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Topic - James Campbell
Gov. Paul LePage criticized Democrats on Thursday, saying they have mischaracterized and politicized the possible relocation of the Maine Army National Guard's 133rd Engineer Battalion.
The adjutant general of Maine's Army National Guard says there has been no decision on whether to move the 133rd Engineer Battalion out of state.
Maine's adjutant general has been honored by Gov. Paul LePage with the Legion of Merit military award.
High gasoline prices that are expected to continue rising will force motorists to shell out more at the pump and may have many people reconsidering summer travel plans to save money.
Three days a week, Yale sophomore James Campbell rises at 5 a.m. for ROTC drills on a college campus that isn't his own. He would gladly do push-ups and run circles on Yale's campus.
Campbell said that the state had been discussing the swap with other states for some time and told lawmakers an infantry unit would be more flexible for state and federal missions.
Brig. Gen. James Campbell said that some media reports have falsely portrayed the movement of the battalion out of Maine as a "done deal."