mexico. All active-duty, reserve, Guard and Defense Department civilians and contractors are required to follow the guidance and to be aware of the new directive. According to a release, all of the above personnel traveling to Mexico need to notify their local counterintelligence representatives of exactly where and when they plan to travel in the country. All personnel must have a valid U.S. passport and avoid any states in Mexico on the DoD's restricted list, even in transit. When on official State Department business on behalf of themselves or a family member, individuals must limit travel to daytime with no overnight stays in restricted states.This travel also requires chain-of-command approval by an O-6 or civilian equivalent. Individuals must also have a communication plan for any intended travel. Read more at AF.mil.
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