For the Iraq/Afghanistan veterans, it's about early access. It's about getting out to the events, whether it's to demobilization events or events that are happening in their communities, to make them aware of what services are available to them.
I talked in my presentation about the Vet Center program. We have that veteran-to-veteran connection, whereby a very large percentage of us, as you said, have worn the uniform and have served in combat zones. It allows us instant credibility when we're able to speak with somebody, because we speak the same language they do. It allows them to get comfortable. Then we start talking about what services they might need and about getting them connected to those services.
You also brought up the question of those individuals for whom, months to years after serving, that suffering comes up. That is a reality of post-traumatic stress disorder. It's active outreach in that case as well. It's going out to these events and making as many connections as one possibly can to make people know of the benefits they're entitled to.