The National Guard was called to a Washington D.C. high school football game Friday night.
That's because the firm that provides security for the public schools in the District of Columbia went out of business.
Anacostia High School normally has 15 guards at its games. But Hawk One Security abruptly closed up shop Thursday, Hundreds of security guards were without jobs, and schools across the district were left without security.
At least a dozen D.C. military reserve showed up at the Anacostia game, along with more than a dozen metropolitan police.