Photo Credit: Annie Gammell
On Dec. 2, 2011, President Barack Obama directed all federal agencies to make at least $2 billion worth of energy-efficiency upgrades over the next two years -- at no up-front cost to the taxpayer. The Army has taken on the president's challenge and already invested $208.8 million of its $384-million goal in energy-saving initiatives since December 2011. Fort Bliss, Texas, was on the Army's energy-improvement plan and the installation is now much more energy efficient. Here, Soldiers from the Brigade Modernization Command participate in a "No-Fun Run" past legacy power lines and old structures at Fort Bliss.
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