John Negroponte, former ambassador to the UN and the first director of the National Intelligence Agency (George W. Bush) made a suggestion about an hour and 14 minutes into the discussion.
"Why," he said, "doesn't the United States do some 'capacitating' with the UN Peacekeeping Forces? It would be much cheaper. In fact, in a word, outsourcing our military requirements to the UN would be an order of magnitude cheaper."
Both former undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy and former National Security Council Member Philip Zelikow agreed that this would be a good idea.
So efficient! So cheap!