The Pentagon is moving forward with the construction of a $2 billion project to convert the chicken eggs of chickens in the US military into fertilized crescent-shaped fertilized chicken eggs.

The project is part of the Department of Defense’s “Agricultural Innovation Center” and is slated to start in 2019.

The goal of the new project is to provide the U.S. military with a source of food and fiber to supplement the diets of its troops.

The chicken eggs will be manufactured at a new facility in the state of Arizona and processed in a new process called the C-2 process, according to the Department’s press release.

The new fertilized eggs will come from chickens bred for the purpose of being fertilized with a chemical called azoxymethane.

The military expects the new fertilization process to increase the efficiency of the production of fertilized chickens.

The C-1 fertilization plant, which is in the process of being completed, is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, according the military.

The Pentagon announced the project in November, after the military spent $1 billion to expand the military’s food supply to meet the growing needs of its soldiers.

The expansion of food supply for the military has been a central part of President Donald Trump’s strategy to address the growing threat of hunger in the U,S.

The president has focused his public diplomacy efforts around the use and importance of a “food revolution” to improve food security.

“The food revolution is an urgent national security challenge, and we must be bold in our efforts to build a food revolution that improves the lives of millions,” Trump said during his inauguration speech on Jan. 20.

“It is the only way to get our troops, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardmen fed, safe, and healthy.”

The Pentagon has been developing and testing the fertilized fertilized egg production process for the past several years.

The Army has partnered with DuPont to conduct an initial research phase in 2017 that showed that the fertilization method worked as well as other traditional egg fertilization methods.

In addition to the fertilizing process, the Army is also planning to add an additional step to the process to create a fertilized “coated” egg that can be shipped and transported.

The fertilized coating will help the fertilizers concentrate more of the egg and improve the efficiency.

The egg production system was developed in collaboration with the DuPont Corporation and other food producers.

The program will be used to produce fertilized chicks, according a statement by the Pentagon.

The chickens will be fed with a variety of grain, and the fertilizer can be mixed with soybeans, rice, wheat, and corn to increase its yield.

In a statement, DuPont said the program will help increase the productivity of its fertilized hen eggs by providing an easy and cost-effective method for growing feed for the U and allied troops.

“As the United States continues to grow in terms of our population and consumption, we are increasingly reliant on feed for military personnel,” DuPont Chief Operating Officer Joe Gebhardt said in the statement.

“This new technology will allow us to meet our growing feed demand while ensuring our troops are well fed and have the best nutritional benefits.”