Peace Corps volunteers go into dangerous, remote places armed only with their wits and their desire to help. They make almost no money and often cannot communicate easily with their families, or with medical or police facilities. After they train for a little while to pick up the language and the customs of a distant country, we cross our fingers for them and wish them good luck. For the next two or three years, they accomplish miracles for their new neighbors and a lifetime of good will for America. We should definitely do everything possible to make their time in the Peace Corps as safe as it is memorable and as possible as it is significant.