In Lessons From the Post-Vietnam Military , today’s second “On the Square” article, George Weigel argues that “authentic Catholic reformers have a lot to learn from the men who [in the decades after the end of the Vietnam war] turned a crumbling Army—riven by racial hatreds, beset by drug problems far greater than those of society at large, weak in discipline and even weaker in strategic understanding—into the high-tech, high-energy, no-nonsense force that is the U.S. Army today.” The Church could do the same thing, he suggests.