When hot spots erupt, San Diego’s military snaps to attention. Although nobody has publicly suggested that President Obama commit troops to defend Ukraine, NATO might have a say. And U.S. troops could be in the mix.
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Should the Joint Chiefs of Staff order San Diego’s fighting men and women — Marines, SEALs and sailors — to prepare for the worst — a possible defense of Ukraine if the Crimean annexation spreads to the rest of the former Soviet client state?
This is the third in a series of weekday polls in Times of San Diego. For earlier posts, visit Opinion.
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