David Galland (in 2009)

The U.S. government is now sending teams of energy conservation specialists to accompany soldiers fighting in Afghanistan. It is the crab fishermen operating off the coast of Alaska who are reputed to have the world’s most dangerous job. That may soon change, replaced by those individuals who, clipboard in hand, will be charged with telling heavily armed Marines, exhausted from humping it through the deadly Afghan highlands, to turn down their air conditioner.