Now, last but certainly not least, we have Patuxent River Naval Air Station. This air station has been in operation for a very long period of time keeping our country on the edge of aerial technology and has thousands of employees working at this base. Since only 7.3 jobs will be added to Somerset County, and those jobs will most certainly be from out-of-state, the best Somerset County is going to have will be 500 construction and laborer positions for the length of the construction over maybe nine months at most. If Great Bay and Somerset County legislators have their way, $1.4 million dollars annually will be added to the county's coffers. Pax River might then be in a fix — to possibly lose 40,000 jobs associated with the base. Where does this put the state of Maryland? Does 7.3 jobs equal 40,000 jobs? If Maryland gets a wind farm on the Eastern Shore but loses a considerable chunk of skilled jobs to another state leaving thousands of our state's residents without jobs, what does that say for the Great State of Maryland?