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The Navy is testing whether alternative fuels can keep its fleet moving on a large scale.
Rear Admiral Kurt Kunkel and Mark Iden, with the Defense Energy Support Center, discuss a new agreement to advance the development and deployment of commercially viable, environmentally friendly, alternative aviation fuels.
The Defense Department says it's committed to changing both the way it uses energy and the kinds of energy the military uses.
The Defense Logistics Agency buys and distributes nearly five-million items such as rations, medical supplies and equipment, clothing and textiles, repair parts for land, sea and air weapons systems and platforms, fuel and energy services. DESC, which is a field activity of the Defense Logistics Agency, provides the military and other government agencies with a variety of fuel and energy services. We learn more about DESC's mission from Mark Iden, Deputy Director of Operations, and Colonel Steve Kephart, Director of Mobility Fuels.