Voting yes may not be a guarantee of saving everyone's job, but you can bet that voting no will do more to jeopardize EVERYONE's job. At least voting yes gives the company the chance to restructure so that you can recoup your losses down the road in healthy economy and with a healthy balance sheet. Voting no pretty much puts liquidation back on the front burner. What do you think the judge will decide? He has two choices: either throw out the contract or keep it intact. Keeping it intact does nothing more than jeopardize US Airways restructure. So, in other words, it makes liquidation a very distinct possibility. If you think the threat of a strike is leverage, in this case, you're mistaken. Don't find out the hard way.