It will certainly be difficult for the military to go green especially while they’re involved in not one but two wars. Helicopters, boats, tanks, and cars all take oil and fuel and blended fuel, though safer for the environment, costs much more than regular fuel. The military has been ordered to cut their energy costs, a difficult task with the battles they’re fighting abroad. There have been some efforts, however. Guantanamo Bay employed wind turbines and an Air Force base in Nevada uses a large number of panels. More will have to be done to prevent the Defense Department from being one or the largest energy consumers in the US.
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