Topics discussed include the Purple Heart Trail system, energy security, and how veterans have been welcomed back after service.
Each year the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps service control points nominate the best fuels management operations in DoD... "The winners here today represent thousands of military and civilian personnel who ensure quality fuel is delivered on time, every time."
"The Greatest Story Seldom Told: Profiles & Success Stories in Air Pollution Control" includes key metrics from concentrations of criteria pollutants like ground-level ozone and air releases of toxic chemicals to compliance and enforcement activity...
[Capt. McCormick of Vets4Energy] disputed the idea that ethanol is somehow more attractive to veterans from a national security perspective. "General Clark does not represent me, and he does not represent the majority of veterans..." said Mr. McCormick
Vets4Energy salutes all who help to ensure our fighters are properly fueled, which in 2016 included more than 6 billion gallons of fuel.
Paul Chevalier, volunteer chairman of New Hampshire Vets4Energy, recognized for his service to fellow veterans.
U.S. energy firms are scrambling to finish a slew of pipelines that will unleash rich reserves of shale gas in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio as the nation prepares to become one of the world's top natural gas exporters.
Radio Podcast of Rear Admiral Loren of Vets4Energy, former Deputy Asst. Sec of Defense for Homeland Security, talks energy and energy infrastructure.
By Vets4Energy's Rear Admiral Loren: President Trump's recent approval of both the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines was an impressive start in his plan to rebuild American infrastructure, boost our economy and invigorate job growth.
The Trump administration may be bad for the policy agenda of environmental activism groups but good for those groups' fundraising, as some of them have signaled their intention to ramp up protests to a number of the administration's energy policy proposals.