I guess if you sat down and thought about it afterwards, you’d probably go, “Why did we do that? What are we doing here?” But when you get back from a mission — you don’t really think about it during a mission. Or you’re in a heavy fire fight and your mission is a heavily involved contact one. And when you get back you don’t really let that — you can’t concentrate on that. You can’t sit there and say, “Geez, I almost didn’t make it,” or you wouldn’t operate again. You just wipe it out of your mind and you go on. And you gather — you have almost a sixth sense when you run operations. You feel things almost before they happen. It’s hard to explain to somebody that’s never been there what it’s like to work in an area where you’re outnumbered.