A growing number of those who participated in the siege of the U.S. Capitol were vets. While veterans groups are aware of extremism in their ranks, there are few resources to tackle the issue head on.

Following Capitol Siege, Veterans Hope For More Deradicalization Programs

By Steve Walsh NPR
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