U.S. carbon emissions have dropped to their lowest levels in 24 years, prompting sharp criticism against those opposed to fracking from a veterans' group that advocates for a strong oil and gas industry.
Vets4Energy National Liaison Rear Admiral Don Loren, USN (ret.) addressed the attendees, with Vets4Energy Program Director, Capt. James McCormick, who himself, has been awarded 3 Purple Heart Medals.
Program Director, Capt. James McCormick, USA (ret.) and Vets4Energy North Carolina volunteer Chairman, Bobby Greer (US Coast Guard veteran) spoke to hundreds of veterans about the importance of energy security to our national security.
Topics including veteran jobs in the oil and natural gas industry, and how energy independence effects our national security.
Vets4Energy, the Rocky Mountain Energy Forum, the United Veterans Coalition of Colorado and Volunteers of America sponsored a dinner and breakfast that reached more than 130 veterans, community leaders and elected officials, including the leaders of the Colorado House and Senate.
Energy policy is a stark determinant of national security and economic security. Our nation is the single-largest consumer of energy on the planet, and for good reason. We have a nation and allies to defend, cities to power, people to feed, goods to manufacture and transport, and information to process.
Rear Admiral Don Loren, USN (ret.), talks about incorporating more veterans into energy-related jobs.
While I wish America could sustain itself solely on renewable energy, reality doesn't reflect my wishes. America is the largest consumer of energy on Earth.
While I wish America could sustain itself solely on renewable energy, reality doesn't reflect my wishes. America is the largest consumer of energy on earth.
An alternative to importing energy from human rights abusers like Venezuela and Yemen Article by MA Vets4Energy volunteer chairman.