The President says U.S. troops - will not return to Iraq - but he is dispatching up to 300 military advisers to the region. Channel 4's Scott Johnson talked to local veterans and members of military families - to hear what they think of the latest plan. Scott is joining us LIVE tonight..scott? 3 00-0515-2029-341'21-1'261'29- 1'34 as president obama tries to help the struggling government of iraq hold off advancing sunni militants... his plan to send up to 300 military advisers to the region comes with a lot of familiar trepidation... only recently removed from a war in iraq.NEAL PASSANTE 11:30 - I believe at this point it would be a mistake, it's very debatable whether it was not a big mistake first time around. At this point it's clear this is a sectarian battle we don't want to get involved in.CINDY ROBERTS 12:52 - I think it's unfortunate for families struggling to have loved ones home, always thinking they'll be back home, then they get extended, then it appears they're fighting for all the wrong reasons.president obama is trying to make it clear that this action is a middle ground...and not a prelude to re-launching the eight year war he stopped by withdrawing US troops in 2011.CNN OBAMA American forces will not be returning to combat in Iraq but we will help the terrorists who threaten the Iraqi people and American interests as well.While the president is trying to smooth fears that this could be another long-term commitment ... I caught up with some vietnam veterans who feel sending more americans there won't solve anything.JAMES DePass/VIETNAM VETERAN 10:59:01 - I don't think there should be boots on the ground. We've served enough over there, done enough, we have enough air power that we can solve that problem.BOB BEARD/VIETNAM VETERAN 10:59:30 - I disagree too, I don't think there should be boots on ground. I agree with air strikes.Still have some troops in there I think, but probably need to get them out too. 3 Scott, do we have any idea if any of those heading to iraq will come from our area?