Okay. I would suggest to you, Mr. Ferguson, that as we're buying the airplanes year by year, we're not buying them like we bought the CF-18, where we bought 130 airplanes in one contract, one time, one price. We and the other eight partners are going to be buying the airplanes year by year. One year we might buy ten, somebody else might buy six, and so on. That total number, whatever it is, then gets negotiated with Lockheed Martin or whoever the contractor is. Then the next year we do another one.
That's when those budgets specific to that year actually get approved to buy the airplane. The budgets aren't approved today. Those are estimates going forward. The budgets will be approved when the time comes. Is that not accurate?