NPS, Marine Corps Partnership Enhances Readiness Through Education
Stewart, Kenneth A.
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In 2009, then Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James Conway declared energy a top priority. Mere weeks later, the U.S. Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) was born and tasked with analyzing, developing and directing the Marine Corps’ energy strategy. “The expeditionary energy office works for the commandant of the Marine Corps with a mission to innovate and develop the Marine Corps’ energy strategy,” said current E20 Director Col. Jim Caley. As head of the program, Caley says the work he does is about directly supporting the Marine Corps’ primary mission. While conservation is a priority, he says, his work is not about creating a ‘green’ Marine Corps.
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