The shipbuilding strategy is now at a stage where you have certainty on the east coast in terms of what is being built. You have AOPS 1 through 8 all being delivered and planned as we speak, and then they will transition into building the surface combatants. They have a nice long run of ships they can predictably deliver, and they can manage their workforce accordingly.
On the west coast, you have VSY, who will be building 16 vessels, as per an announcement a couple of weeks back. That's the new announcement. That, again, gives them some certainty, and also repetition—in terms of building the same ship in a repeated fashion—let's them learn more easily and drives some efficiencies. Again, they have a nice long run ahead of them.
The third piece of that is that, when you look at the age, in particular of the Coast Guard's fleet, there is additional capacity needed in terms of delivering ships for the Coast Guard beyond what those two yards can do, so the government made an announcement about adding a third yard to the program.