"...it is no wonder that the public is often confused about air quality in their city, county, state, and nation." That's a gentle way of saying that Americans have been misled by the media and agenda-driven environmental groups.
US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's comments came as US President Donald Trump prepared to take steps towards removing the shackles on offshore energy exploration.
The offshore sector, which accounts for almost a third of crude oil production and is a crucial component of future global supplies, has been particularly hard hit by the industry's slowdown.
Admiral Loren is interviewed on WODC Radio (Ocala, FL) about energy policy and how it affects our national security.
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Vets 4 Energy National Liaison, about our country's energy policies and how they affect our national security.
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.