Agencies use Maine farmland for weapons training


By Darla L. Pickett
The Portland Press Herald

NORTH ANSON, Maine — The early morning sun peeks through quiet rows of tall cornstalks. Crows sing out their strident ''caws'' as they scatter before the intrusion of humans into their idyllic world. The cool depths of the Kennebec River snake around the field nearby.

Suddenly, chaos interrupts nature's lazy routine.

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