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The Maine National Guard departed Saturday for Washington D.C. ahead of the 59th presidential inauguration. [Read More]
Gov. Janet Mills has activated the Maine National Guard as a precautionary measure in advance of potential demonstrations this weekend,... [Read More]
Mills says there are not yet any credible threats to state buildings in Augusta over the next several days. [Read More]
Mills says there are not yet any credible threats to state buildings in Augusta over the next several days. [Read More]
Maine's governor announced Friday she has activated the Maine National Guard as a precautionary measure in advance of potential demonstrations this weekend. Gov. Janet... [Read More]
Gov. Janet Mills said she activated the National Guard and put them on standby out of an abundance of caution to make sure they are... [Read More]
Soldiers assisting in security around Capitol... [Read More]
Law enforcement officials have said there are no credible known threats against the State House, but the Mills administration has been tightening security as a... [Read More]
As many as 200 Maine National Guard soldiers are going to assist in the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., officials say. [Read More]
As many as 200 Maine National Guard soldiers are going to assist in the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., officials say. The decision,... [Read More]
The Maine National Guard will be sending troops to Washington D-C for the 59th presidential inauguration. [Read More]
Gov. Janet Mills has authorized the deployment of up to 200 men and women to the nation's capital as the military prepares for potential violence... [Read More]
The Maine National Guard confirmed Wednesday that the state will send up to 200 guardsmen to Washington, D.C., to support next week's inauguration. [Read More]
Gov. Janet Mills, a Democrat, authorized the deployment after the National Guard Bureau requested states assist with security operations. [Read More]
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