If the call comes to us, there’s no hesitation. We’ll find out who needs help. How many need help. Where are they. When. So we know how long they’ve been there. We’re there. We’re in the air. We’re en route to the scene. We’ll get on scene. Assess the situation. Decide what techniques we need to use. If it’s over water, inland. Different techniques for different situations. We have to be ready for that. So basically ready for anything. It’s already pre-assessed as to who’s going down, grab the survivors, and bring them back on board. And we train at the hardest level possible. That way when the rescues come we’re not thrown a curve ball. We are fully prepared to execute our mission to the highest level possible. It makes me feel amazing to rescue somebody. To know that they were on that mountainside they needed me and I could come in there and do everything I needed to do to get them out of there. It’s an amazing feeling to know that I’m put there to make sure other people live. So others may live. That’s our motto we live by.