there’s another part of this that we don’t often talk about or it doesn’t seem to get the same amount of interest as the surge and thats this program we have with fema corps these young men and women are the future of emergency management, they are extraordinary. It’s based on, you know ameri Corps Peace Corps type of structure. But these kids have come out here and I use kids affectionately, they are young people, they are motivated they are disciplined. they did a remarkable job out there. again, pointy end of the stick kicking boxes with logistics, working with the survivors and intake, and in health and wellness checks, and all the different things we could put them to use doing Remarkable, and the outcome was extraordinarily positive i think we were a great asset to fema being able to be here so quickly and getting on the ground and assuring people of new york that fema is here. ultimately you go back to your objectives and what your point of contacts asked you to do And they asked us to just go around visiting businesses, canvasing neighborhoods, and just showing our faces, asking if they needed any immediate help any emergencies and go from there definitely the first time I’ve ever been doing anything like this. It’s a lot of fun though. I’m learning a lot it’s a great learning experience. honestly I just really wanted to serve. i come from a military family background. i wanted to serve my whole life and i was eventually going to join the Peace Corps and I thought this was a great first step, kinda get my feet wet. We actually worked in a jfo down in Baton Rouge at one point in time and we actually did a little CR work. I’m loving it, it’s the best time I’ve ever had.