No, never. Because the war came very soon, and when that occurred, then there was a real exodus of employees. But they not only left to go to work at consolidated aircraft, they were drafted and they joined up. So I joined up with the Naval Reserve as a Navy officer training. And in so doing for some reason or other, even though we were eager to do our part and fight the war, there weren’t enough places, positions in the Navy Training School for the officers. So the Navy Reserve guys said, “Okay, you stay in college, we review your courses to make sure that they have some application, and appropriate to you becoming a Naval officer, which was essentially the standard courses. And then you remain here, you won’t be drafted, you will be called as soon as we have classrooms available for you. So that went on some months.