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Still, Austin on February 3 announced a force-wide, 60-day “stand down” so that military leaders could discuss these issues with troops.
State troops and the Alaska Mountain Rescue Group found the hikers buried in a recent avalanche and reported that they were not wearing avalanche beacons or locator beacons.
Two soldiers who spoke to The Post estimated at least hundreds of troops were moved to the garage as officials struggle to find places to put thousands of service members.
Instead, they drove into the city Sunday, flag in hand, and posed for their traditional Inauguration Day picture with armed federal troops and a seven-foot fence obstructing the view of the Capitol.
Those troops are credentialed by the Secret Service and have been reduced in number by about 3,500 over a typical inauguration because of the pandemic, he said.
12 MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD REMOVED FROM INAUGURATION DUTYDAN LAMOTHE, ALEX HORTON, PAUL SONNEJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Lorance then sought to cover up his crime by telling his troops not to collect biometric data on the dead.
They are packing up and heading out of state as troops roll in.
British officers ordered their troops to only burn public property in Washington.
There was a British raid on the Capitol during the War of 1812, but those were foreign troops, not American citizens.
Instead of National Guard troops being posted en masse around landmarks before a protest even began, we saw the Defense Department initially deny a request to send in troops — and that was after the Capitol had been breached.
THE POLICE’S TEPID RESPONSE TO THE CAPITOL BREACH WASN’T AN ABERRATIONMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 7, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

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