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goggles

[′gäg·əlz]
(engineering)
Spectacle-like eye protectors having shields at the sides and short, projecting eye tubes.
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As an ASO, I feed night-vision goggles are one of the greatest safety devices we have introduced into naval aviation.
KADENA AIR BASE, Japan -- Working in the stealth of night just got a little easier thanks to new night vision goggles.
Since the mid-1990s, the Army and the Marine Corps have used a combination of ballistic/laser protective spectacles (BLPSs), special protective eyewear, cylindrical system (SPECS), and sun, wind, and dust goggles (SWDGs) to shield troops from eye injury.
These latex-free products include disposable eye shields, face shields, solid side shields, facemasks with splash shields, protective goggles, and protective glasses.
More than 80% reported wearing gloves, masks, and boots, and 31% reported wearing goggles at all times during culling.
My old swimming goggles fit perfectly on the thin cross section of birch.
In addition to breaking the pistol qualifying course into its component parts and providing hands-on, individualized supportive instruction, the Fast Track instructors employ another, more high-tech solution to shooting problems - a miniaturized video camera mounted on a set of virtual-reality goggles.
An expanded line of goggles for impact and chemical splash protection now available
For this purpose we have developed hemifield goggles which fit over corrective lenses if necessary.
Workers can be protected from hot sparks by using goggles and spectacles with side protection.
Avoid this tiresome scenario with a new pair of antifog goggles (3, center).
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