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On Guard Oil, ‘On Guard’ is on the front lines of the ongoing battle against climate change



A bit guard guard is a new oil, but the same technology that powers the most powerful engines on the planet is being used by some of the most extreme weather events on the face of the planet.

The new technology is a product of the National Guard in Minneapolis.

“This is not something that’s been around for a while,” Guard spokeswoman Kelly Hildreth said.

She said that the guard had been using this oil for several years.

This is an oil that’s basically the same as the stuff we use to lubricate the engine.

It’s made of a mixture of hydrocarbons, including bitumen and water.

Hildreth added that the oil would have a lifespan of up to 10 years.

It is not available on the market in Australia, but a prototype has been sent to Australia.

While there’s a lot of excitement surrounding the technology, it has been in development for about five years, Hildrost said.

The Guard is the first major military organisation to use it.

Its development is being overseen by a team of scientists and engineers.

For now, the oil is used to lubricant the guards engines, and some of their equipment.

However, the Guard has been researching the oil for some time.

In 2014, the Army asked the Guard to look at using bitumen to make the Guard’s oil, and it’s now been tested.

According to Hildre, the research will continue.

It’s not just about oil, the Guards team is also looking at the energy efficiency of the bitumen.

“[The researchers] have a plan to use this technology to generate a bitumen fuel that can be used in other military applications,” she said.

“This technology is used in our tanks, the ones we use for training.”

The oil was developed by a research team led by scientists at the University of Illinois.

Researchers used a special type of nanofabricated plastic to coat a layer of bitumen with an electric current.

They then applied the coating to an insulated container to reduce the size of the oil.

Once the oil was heated, it was able to convert the water in the container into electricity.

That’s when the researchers started to understand what was happening.

Their goal was to have the oil produce electricity at the same time that the bituminous material was being heated, producing a lot more electricity than was produced by just heating the bitumens oil.

“You would get more electricity from this type of material than you would from any other kind of oil,” Hildren said.

“It’s a very efficient material for heating.”

“The amount of electricity produced in a 10-year-old oil is more than the amount produced by the solar panels on the roof of your house,” she added.

During the research, the team also looked at the carbon dioxide emissions generated from using the oil, which were comparable to using conventional diesel.

After the testing was finished, the researchers sent their results to a company that would be producing the oil from their product.

But the company wasn’t satisfied with their results.

Instead, the company had a different idea for the future.

Rather than using the same product to produce the oil as the military, the National Oil Company wanted to develop a new product to replace it.

“That’s where the team came up with the idea of using a synthetic bitumen,” Hainre said.

The synthetic bituminously material, or SBM, was used in the early stages of the research.

Now, they have been testing the new product on a variety of different animals and plants.

Currently, the SBM oil is being tested on cattle.

And now, it’s also being tested in the wild.

On Guard is an Australian based organisation that has been using the SBR oil for a number of years.

The oil has been approved by the Australian Government for use in agriculture, forestry and fisheries, and is used by the National Energy Regulator to clean up oil spills.

Although it is not commercially available in Australia and has only been tested on fish, it is proving to be a very successful oil.

In 2014 the National Guards team travelled to the US to test the SBL oil. 

“The first year that we did that, it produced about 10 per cent more electricity,” Hains said.

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