Pot War in the Forest

Harding, Steve
March 2005
Soldiers;Mar2005, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p35
Focuses on the fight of the Joint Task Force-North of the U.S. Army against illegal drugs produced in the U.S. Collaboration of the task force with the Forest Service in their campaign to fight against producers of illegal drugs in public lands; Lack of resources of the Forest Service to fight against the producers of the illegal drugs; Significance of the help provided by the task force in fighting methamphetamines in California.


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