Ammo In The Hole Fort McKinley Bound KG and Ringy are heading to Fort McKinley on the coast of Portland, Maine: America's last line of defense in three great wars. Remnants of War At the turn of the 20th Century, it was extremely important to have forts along the coast, as it was the potential entry point for any enemy vessel. The coastal grounds are loaded with remnants of war, and the guys cant wait to dig it out. Parade Grounds The boys start their search at the parade grounds, a massive field where soldiers marched. The thought of all of the military nectar the soldiers dropped years ago is driving the Diggers crew crazy. Searching For The Mother Load This area is a verified nectar sector, but our Diggers heroes are looking for the holy grail of military nectar: the long lost barrel of an artillery gun. Local's Hunch Artillery cannons were decommissioned by cutting off their barrel. A local historian believes that his friend buried one of these barrels at Fort McKinley on the harbor island of Harbor Cove. Laden With History Fort McKinley defended the U.S. against battleship strikes and U-boat attacks, so it's packed with history. The fort was heavily fortified since the War of 1812, but World War I saw the most action, with the facing oceans becoming battlefields. Digger's Last Stand Next, they head into the spooky bunkers, looking for more juice. This is their last chance to find this cannon ring, but a military bunker could have all sorts of other weaponry. One of them strikes one of the biggest juice pockets of their careers, while the other discovers an impossible task.