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Operational Energy

Photos (left to right): Base Camp System Integration Laboratory, PM Force Sustainment Systems; CW4 Daniel McClinton; Advanced Medium Mobile Power System

Operational Energy

The Army Operational Energy program helps ensure the powering of Army vehicles, aircraft and mission command systems is based on energy-informed decisions. Oversight activities include assessing the impact of power flow in soldier-carried equipment, such as radios and GPS systems. The program also focuses on reducing power consumption and extending battery life in the field.

The program is also integrating energy resilience and security measures into training programs and everyday decision-making processes to enhance Army readiness.

Army Operational Energy Policy 30 Apr 2013

Updated as of May 21, 2018