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What Would You Ask the Pentagon About Energy?

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We’re looking for your feedback. The changing global landscape for fuel and power, and its connection with military capabilities and needs, have received a fair bit of coverage here at DID. As it happens, that coverage has landed us an opportunity to speak with senior American sources regarding their views, their efforts, and their future plans for addressing fuel and power issues within the US military. Everything from the US Army Corps of Engineers report re: powering US bases to renewable power in the field to power and the individual soldier are potential issues for discussion. I have a few questions of my own, but I’d also like to hear from readers. If you had the opportunity to speak with the US Office of the Secretary of Defense on this subject, what would you want to know more about? What would you ask? Feedback should be sent to defenseindustrydaily.com via our tips@ address.

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