Unleashing the Fuel Tether [video]
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Mr. Joseph Bryan, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for EnergyImproving energy efficiency and integrating alternative energy supplies can enhance combat capability, improve operational flexibility, and help better protect Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines on the battlefield. More than ten years ago, then-Lieutenant General James Mattis, coming out of Operation Iraqi Freedom, demanded that we “Unleash [ourselves] from the tether of fuel.” In the intervening decade, advances in energy and information technology have created new opportunities for progress toward that objective. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (DoN) for Energy Joe Bryan will discuss the potential for emerging energy technologies to enhance military capabilities, describe policies implemented by the DoN to encourage their adoption, and share his thoughts on potential future developments in energy.
NPS Defense Energy Seminar
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