U.S. Navy Seeks New Energy Sources To Cut Logistic Ties

The U.S. Navy wants to cut its logistical tethers by tapping new power sources. “If liberated from much of the supply chain, both the Navy and Marine Corps could operate more efficiently as well as more securely,” notes Vice Adm. Philip Cullom, deputy chief of naval operations for Fleet Readiness...

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