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The Pentagon has signed off on $1 billion for the U.S Army Corps of Engineers to support the Homeland Security Department and Customs and Border Protection in constructing a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, the Department of Defense announced Monday.

Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan approved the funds to go toward erecting 57 miles of 18-foot-high pedestrian fencing, and constructing and improving roads. The funds will also but used for installing lighting within the Yuma and El Paso Sectors of the border.

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The statement from the Defense Department said the projects are specifically catered to stopping drug-smuggling corridors.

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