By Dan Saccardi
April 27, 2012

Gas prices continue to be a central focus on the presidential campaign trail, as demonstrated by last month’s posturing over oil subsidies. Regardless of your politics, however, the taxpayer dollars at stake pale in comparison to the benefits of energy policy choices now being made by our military leadership.

The U.S. military is the world’s largest industrial consumer of oil, so a major shift in its energy policies would have an impact not only on the amount of oil consumed today but also on technologies that could begin to replace fossil fuels tomorrow.

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