The U.S. military forks out a whopping $20.2billion a year on keeping troops in Iraq and Afghanistan cool, it has emerged.
The alarming figure is more than Nasa's entire annual budget and trumps the amount the G-8 has pledged to aid Egypt and Tunisia.
It's even more than the clean up cost of BPs Gulf oil spill.
U.S. military spends a cool $20billion on air conditioning annually in Iraq and Afghanistan
Meanwhile, the US government is outlawing incandescent light bulbs in the "homeland".
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