The CH-47 Chinook helicopters were deployed to Afghanistan in May and remain overseas, according to the Oregon Military Department.
Eight U.S. National Forests in California have been temporarily closed, while restrictions were announced for several others due to the threat of ongoing fires.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf said Portland, Oregon residents are facing "lawlessness and chaos," after another night of violent clashes turned deadly.
"What transpired yesterday does not bring us closer to safety," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said. "It does not bring us closer to advancing racial justice in the way we all want."
The forces will try to quell the protests and uprisings that have followed the attempted police murder of an unarmed Black father.
"They were armed. They were destroying property," Wisconsin state Representative David Bowen said.
Videos posted to social media show heated protests against police brutality and racial injustice sparked by the shooting of Jacob Blake continued for a third night in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday.
"We will not excuse the actions of the Kenosha Police department," read a tweet from Jacob Blake's cousin, "but his mother asks everyone to please remain peaceful."
Mayor Lori Lightfoot called upon the state's attorney to "put your best people on this" after a night of looting and violence.
"While the coronavirus doesn't discriminate between 'red' states or 'blue' states, it is disturbingly clear that our president does," the head of a Democratic governors organization wrote.
Members of the Wisconsin National Guard are expected to fill in for poll workers across the state who may be at risk for contracting COVID-19.
"The events I witnessed at Lafayette Square on the evening of June 1 were deeply disturbing to me and to fellow National Guardsmen," Major Adam DeMarco said.
"Florida Department of Health representatives will however no longer screen arriving passengers," according to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
"COVID-19 appears to be, maybe even on the rise, in some cases, and there's no sign of operational tempo reduction in our future," Air Force General Joseph Lengyel said Thursday.
Demonstrators in Madison took down two statues and attacked state Senator Tim Carpenter.
National Guard members from South Carolina said they found glass baked into a pizza they ordered while deployed in Washington, D.C., according to a spokesperson for the state military organization.
"At no time did we intend or certainly would be able to affect evicting any guardsmen from any hotel," Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Friday.
The individual was removed from all National Guard missions "effective immediately," Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Friday.
The command structure may make no sense, but it's aimed at satisfying the demands of the Trump White House, a senior military official says.
The pair are in a serious but non-life threatening condition after being struck in Lafayette Square.
Washington, always one step behind reality, couldn't hear what its own commander on the ground was saying: We don't need to federalize the National Guard.
At least 3,300 National Guard members from across 10 states have been or are being deployed to support the D.C. National Guard amid protests over George Floyd's death.
"We must be better," said Gen. Joseph Lengyel, the chief of the National Guard Bureau.
Donna Soucy and Steve Shurtleff's Monday letter to Governor Sununu said that New Hampshire's National Guard troops "should not be sent out of state to fight against Americans' freedom of speech."
The intense winds created by the helicopters reportedly caused part of a tree to nearly hit pedestrians.
"The President of the United States tear-gassed peaceful protesters in order to clear the way for a useless photo-op outside the White House—just after vowing to activate the military against our own people," Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted.
"A wild card now is POTUS, what he will order," a senior military officer told Newsweek. Federal troops are being readied in response to White House requests.
Democratic Governor Tony Evers requested the National Guard Saturday to help Milwaukee law enforcement officers respond to protests in the wake of George Floyd's police-involved death.
On the third night of protests, videos on social media showed five walls of riot police guarding Chauvin's property from the hundreds of protestors gathered chanting "justice."