From the Chairman

Mullen, Michael G.
January 2011
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2011 1st Quarter, Issue 60, p2
The author focuses on the significance of pursuing energy security and sustainability of which attainment will be paired with sacrifice and the need of right technology in the U.S. He notes the need to consider energy as an integral part of a system that acknowledges the associations between the ability to pursue enduring interests and consumption. He mentions the leadership of Navy Secretary Ray Mabus on efforts to cut nontactical petroleum by 50% by 2015.


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