Saturday, September 6, 2008

Maine Guard Trains on Farmer's Land

A farmer in North Anson, Maine is doing his part to help members of the Maine National Guard train for their domestic and overseas missions. He allows them to fire their machine guns on his firing range located on his farm. Recently 20 members of the Maine Air National Guard 101st Security Force Squadron fired their weapons on his property. Read more in "Farmer takes pride in allowing land to be used as machine-gun firing range", Morning Sentinel, August 31, 2008. Read more news about Maine military units and the Maine National Guard.

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