The military is now using centrifugal pumping equipment to deliver a dose of air to injured soldiers and their families during military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
According to Military.com, the Army and Marine Corps have already used the equipment during combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the Navy is expected to deploy it in 2018.
The military is currently testing the new pumps in Iraq, where it’s deployed in a variety of capacities, including providing oxygen and ventilators for wounded soldiers.
The pumps are designed to operate at speeds of up to 10 times the speed of sound, according to Military News Today.
The pumps are also designed to provide oxygen to soldiers and the families of soldiers who suffer from respiratory failure.
The air pump system is a relatively new technology that is being used by the military to deliver air to wounded soldiers and those whose families have suffered a respiratory failure, such as those who have lost a loved one.
Air is typically delivered through the nose of the air supply system, which is a large, open container that carries air into the lungs.
The air is then pumped through a tube that connects to a pump attached to a small compressor that is attached to the nose.
The new equipment has been in use since the 1980s, but the military says it was never designed to be used in the battlefield.
The Army initially deployed the air pump in Afghanistan in 2010, but stopped using it after the Taliban took over much of the country.
The new equipment was originally intended for the U.S. military to provide a short-term oxygen supply during combat missions.
The Air Force says the pump has proved invaluable in providing a respite during combat.
The military’s test facility in Texas was first used to test the pump in Iraq in 2013, and then in Afghanistan as well as the Netherlands and Belgium.