Darnell Henderson works full time as a senior training analyst at Mississippi Power Company. But when duty calls, he reports to his part time job in the army reserve's 87th Division, evaluating and training troops for battlefield survival. His unit hasn't been activated, but if that time comes, Henderson says he's ready. "I think each and every person that serves in the military owes that patriotic duty to the country and I am certainly ready to go. Certainly I don't want to leave my family behind but when they call you gotta go," Henderson says. Mississippi Power has 18 reservists out of 1,300 employees. A company spokesperson says the impact of deployment will be small. "We would have to cover for them somehow but we do think we have the manpower and the numbers of employees that it won't be a very painful process for us fortunately," says spokesperson Kurt Brautigam.