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USN CHIEF
01-07-2009, 4:22 PM
Cal Gunners, if you are going to TJ and need an escort, let me know, I do that for a part time job. I can provide Unarmed and Armed Escort services.

Matt C
01-07-2009, 4:27 PM
They let you carry there? Seriously how do I get that permit? The GF always wants to go and I think it's WAY to dangerous right now.

CavTrooper
01-07-2009, 4:30 PM
I was under the impression that the border towns are off limits to Mil personel at this time?

strangerdude
01-07-2009, 9:19 PM
here you go 5150marcelo, I'll erase it myself.

USN CHIEF
01-08-2009, 12:02 AM
I will answer any serious inquiries via PM. let me put it this way, if you were born in Mexico and you registered with the Mexican Armed Forces when you were of age (which I did), and you know who to talk to (which I do) and you have an American Personal Protection Company to back you up (which I do), you go trough their State Police training (which I did) and you are good to go.

Let me tell you, these services are not cheap, we are looking at anywhere from 2k a day to 10k a day, but for you Cal Gunners, I can work something way cheaper.

USN CHIEF
01-08-2009, 12:03 AM
I was under the impression that the border towns are off limits to Mil personel at this time?

Bad Info.

Kestryll
01-08-2009, 10:19 AM
One warning.
The 'clever' comments and 'cutesy' posts are going to cost Chief his advertisement, again.
This was already deleted once because people thought it would be fun to turn this in to a joke thread.
I have had to delete 16 posts in this thread alone since yesterday, you're NOT helping Chief out with this.
I did not set this forum up to give another venue for this stuff.

MrSlippyFist
01-08-2009, 10:22 AM
Cool!

5150Marcelo
01-08-2009, 10:23 AM
One warning.
The 'clever' comments and 'cutesy' posts are going to cost Chief his advertisement, again.
This was already deleted once because people thought it would be fun to turn this in to a joke thread.
I have had to delete 16 posts in this thread alone since yesterday, you're NOT helping Chief out with this.
I did not set this forum up to give another venue for this stuff.

please get rid of post # 4. Thanks

He is offering a legit service.

DVLDOC
01-08-2009, 11:17 AM
please get rid of post # 4. Thanks

He is offering a legit service.

+100

CSACANNONEER
01-08-2009, 11:56 AM
please get rid of post # 4. Thanks

He is offering a legit service.

It's also a service that is almost impossible to find someone who is qualified to do!

MrSlippyFist
01-08-2009, 12:00 PM
Out of curiosity, and I totally understand if this question is out of line, but is the cost so much because of 'fees' paid along the way? Did you have to work up a lot of contacts? Thanks.

berto
01-08-2009, 12:12 PM
Awesome. I haven't been to TJ in over a decade and never during the day. I've always wanted to check it out in daylight and do something besides hit the clubs.

I'm getting married in SD in June. Some relatives have fond memories of TJ from the 70s and expressed interest in going back. I wasn't too keen on sending my 50 and 60 year old relations into TJ given what's going on there. Your offer may cause me to reconsider as June gets closer.

5150Marcelo
01-08-2009, 12:13 PM
Out of curiosity, and I totally understand if this question is out of line, but is the cost so much because of 'fees' paid along the way? Did you have to work up a lot of contacts? Thanks.

im sure that has alot to do with it. Also, the price reflects him providing personal security for you and guarding your life. That alone can be priceless if something ever happened and you were kept safe.

MrSlippyFist
01-08-2009, 12:14 PM
im sure that has alot to do with it. Also, the price reflects him providing personal security for you and guarding your life. That alone can be priceless if something ever happened and you were kept safe.

I understand that part, just wanted to know how much of it was buying the privilege to be in certain areas, and where that portion goes exactly (Civilian individuals, gov individuals, etc.)

5150Marcelo
01-08-2009, 12:20 PM
I understand that part, just wanted to know how much of it was buying the privilege to be in certain areas, and where that portion goes exactly (Civilian individuals, gov individuals, etc.)

I dont think any of the money goes to any civilians, gov officials, etc, but rather help him recoop the cost of getting access and permits to his being able to be legally armed in Mexico. Not sure tho, im sure Mario will chime in here shortly.

cgseanp1
01-08-2009, 5:22 PM
I was under the impression that the border towns are off limits to Mil personel at this time?

At my command, we have to request to go to Mexico and have it get approved. With the current situation down there, I don't think I would get approved. But this is Coast Guard, not the Navy, and I think all commands have different policys.

Sam1
01-11-2009, 9:48 AM
Permit = 100-1000 dollar bribe depending on the cop and if you get caught.

5150Marcelo
01-11-2009, 9:52 AM
here you go 5150marcelo, I'll erase it myself.

Just so you know, it was already erased and the post i was reffering to wasnt yours. When the post I was reffering to got erased, it bumped yours to #4.

Turbinator
01-11-2009, 2:37 PM
I personally find this line of work fascinating. Chief, what happens if you actually are involved in an incident while going through Mexico? I trust you have contingency plans and high level connections?

Turby

Matt C
01-11-2009, 2:39 PM
I trust you have contingency plans and high level connections?

Turby

Or a good shovel.

tankerman
01-11-2009, 4:32 PM
Just curious Chief, is there a big market for $2k-$10K Tiajuana tours?

USN CHIEF
01-11-2009, 5:57 PM
Just curious Chief, is there a big market for $2k-$10K Tiajuana tours?

Well, those are not "Tours". Those are Executive Protection jobs. There are lots of "Maquilladoras" industrial parks in TJ where lots of Executives from the U.S. go to on a daily basis. They are prime targets for kidnappings and they need to rent a level IV armored vehicle + the Operator + the rest of the armed detail, + the insurance (for dealing with the kidnappers/paying kidnappers in the event that they do get kidnapped), that is where it gets expensive. But for your average Joe that works from 9-5 and does not have any money, no, there ain't really a need for the services. But it is available. :D

USN CHIEF
01-11-2009, 6:00 PM
I personally find this line of work fascinating. Chief, what happens if you actually are involved in an incident while going through Mexico? I trust you have contingency plans and high level connections?

Turby

Yes, there are contingency plans that are set in place before the detail is carried out. We contact the RSO at the U.S. Consulate in the Mexican State where we will be working and we inform them of our plans + schedule. And yes on the high level connections.

tankerman
01-11-2009, 6:17 PM
("Tijuana Tour Guide Armed/Unarmed") I misunderstood the title of your thread then.
Well, those are not "Tours". Those are Executive Protection jobs. There are lots of "Maquilladoras" industrial parks in TJ where lots of Executives from the U.S. go to on a daily basis. They are prime targets for kidnappings and they need to rent a level IV armored vehicle + the Operator + the rest of the armed detail, + the insurance (for dealing with the kidnappers/paying kidnappers in the event that they do get kidnapped), that is where it gets expensive. But for your average Joe that works from 9-5 and does not have any money, no, there ain't really a need for the services. But it is available. :D

USN CHIEF
01-11-2009, 6:36 PM
("Tijuana Tour Guide Armed/Unarmed") I misunderstood the title of your thread then.

No biggie, Kest, edited the Original Title and it was left like that. :)

G-Man WC
01-12-2009, 10:39 PM
USN Chief, Your a brave man. That's in country for sure when it goes down!
Heading down TJ way (playa de Tiquana) for the superbowl with a friend born and raised there who visits frequently. Was there a few months ago with him and did not feel out of place. You got to know someone and know where your going. I (gringo grande) would not try and solo it! However I"ll be at the Adelita bar for the game if the mescal don't hurt me! "Lo mejor aqui" -g

Turbinator
01-13-2009, 11:14 AM
Yes, there are contingency plans that are set in place before the detail is carried out. We contact the RSO at the U.S. Consulate in the Mexican State where we will be working and we inform them of our plans + schedule. And yes on the high level connections.

So without disclosing too much, have you done any escorts yet and how'd it go?

Turby

USN CHIEF
01-13-2009, 11:27 AM
So without disclosing too much, have you done any escorts yet and how'd it go?

Turby

PM inbound.

yellowfin
01-13-2009, 5:18 PM
My wife might get a little suspicious of seeing "Escort Service" on my bank statement.. :shock::hide:

Bagger
01-13-2009, 6:31 PM
Pay cash for all your Transactions :D

My wife might get a little suspicious of seeing "Escort Service" on my bank statement.. :shock::hide: