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Fresh gunpowder in the nostrils of politics

2 March 2022

9:00 AM

2 March 2022

9:00 AM

Fresh gunpowder in everyone’s nostrils has brought a new political reality.

It was only this month that US Army Secretary, Christine Wormuth demonstrated where her focus lies by introducing emission reduction plans, which would de-fang her nation’s military with features like:

  • Investing in an all-electric non-tactical vehicle fleet by 2035.
  • Significantly reducing operational energy and water use.

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