Comments for: Maine forest rangers seek safety in a sidearm — but do they need it?

Posted Jan. 03, 2014, at 11:28 a.m.

Bill Greaves knows how quickly things can go bad for a Maine Forest Ranger. In 1989, Greaves, now the regional forest ranger in Ashland, responded with a sheriff’s deputy to a call that nearly cost him his life. “The incident I was in was actually a medical emergency that went …

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