Wait. We're making a mistake.
Giles? You have something you wish to share with us?
Yes. Aviation Week has been following the development of the B3 for years. They have "stringers" - guys camping out in lawn chairs all night by the Whiteman perimeter fence, watching just in case one of these things take off. There gonna know that one took off last night, and they're gonna know that it didn't come back. Now, we put out a press-release saying a C141 went down in Utah, they're going to put two and two together, Aviation Week is going to run a story, everyone's gonna know what really happened, and we're all going to look extremely stupid. We're better of telling the truth.
The truth? How did you get this job?
It's still my money.
And if we succeed, you and your associates will get a ton of it.
*IF* we're successful?
Look, Mr. Pritchett, I will deliver the weapons to the destination. But I can't depend and I can't guarantee that those assholes in Washington won't do something stupid like... not pay.
What if they don't?
Well, if they don't, the southwest will be a quiet neighbourhood for... about ten thousand years.