U.S. Military Testing New Ebola Isolation, Evacuation Units With Plan To Deploy In January

CQ News: Military Develops New Ebola Evacuation Units
“The military this week began testing an isolation unit to treat and evacuate service members deployed to West Africa who become infected with the Ebola virus, a senior officer said Thursday. … The units … will be available for deployed forces to begin using in early January, Gen. Paul Selva, chief of U.S. Transportation Command, said during a breakfast with reporters. The military plans to buy about 12 of the units…” (Scully, 12/4).

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