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Defense Management: Steps Taken to Better Manage Fuel Demand but Additional Information Sharing Mechanisms Are Needed
Zina Dache Merritt (au)
According to the Dept. of Defense (DOD), the U.S. militaryńˇ╗s dependence on liquid fuel in countries like Afghanistan creates an enormous logistics burden that exposes forces to enemy attack and diverts operational resources from other mission areas to support delivery of this critical resource. In 2011, DOD consumed almost 5 billion gallons of fuel in military operations worldwide, at a cost of approx. $17.3 billion. This report (1) assesses DODńˇ╗s approach for fuel demand management, including at forward-deployed locations in Afghanistan; (2) determines the extent to which DOD has initiatives to promote fuel efficiency at forward-deployed locations in Afghanistan and efforts to coordinate and collaborate on such initiatives; and (3) assesses efforts to measure the results of its fuel demand management initiatives and establish a baseline measure of fuel consumption in Afghanistan. Table and figures. This is a print on demand rpeort.
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