Harsh Reality: Jack Osbourne Becomes U.S. Border Patrol Officer

Jack Osbourne U.S. Border Patrol Officer
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Feb. 11 2019, Updated 3:20 p.m. ET

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It's Jack Osbourne to the rescue!

The reality star was spotted patrolling the swanky streets of Malibu as a Federal Reserve System Law Enforcement Officer in the wake of the recent California wildfires in November.

Now the recently divorced dad of three is fully armed and donning another badge of honor to help protect U.S. citizens in a much more dangerous part of the state, has learned exclusively.

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"Jack is guarding our borders," a source revealed. "He's been a U.S. border patrol officer for a while and really enjoys it. And he's very skilled at it!"

The 33-year-old has posted photos of himself armed and in camo gear while hunting, as well as in his truck on patrol in the desert as far back as September 2017.

And the youngest child of rock icon Ozzy Osbourne takes the volunteer job very seriously.

"He's gone through some major training, including with assault weapons, and he's dedicated a lot of his time to it. It's been really rewarding for him," the source noted, adding, "He patrols when he's on call and for any agent working along the border it can be very dangerous."

But for the star, who shot to superstardom while on MTV's The Osbournes with his famous family from 2002 to 2005, he prefers this kind of work out of the spotlight.

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"No one cares about how famous he is when he's on the job. He's just a regular guy doing hard work alongside everyone else and he feels like he's making a real difference," said the source.

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