The US Navy has launched a new filter to reduce the amount of CO2 that gets into the atmosphere, and it’s a big deal.
The Navy is selling a new air filter that has been designed to filter out CO2 from the atmosphere.
The Air Purifier Filter is the latest in a growing range of air purifiers that will come with filters that are meant to remove the harmful pollutant.
It is designed to remove CO2 and particulate matter from the air, as well as from water.
It works by attaching to a filter with a filter element, which allows the air in the filter to be pulled out.
The air in that filter is then passed through a filter cartridge which is filled with CO2.
The cartridge contains an oxygen filter element.
When the cartridge is filled, a pressure tube is inserted to draw out the CO2 gas.
The filters are designed to be worn by sailors who are not in uniform.
It’s also designed to work with the Navy’s air purification equipment, including a pressure hose and a nozzle.
The filter was developed to replace an air purify filter used on the warship USS Ronald Reagan.
The new filter is also made of titanium and comes in a variety of sizes, with one model measuring 16 inches (42cm) long and 10 inches (25cm) wide.
It will cost about $3,500 and is available for pre-order at Amazon.com.