Can You Check The Oil While You're At It?
April 12, 2003 3:34 AM Subscribe
$400 Dollars (yes, that's four hundred)
is the price per gallon of gas for our military. The cost of moving fuel to a war theater can boost its price to about $10 dollars per gallon. And if it has to be airlifted in, that price tag can reach $400 dollars a gallon or more. This story is the opening piece on this week's edition of Living on Earth on NPR. Read the transcript here
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