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US Army Training on Operational Energy

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This Ford Hood Sentinel article provides an overview of how operational energy, energy, efficiency and energy security is being integrated into US Army training and education programs across the entire service.  From the West Point Service Academy to the The United States Army War College which has added “Energy and National Security” to the Key Strategic Issues List the effort is intended to engender a culture of energy awareness and OE on the strategic level. Read More from Fort Hood.



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