2009 - Energy and the Risks to National Security
Powering America’s Defense: Energy and the Risks to National Security is a report by CNA's Military Advisory Board (MAB) that explores the impact of America's energy choices on our national security policies. This report follows the MAB's groundbreaking 2007 report National Security and the Threat of Climate Change, which found that "climate change, national security, and energy dependence are a related set of global challenges."
This new volume builds on that finding by considering: the security risks inherent in our current energy posture; energy choices the nation can make to enhance our national security; the impact of climate change on our energy choices and our national security; and the role the Department of Defense can play in the nation’s approach to energy security and climate change.
Source: Center for Naval Analysis
- General Charles F. “Chuck” Wald, USAF (Ret.)
- General Ronald E. Keys, USAF (Ret.)
- Admiral John B. Nathman, USN (Ret.)
- General Charles G. Boyd, USAF (Ret.)
- Admiral T. Joseph Lopez, USN (Ret.)
- Rear Admiral David R. Oliver, Jr., USN (Ret.)
- Lieutenant General Lawrence P. Farrell, Jr., USAF (Ret.)
- General Robert Magnus, USMC (Ret.)
- General Gordon R. Sullivan, USA (Ret.)
- General Paul J. Kern, USA (Ret.)
- Vice Admiral Dennis V. McGinn, USN (Ret.)
- Vice Admiral Richard H. Truly, USN (Ret.)