U.S. veterans are training Ukrainians near the front lines in the fight against Russia.


A democracy came under attack. The United States saw a threat to an ally and also to the entire world order, but it feared that sending troops could incite a nuclear war. So, instead, it supplied weapons. And a small number of American Special Operations trainers started quietly working with the local military.

That was the situation in South Vietnam in 1961, a few years before full-blown U.S. military involvement, when the American presence was limited to a military “advisory group.”

It…



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