Photo: U.S. ArmyOn Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed by retired Rear Adm. Robert James critical of the military's efforts to switch to clean fuels. He cited Amory Lovins several times; Lovins responds below. -- ed. I've worked on Naval and other defense energy issues for over three decades (not one) and served on both Defense Science Board task forces on DOD energy strategy, reporting in 2001 and 2008. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus' energy leadership and similar efforts across all Services and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense reflect the recommendations of those task forces and …
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