A logistics system for US forces would allow troops to stay in their bases for as long as they like without having to worry about leaving their vehicles behind, an Australian company says.

The company Tql said on Monday that it would be able to supply logistics for troops on military bases and for US military missions using the Tql technology.

Tql’s technology could make logistics more efficient and easier to operate than the logistics system currently in use in many military units, according to the company’s CEO and co-founder, Andrew Rizvi.

It would be similar to the way the US Air Force uses GPS and other GPS systems to help with aircraft maintenance and operations, Rizviz said.

“Our goal is to be able, in the next two to three years, to supply every soldier, sailor and airman on active duty to a mission they want to be deployed to in the US,” Rizvas said.

Tql, which has already secured contracts for the US military and a number of other countries, has a wide range of commercial and government contracts for its system.

Its technology has been used in Australia for decades to keep soldiers in their vehicles while in the field.

Rizvitz said the company would use Tql to help support troops on the ground.

There are currently some 3,000 military vehicles on the road that are not using Tql.

But Rizvid said the system could help improve the efficiency of the vehicles’ systems.

That could mean the vehicle could use fewer batteries and be able run more efficiently, Rizzi said.

The Australian military has used Tql since 2003, when it was introduced by the US Army.

Since then, Tql has been widely used by US military personnel to keep their vehicles on a road during combat.

At the time of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, the US Navy and Air Force had deployed Tql systems to support their helicopters and other aircraft.

The technology is still used by the Air Force, Marine Corps, and other forces, but is mostly used in the United States, Riza said.

“Tql is very much used in both the US and Australia,” Riza added.

Some of the systems on US military bases in Afghanistan and Iraq are already used by Australian troops.