Vance “AIMs” for fuel savings with new vehicle tracking system

Wayne Shearon, a PAE vehicle inspector, reviews a list of all Vance vehicles with an installed Automated Information Module Fuel Management system, better known as AIM 2, Aug. 11, in Building 293. AIM 2 in an Air Force system designed to track fuel efficiency and more effectively manage vehicle fleets. From his computer Shearon can see how many miles a car has driven since its last fill up, see if the car is having any maintenance issues, and even see the speed at which the vehicle was driven. (U.S. Air Force photo Tech. Sgt. James Bolinger)

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