Soldiers of the future should get used to breathing filtered air. Air quality in war zones has grown to debilitating levels due to radioactive materials from allied ordnance.
The depleted uranium used in Southwest Asia is becoming too toxic a hazard for generals to deny their forces in combat zones extreme protective measures.
Approaching NASA encapsulation, military uniforms and other enclosures under contract are being designed to shield radiation and other biotoxins.
"Our troops will be able to charge any situation," emphasized Gen. "Whitey" McDermott. "The new suits also incorporate latest cooling design technology to protect against the desert heat."
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