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U.S. installations will face rising requirements for energy security going forward, as installations increasingly directly support military operations from inside the United States. In addition to providing military capabilities, installation energy services also enable DoD to support the Department...

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Published in: Capabilities-Based Planning for Energy Security at Department of Defense Installations p. 27
Main Authors: Constantine Samaras, Henry H. Willis
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Published: RAND Corporation 02-11-2013
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Summary: U.S. installations will face rising requirements for energy security going forward, as installations increasingly directly support military operations from inside the United States. In addition to providing military capabilities, installation energy services also enable DoD to support the Department of Homeland Security’s response to disasters and terrorist attacks. Our intention with this think piece is to stimulate a discussion of how DoD installation energy services contribute to homeland defense and homeland security, how DoD can evaluate choices to maintain adequate energy services to critical missions located in the United States, and how DoD can make tradeoff decisions to maintain these
ISBN: 9780833079107
0833079107
DOI: 10.7249/j.ctt2jc9g1.12