That’s the extraordinary thing about what’s happened during the Vietnam War you’ve got to bear in mind that the American state department and possibly the defence department of America almost assume that the press lost them the war, having giving us carte blanche, having given us accreditation to go anywhere we wanted during the war, climb on any aeroplane or helicopter. They felt they were slightly betrayed because we showed the war as a very negative and unwinnable situation. So I realise now that because of the Iraqi wars and the Afghanistan wars the Americans have decided not give the press that same kind of freedom because they’re afraid once again they would have been facing a betrayal situation but that’s farcical really because you know, the wars they’ve been involved in the last 50 years have not been winnable anyway. So you have what’s called ‘being embedded’, which is the last place I’d ever consider being, I wouldn’t want to be embedded with any group of people because it’s tantamount to almost being treated like a dog on a lead. You know once you’ve had total freedom to work you know, the last thing you want, is, being, basically it’s a form of censorship and being controlled by the military.