Photo from the website of AGAPE Tactical, which specializes in providing military-style training and security services to religious organizations.

Company supplying former special ops forces for ‘election security’ is linked to a religious mission

The company, Atlas Aegis, works closely with another Tennessee company that provides military-like training to faith-based groups

The Tennessee-based private security company that plans to send armed guards…

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