While filming an MPGA video during the Battle Creek “Field of Flight” air show, our marketing team’s digital news agency filmed a segment on the US Air Force’s F-35 Lighting Team.
In 2020, Air Force Operational Energy endorsed a pilot program to demonstrate a technology that converts CO2 into operationally viable aviation fuel called E-Jet.The project hit a major milestone last year when the fuel successfully produced jet fuel from CO2, proving the process worked and setting up the conditions to create the synthetic carbon-neutral fuel in larger quantities. “History has taught us that our logistics supply chains are one of the first things the enemy attacks. As peer adversaries pose more and more of a threat, what we do to reduce our fuel and logistics demand will be critical to avoid risk and win any potential war,” said Roberto Guerrero, deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for operational energy.
Security was on high alert due to the importance of the F-35 fighter jets at the Field of Flight in Battle Creek Mich. According to the military officials these jets are the most lethal, survivable and connected fighter aircraft in the world, giving pilots an advantage against any adversary
Biodiesel and renewable propane formed from biomass produce far less greenhouse gases than the crude oil. Supporters also argue that biofuel production is less environmentally damaging than drilling for oil. Biojet fuel is a drop-in type of fuel that can be used interchangeably with traditional jet fuel without significant alteration of an aircraft’s engines.
In 2008, Virgin Atlantic flew a Boeing 747 with kerosene blended with palm oil and coconut oil.
Article Source: CR Marketing, Air Force Operational Energy, Intelligent Partnership, and Investor’s Business Daily