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night vision

[′nīt ‚vizh·ən]
(physiology)
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Though much has changed since then, Pentagon leadership still views regaining the night-vision advantage as a critical goal.
With these night-vision enablers, Taliban fighters are able to approach Afghan bases nearly undetected before the attack.
The helicopter program at COCC is one of the few in the country with a course in night-vision flying.
Air Force training facility for F-16 fighter pilots, who now regularly train to use night-vision goggles, which have been utilized in recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.
"Complaints about glare, halo, and night-vision problems have decreased dramatically," says Gregory J.
Sargent says that in addition to photo-voltaic applications, his material might find its way into night-vision cameras for the military.
The Odeon cinema in Newcastle has been issued with night-vision goggles to use during screenings of the latest Harry Potter film in an effort to stamp out piracy.
Project Manager Soldier Equipment has fielded some of the most advanced night-vision and laser technologies available.
Secretary Powell, Deputy Secretary Armitage, Assistant Secretary Bloomfield and honored guests, what you see before you here is an export license application submitted through the D-Trade Electronic Licensing System from ABCD Vision, Inc., for the export of one pair of Generation Three Night-Vision Goggles to the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense.
According to the AP, Russia "is putting American troops at risk by selling antitank guided missiles, jamming devices and night-vision goggles to Iraq."
Now the club is fighting back with night-vision scopes like those used in the Gulf war.
Aurora Tactical LLC, a night-vision equipment integrator and tactical-weapons distributor in Springdale, is on the verge of offering its own high-end digital night-vision devices that leverage new technology.