The British army has developed antimicrobial underwear that soldiers can wear for months at a time.
The antimicrobial underpants have been introduced by the Ministry of Defense as part of a new desert uniform for soldiers. “They are coated to prevent bacterial infection, and we have tried to arrange the seams so that they don’t chafe,” said Col. Silas Suchanek, who led the team that procured the new equipment. This allows the underwear to be worn for several months without the need of washing.
Armed Forces Minister Adam Ingram said the new equipment would make Britain’s troops “among the best equipped in the world, ready to face environments ranging from desert conditions in Iraq, monsoon conditions in Brunei, to winter in the Balkans.”
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Source: USA Today
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