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The P2131 military steam sterilizer has been highlighted in the latest edition of Combat & Casualty Care magazine, a publication of Tactical Defense Media. On pages 13 and 14, COL David Gibson, Commander of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, highlights some of the features and benefits of the P2131 Automated Field Steam Sterilizer, including its improved reliability, reduced water consumption, and decreased Total Lifecycle Management Costs (TLMC). The U.S. Army projects a cost savings of $5.7M across the force. In addition, the Army indicates that their full requirement for the P2131 steam sterilizer to be 475 systems. Read the full article at Combat & Casualty Care