When you said that one of the things is the judicious and strategic use of tax dollars, one of the biggest concerns I hear from the base in my own riding is that there is still the same pattern that's occurred for the last 10 years of being asked to do more and more with fewer real dollars. While there have been some modest increases in the budget they haven't kept up with what we might call “military inflation”, which is a bit higher. We saw the example of the chief of the defence staff saying that we're going to stop non-essential work. Although in Defence I often wonder what that is. I doubt we do much non-essential work. But how is the military going to keep up this increased pace of operations overseas with fewer real dollars to spend?