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It's well-established in the history of all organizations like the IPCC that
military GHG emissions are explicitly excluded from record-keeping! . . .not to mention the carbon footprint of blowing up so much stuff.

The DOD is the single largest consumer of energy in the US, and in fact, the world's single largest institutional consumer of petroleum. Since 2001, the DOD has consistently consumed between 77 and 80 percent of all US government energy consumption.

https:/watson.brown.edu/costsofwar/files/cow/imce/papers/Pentagon%20Fuel%20Use%2C%20Climate%20Chang e%20and%20the%20Costs%20of%20War%20Revised%20November%202019%20Crawford.pdf

How much fossil fuel is consumed by the US government?
The Department of Defense uses 4,600,000,000 US gallons (1.7×1010 L) of fuel annually, an average of 12,600,000 US gallons (48,000,000 L) of fuel per day. A large Army division may use about 6,000 US gallons (23,000 L) per day.

Detailed stats on USG energy sources and departmental use:

by Tom2 on Thu May 12th, 2022 at 07:02:42 AM EST

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