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Breezer Mobile Cooling Heads to the 2018 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit

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This year’s Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit takes place from April 25 – April 27 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Breezer Mobile Cooling is proud to participate in this premier event dedicated to the army aviation community. We’ll be in booth #1501, eager to support the U.S. Airforce and excited to demonstrate our mobile, high-quality cooling products.

It’s long known that high temperatures pose a considerable threat to health, safety, morale and readiness. In fact, the National Defense Health Agency considers high temperatures a “significant threat” to military health and operations.[1]  Breezer Mobile Cooling is here to help. Our rugged cooling solutions are mobile, mission-ready in no time, and virtually maintenance free. The advanced cooling power of the Breezer Mobile Cooling fans has been tested in extreme conditions. It is proven to manage hot temperatures, reduce heat-related injuries and keep the morale up.

“We are very pleased to showcase at this year’s Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit our new product, the O2. It’s our contribution to keep the soldiers ready and strong at all times. The O2 features the same cooling power as the Power Breezer, but has a smaller foot print. This makes it a viable cooling solution for the aviation community,” states Richard Clem, CSM US ARMY Ret. and VP of Government Business Development.

Our entire booth team at the Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit consists of retired veterans who understand your needs and requirements. They look forward to sharing with you the latest in mobile cooling technology. Stop by booth #1501, the coolest booth on the tradeshow floor. Make plans to attend one of the hands-on live demos to experience the power of cool. To find out more ahead of the show, click here.

[1] https://www.militarytimes.com/off-duty/military-fitness/2017/07/19/heat-illness-remains-significant-threat-to-troops-despite-warnings-and-guidance/

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