Energy for the Warfighter ~ Energy use on the battlefield

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The U.S. Department of Defence has released Energy for the Warfighter: An Operational Energy Strategy, which outlines how it plans to use energy resources to support strategic goals and US energy security goals.

In World War II, a soldier consumed an average of a gallon of fuel a day; in Iraq and Afghanistan, soldiers consume about 20 gallons a day, with half going to electricity generation.
WSJ Pentagon's Energy Plan

No doubt we will be following suit in the near future...

After all, running the engine on the panzer for 20 mins to boil the BV for a piping hot brew was rather excessive ^_~
 
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The U.S. Department of Defence has released Energy for the Warfighter: An Operational Energy Strategy, which outlines how it plans to use energy resources to support strategic goals and US energy security goals.



WSJ Pentagon's Energy Plan

No doubt we will be following suit in the near future...

After all, running the engine on the panzer for 20 mins to boil the BV for a piping hot brew was rather excessive ^_~
I blame the REMFs and their endless kit ironing. And quite possibly aircraft too
 

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