Over the last decade of war, the Marine Corps has become more lethal to defeat a new enemy. But these powerful capabilities come at a cost. Our unprecedented demand for fuel and water, tethers Marines to vulnerable, logistics tails, ultimately putting Marines at risk: One Marine is killed or wounded for every 50 fuel and water convoys.
The Expeditionary energy Office of the United States Marine Corps developed an energy strategy to reduce the Marines’ fuel consumption in half by the year 2025. By using breakthrough, scalable, and renewable, technologies, such as harvesting water from the air, telekinetic energy, or solar energy,Marines will be able to carry out their mission with less logistics burden.
You are the best, thank you!Gayle von Eckartsberg, Deputy Director, USMCIdentika assisted the Expeditionary Division of the Marine Corps in developing a video to communicate the Future of Energy Strategy to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Our video production solution comprised of the following:
- Established an end-to-end production schedule, comprising of Pre-production, Production, and Post-production tasks and milestones
- Developed screenplay and storyboards
- Video editing and color grading
- Developed motion graphics and digital animations
- Voiceover narration
- Sound editing and sound scoring acquisition
- Chain of custody for clearing the copyright of the video
- Final DVD production and digital encoding
The video was successfully presented to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and to military audiences. The engaging nature of the video lets audiences quickly understand the highlights of the strategy and use it as a frame of reference to plan for energy consumption improvements in our military.