It is not only one person's work, it's really a partnership and collaboration during all these years.
But there's a lot of 50's and a lot of boomers and a lot of kids in their 30's that grew up with us.
And I think that it's - the military has actually made improvements, so people are considering post-traumatic stress disorder as, at the least, a possible psychological problem. You know, when I was in Vietnam, it was just considered malingering. And we're making progress.
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