Pentagon On Track To Spend $16 Billion On Operational Energy In FY-14

By Tony Bertuca / December 4, 2014 at 5:33 PM
The Defense Department is slated to spend $16 billion on fuel in fiscal year 2014 to support military operations, training and exercises, after having spent $14.8 billion in FY-13, according to DOD's latest operational energy report. The Pentagon is on track to acquire 104 million barrels of liquid fuel in FY-14, an increase from 90 million the previous fiscal year, the Dec. 4 report states. "As we draw down forces from ongoing operations and adapt to a changing security environment,...

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