Not unlike the policy in the infancy of American involvement in Vietnam, the White House is considering the use of U.S. military personnel to serve as “advisors” in conjunction with Syrian rebels.
The CIA has been training select groups of rebels in Jordan on the use of communications equipment and some weapons provided by Gulf states. The new discussions center on whether the U.S. military should take over the mission so that hundreds or thousands can be trained, rather than just dozens.
Any new training program conducted by the U.S. military would take time to put in place and likely would not begin until after any potential military action had been taken regarding the chemical weapons attack.
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Not unlike the policy in the infancy of American involvement in Vietnam, the White House…
by Tactical-Life / Sep 6, 2013