We run a program at Canada Company called the military employment transition program, which deals with a big piece that I think relates to what you're talking about, which is called education.
One of the issues they have during their military career is that they're basically living in a society within a society. They have their own language. They walk out of there and they basically talk a language that is completely different from what they find in the civilian community, so they need to learn how to express everything they've learned.
We also work with the business community to try to get them to understand the reality of what they went through and what they were, because they have a whole set of skills that are comparable to those in our civilian communities, but it's just a matter of how they communicate. One of the attributes of that program is helping them with that, so I would agree with what you're saying. It's a big piece of education.