The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Small contingent of National Guard expected to remain at US Capitol indefinitely | Fox News

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Out of 25,000 National Guards deployed at the Capitol following the Jan. 6 attack, around 6,000 soldiers will remain in and around the U.S. Capitol as a reactionary force. The remaining National Guard troops are expected to go back home by mid-March as long as nothing goes wrong. Concerns about them being overworked were raised, but the administration remained keen on keeping them until further notice.

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