Installation leaders drive green

U.S. Army Spc. Dean Kalogris charges the installation’s command sergeant major’s electric car on Fort Bliss, Texas, April 14, 2010.The base leaders drive the cars, which are made from recycled plastic and can reach speeds of 25 mph, to demonstrate their commitment to helping keep energy costs down and protecting the environment. Kalogris is assigned to Headquarters Company on Fort Bliss. U.S. Army photo by Maj. Deanna Bague

Installation leaders drive green

U.S. Army Spc. Dean Kalogris charges the installation’s command sergeant major’s electric car on Fort Bliss, Texas, April 14, 2010.The base leaders drive the cars, which are made from recycled plastic and can reach speeds of 25 mph, to demonstrate their commitment to helping keep energy costs down and protecting the environment. Kalogris is assigned to Headquarters Company on Fort Bliss. U.S. Army photo by Maj. Deanna Bague

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