Lawmakers have gotten involved to make sure the mobilized troops get paid.
Army National Guard
The so-called "Magic Bus" had become a dangerous tourist destination deep in Alaska's interior.
Currently, about 20,400 Guard troops have been activated in 28 states and the District of Columbia.
But Army leaders are reminding troops of the rules regarding demonstration in uniform.
The two are part of the South Carolina National Guard contingent sent to help control the protests.
Mayor Bill de Blasio rejected urging from President Trump and an offer from Gov. Cuomo to bring in the National Guard.
Tom Cotton said troops should "show no quarter" in putting down violent protests.
The FBI is reporting the threat, the Minnesota Guard adjutant general said.
A National Guard soldier serving as a Grand Forks, North Dakota, police officer was killed in a gunfight.
"And in the Army, we're trained to imagine the things that you wouldn't imagine," Gus LaFontaine said.