DALLAS —In an effort to cut energy costs and protect the environment, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, the Department of Defense’s oldest and largest operator of food-service and retail stores for military personnel, recently introduced several initiatives intended to reduce the organization’s carbon footprint, or the amount of greenhouse gases measured in units of carbon dioxide produced by the group’s activity. ...

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