I think I can give that information. Incidentally, any information which may have been asked for by any member of the committee and which I have not to-day, I give an assurance that I will put it on the record- under some other item. That has been the usual practice. My hon. friend, I think, asked how many medical officers are on the strength as compared with navy personnel. The number is 287, and the personnel not yet processed for demobilization is 48,000, which would give a ratio of something around six per thousand. But my hon. friend will appreciate that, although the number on' the strength is constantly decreasing by reason of demobilization, we cannot decrease the number of medical men quite as rapidly, because if anything we need more medical men during the process of demobilization than we do during normal operations, since we have to conduct a medical examination of each man as he goes out.