When we faced conflicts in Panama and in Desert Storm and in the Gulf War, where President Bush and his political leaders working with him, Secretary Baker — Jim Baker — and Secretary Dick Cheney, came up with clear political guidance and then supervised us very carefully. It wasn’t just, “Okay, here’s the guidance, you military folks just tell us what you need and you get it.” We had to explain to our political leaders and justify to our political leaders what we needed and why we were going to do things the way we recommended to them. And they challenged us, made sure that they were satisfied that we had thought it all through and then they let us do the job. They turned us loose. That was quite a renaissance.