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The ventilators Russia sent the US are sitting unused in a New York warehouse — and they’re known to catch fire
The 45 ventilators were never used in the U.S., and some of them were the same model that may have caused fires that killed several COVID-19 patients in Russia
This retired airman got a ventilator prototype from the drawing board to a DOD contract in just 12 days
"We went from idea to company to design to patent to DOD contract in 12 days," Regenor said. "This alone is an amazing feat."
The Navy developed a DIY ventilator to address a critical nationwide shortage amid COVID-19
A new prototype developed by a team of engineers and experts at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City may help medical staff breathe a sigh of relief.
New York VA struggling to help vets with COVID-19. Now it’s being asked to help civilians too
The VA has a legal mandate to provide civilian care in an emergency. But the agency is facing the same surge in COVID-19 patients as other hospitals.
Militaries across the globe join the production line as ventilator makers scramble to meet demand
Amid shortages of ventilators, governments are turning to help from the military, enlisting other manufacturers and even looking to 3D printing in the hopes of ramping up production of the potentially life-saving breathing machines.
Pentagon to free up one million respirator masks immediately for coronavirus
The U.S. military will make available up to 5 million respirator masks and protective equipment, including 1 million immediately, from its strategic reserves.