LIMESTONE — The acting director of the Army National Guard and several other officials will be visiting a Maine company that overhauls Humvees and other military equipment

On Friday, a delegation led by Maj. Gen. Raymond Carpenter will tour the Maine Military Authority at the request of Sen. Susan Collins, a member of the Armed Services Committee.

Collins wants to ensure that there’s adequate work for the Limestone-based company.

Collins says the Maine Military Authority consistently performs this work at a lower cost than the Army’s own depots, saving money for taxpayers. It currently employs 370 workers.

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