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Gary Reeder was drafted into U.S. Army in 1966. He never imagined he’d become part of what was one of the Vietnam War’s most unusual operations. Reeder was part of Senator Ted Kennedy’s plan to create a logging industry with the help of two elephants airlifted to a forested area in South Vietnam.
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