Air Force's Top Energy Official Resigns Citing Constraints on Ability to Serve

By John Reed / July 28, 2008 at 5:00 AM
The Air Force's top energy official resigned today claiming he can no longer do his job because of recent changes to the service's leadership. The departure of William Anderson comes as a blow to the service's highly publicized push to adopt coal-based synthetic jet fuel by 2016. In his letter to President Bush, Anderson wrote that the recent changes in Air Force leadership have created "constraints on my ability to serve you," adding "I can no longer draw on a...

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