Omni Medical Systems, Inc. News 

Tactical Dehydration News
June 25, 2014
Tactical Dehydration is an Operational and Safety Risk for Legacy and F-35 Fighter Pilots.

The US Air Force AMXD development program was a success story for the US Air Force Life Support development program office over 7 years ago.

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Pilot Tactical Dehydration – An Operational Risk Comparable to Intoxication?
June 11, 2014
Most military pilots practice Tactical Dehydration every day, unaware of its devastating effects and symptoms, which increase the risk of aircraft incidents and accidents, even on short flights during a mildly warm day.

Dehydration results in significant decrements in physical and cognitive performance of aircrew. Each of these can occur when two percent or more of body weight is lost because of unreplaced water or water restriction, heat and/or physical exertion. A practical solution has now been approved by the USAF, and USN/ USMC.

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Air Force Safe-to-Fly
February 6, 2014
The NEW AMXDmax has received Safe-to-Fly on the following United States Air Force (USAF) aircraft: F-22, F-35, F-16, F-15, A-10, F-4, B-1, B-2, B-52, C-130 Series, C-135 Series, E-3 Series, E-4 Series, E-8 Series, C-12 Series, T-38, T-6, T-1, CV-22, HH-60, and UH-1.


Navy Safe-to-Fly
August 2013
The NEW AMXDmax has received Safe-to-Fly on all US Navy aircraft.

The AMXDmax is an improved version of the legacy AMXD (obsolete) which was previously recommended StF for use on all USAF Aircraft, 17 November 2006. A product of Omni Medical Systems Inc., the AMXDmax is a constant-wear, fully automatic, in-flight bladder relief device.  It is an effective, hand-free solution allowing aircrew to focus on objectives for the entire mission without distraction, dehydration impairment, or discomfort.


Obsolete AMXD Reminder Sent
January 9, 2013
Omni sent communications to all military branches reminding them that any remaining inventories of the original version of the AMXD were now obsolete and the shelf life had expired. These systems should be removed from inventory and NOT fielded. The current version being fielded is the AMXDmax.


The AMXDmax Initial F-35 Mockup Cockpit Assessment Completed
July 19, 2012
The AMXDmax successfully completed the Initial F-35 Mockup Cockpit Assessment that was conducted by NAVAIR at Lockheed Martin's facility at Forth Worth (LMFW), TX, on July 19, 2012.


AMXD-A Version Discontinued, Replaced by AMXDmax
December 31, 2011
AMXD-A systems no longer available after 12/31/2011 and will be 
considered obsolete at the end of their warranty. Omni will continue to support and supply the disposables for the original AMXD and AMXD-A until 12/31/2013.


AMXDmax Completes Air Worthiness Certification Testing
November 8, 2011
Omni received a memorandum from NAVAIR stating that the AMXDmax passed the final two (EMI and ESD) testing requirements to get flight clearance for both legacy and JSF F-35 Aircraft on November 8, 2011. Omni began fielding systems to deployed Air Force, Navy, and Army aircrew.


AMXDmax Completes Wounded Soldier Trials
February 15, 2011
Omni completed clinical trials for the Army funded wounded solider version of the AMXDmax. Omni began delivering systems for spinal-cord injured veterans.


AMXDmax CBRN Version Receives US Patent
January 25, 2011
Omni received US Patent for it's 
connectivity system which self perforates and self seals upon installation in the Chem-Bio Suit and seals upon connection and disconnection of life support systems to prevent contamination from entering inside the Chem-Bio Suit and threatening the health or safety of the user.


Original AMXD Discontinued, Replaced by AMXD-A
December 31, 2010
Original AMXD systems no longer available after 12/31/2010 and will be considered obsolete at the end of their warranty. Omni will continue to support and supply the disposables for the original AMXD until 12/31/2013.


New AMXD Version A Receives Safe To Fly
March 2010 
Omni's new AMXD-A successfully completes DOD funded ROTC version air worthiness certification testing at the Navy's Paxton River ejection seat testing facility. Test included man-seat separation, wind blast, and vertical acceleration.

Man-Seat SeparationWind BlastVertical Acceleration


Defense Contractor Gets Boost From Feds
January 11, 2010

VPR Article

No Bathroom? No Problem for Pilots
May 29, 2008

WCAX Article
WCAX Video

How do Pilots Spell Relief? AMXD
May 16, 2008

Omni Medical Systems featured in the following news releases:
CNN Article
CNN Video

Airforce Times Article

GSA Product Listing
February 20, 2008

 GSA product listing is now available.

(US Government Pricing Only)


Omni's New Facility
December 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Omni relocated to a new world class production facility in Milton, Vermont.


Safe-to-Fly Award
November 17, 2006

Omni Medical Systems has been awarded Safe-to-Fly by the United States Air Force for the Advanced Mission Extender Device (AMXD®).


FDA Approval of the Advanced Mission Extender Device (AMXD®)
October 20, 2006

Omni Medical Systems has received FDA approval for the AMXD®.


British Royal Air Force
Fall 2006

The Global Defense and Security Experts at Qinetiq in England have successfully completed ground trials. The only thing they wanted to see changed was the length of the hose to accomodate the Unified Combined Harness they use in the Euro Fighter. Soon, they will be commencing their flight trials.