The U.S. Army has released a "Climate Strategy" and is engaged in peddling climate alarmism.
"Climate change endangers national and economic security, and the health and well-being of the American people. The risks associated with climate change are broad, significant, and urgent. These risks will impact the Army at all levels: from how and where units operate and train, to how the service as a whole equips and sustains Soldiers to fight in multi-domain operations," the document declares.
"For today’s Soldiers operating in extreme temperature environments, fighting wildfires, and supporting hurricane recovery, climate change isn’t a distant future, it is a reality," Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth said in the foreword. "The Army must adapt across our entire enterprise and purposefully pursue greenhouse gas mitigation strategies to reduce climate risks."
The military branch is aiming to dramatically cut down on greenhouse gas emissions with the eventual goal of reaching net zero emissions — the Army is seeking to reach a "50% reduction in Army net GHG pollution by 2030, compared to 2005 levels" and to reach "net-zero Army GHG emissions by 2050."
Over on Twitter, the Army responded after someone commented, "Gee, and all I was taught at Ft Benning was how to kill the enemy. This new generation is so lucky! Not."
"Pretty sure we can still care for the environment and train our Soldiers to be the most lethal in the world. Just a thought," the Army replied.