LOS ANGELES, CA, Oct. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire – In a significant move to bolster border security and combat the ever-increasing threat of fentanyl trafficking, the Biden administration has proposed a budget requesting $13.6 billion. This allocation, aims to enhance security measures at all U.S. border crossings and inspection sites, is benefiting US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) who is a pioneer in the development of drone mounted, handheld and stationary border security systems that rapidly detect radiation, biological toxins, and hazardous, hard-to-detect chemicals such as PFAS, drugs, fentanyl, gunpowder, and nerve gases.
The $13.6 billion budget request highlights the urgency of addressing border security and fentanyl prevention. Earlier this year, the White House had asked for $4 billion in funding to combat fentanyl trafficking and support migrants at the southern U.S. border, and even though that request was not fulfilled, the administration has now expanded its efforts by seeking a more comprehensive package.
In light of these developments, US Nuclear declares its commitment to contributing to enhanced border security and fentanyl prevention. In a previous interview conducted in June, US Nuclear discussed the importance of utilizing the most advanced technologies to address these critical issues. US Nuclear’s hand-held devices, drone-mounted systems, conveyor, doorway and vehicle monitors have been designed to meet the rigorous demands of border security and inspection sites, including the many roads, airports, and seaports. These innovative products will play a pivotal role in fortifying the nation’s borders.
US Nuclear advocates for the widespread deployment of its security solutions at all U.S. border crossings and inspection sites, including airports. By integrating their advanced technology into these critical locations, the nation can benefit from enhanced surveillance, detection, and newest deterrence capabilities.
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US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE)
Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman
Michael Hastings, Chief Financial Officer
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