Often, one of the things as we have session with them
when they've just been out learning
to shoot their weapons for the first time.
And then at that point, we bring in the teaching on just war
and, you know, using force that's proportionate.
And we get them to explore this themselves.
Because course they come back
and they've run around with guns.
And they're, like, yeah, aaargh.
And so, and we kind of bring the reality, okay,
you knew that was all just pretend,
and they were blanks.
Now think you are now an armed combatant
and her majesties swore the Airforce.
You find yourself out in operations.
And you find yourself in this situation.
You know, we want to bring the gravity of the situation
to them so they recognize the importance.
'Cause some of them are 17 years old.
You know, I've got to say when I was 17, 18,
when I was 18 and I got my Cadetship,
I really didn't know what I was signing up to really.
I thought that I knew all.
And I hated those people that told me at 17, 18,
I didn't have life experience.
I think it's amazing the energy that young people bring.
But it's also important that we've got this mix of people
with experience that can grown them in their reality
of what might happen.