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The Venezuelan military deployed in Paraguaná are supplied with water produced from the air.

From September 19 to 29, more than 2,500 Venezuelan military personnel were deployed in various camps on the Paraguaná peninsula (Venezuela) for strategic training as part of the 17th anniversary of CeoFanb.

The event was attended by representatives from 25 Operational Zones, divided into camps that were set up in each zone with all services. For this purpose, drinking water was supplied to the personnel deployed there through the installation of several Rain of Life atmospheric water generators.

The equipment installed there came from the Punto Fijo plant in Falcón State, which was inaugurated at the beginning of the year. This plant manufactures Rain of Life atmospheric water generators for all of Latin America with Venezuelan labor.

During the military practices, equipment was installed that generated 50 liters of water per day each, thus supplying quality drinking water to all those who attended the event.