It has become such a staple at the Pentagon that the Pentagon recently introduced an online shopping site with a $50 price tag.
The site, iota devices, features an image of a woman urinating on a tablet and instructions for how to use the device.
In addition to the $50 website price tag, iot devices also has a $25 credit to purchase other products and accessories.
The company says the device, called iota, has been in use since 2010 at the military’s Fort Gordon, Ga., headquarters.
A number of other companies, including those that sell devices for use at the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, are selling similar devices.
But the device has gained a cult following.
A recent poll of 1,000 veterans and active duty military members found that more than 60 percent said they have used the device and nearly 70 percent said it has made them feel better about themselves.
It is estimated that between 500,000 and 700,000 iot-related devices have been sold in the U