I can't really speak to the programs of today. I can speak of my experience in 38 years in the forces, and then I decided not to make a career out of it. They had programs called the second career assistance network that were geared towards preparing military uniform personnel or service personnel to actually go to a civilian career. But if you have two years of service, you're 20 years old, and you're anxious about going to your next mission, what's going to happen 20 years down the road is not that important.
Again, to get a straight answer on that you'd have to ask somebody from National Defence as to what exists today. But if the question would be, are they necessary, yes, I think they definitely are.