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If I go into an Air Operations Center today it's not unusual to walk up, actually we're getting a lot better so I'll say three or four years ago, walk up to a place where you have one person sitting behind a workstation with three or four workstations and three or four screens in front of them.
The B buildings, we won't even go into the C buildings, are the ones that are going to suffer and will be the last ones to be affected.
The problem is if you ever go into the city and state meetings and sit on the sidelines they scream at each other, nobody knows who's on.