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Airman's Roll Call: Energy at the forefront

This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on how individual Airmen are in a position to make a huge impact in the Air Force's overall efforts to conserve energy. Enlisted Airmen make up 80 percent of the Air Force, and by taking simple actions you can save the Air Force valuable resources and dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Mike Carabajal)

This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on how individual Airmen are in a position to make a huge impact in the Air Force's overall efforts to conserve energy. Enlisted Airmen make up 80 percent of the Air Force, and by taking simple actions you can save the Air Force valuable resources and dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Mike Carabajal)

SAN ANTONIO -- This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on what Airmen can do to help the Air Force conserve energy.

The Air Force is the federal government's largest consumer of energy. While individual Airmen can't necessarily control the amount of fuel we require for our aircraft, we can all do our part to ensure we conserve energy in other ways.

October is Energy Awareness Month and this year's theme is "Secure Today's Energy, Fuel Tomorrow's Mission." This theme fits with the Air Force's overall energy strategy to reduce our demand for energy, increase our energy supply and change our culture to make energy a consideration in all we do.

For more information about energy awareness, read this week's Airman's Roll Call.

Airman's Roll Call is designed for supervisors at all levels to help keep Airmen informed on current issues, clear up confusion, dispel rumors and provide additional face-to-face communication.

To subscribe to an e-mail version of the product, visit www.af.mil/subscribe. Airman's Roll Call is one of 30 featured Air Force products that can be received via e-mail.