Angelina joined forces with Interactive Life Forms, the company behind the Fleshlight, to build the new toy, which the performer said carries extra meaning for her because her boyfriend recently deployed overseas.
“I can’t be there with him, but I will do everything I can to support him,” she said.
Fleshlight has timed the release of the new toy to come near Veteran's Day.
“We’re grateful every day for the freedoms we enjoy in America. It’s an honor to be of service to military families around the world,” said Fleshlight creator Steve Shubin.
Angelina added that she was eager to get the device into the hands of as many U.S. servicemen as possible.
“Nothing gets me hotter than the servicemen and women who keep me safe at night," she said. "Thanks to Fleshlight, now I can send a big wet 'thank you' to my man and everyone else who's ever worn a uniform. It’s soft, tight and made in the U.S.A. It’s the perfect match for a perfect soldier: built to serve them every bit as well as they serve our country.”