Gary Crocker: Almost all the military people I've met don't like biological weapons. They find them hard to control, they don't understand them, they don't have a doctrine for using them, and this is also true on the Soviet side, with generals that I met and talked with. You know, "What's your doctrine?" "I don't know." You know, so the scientists say the same, "Well, I don't know. We're making this stuff, and we're cranking it out, and stockpiling it." But I think on both sides there was not a terribly well-developed idea on biological weapons. Now, the chemical weapons... a little bit different, but still, I found very... you know, not much of a use plan in Europe, how we were going to do it. We had it. It was a deterrent, ok.