night-vision binoculars

night-vision binoculars

[′nīt ‚vizh·ən bə′näk·yə·lərz]
(optics)
Binoculars that are worn like eyeglasses but use a battery-powered television camera to pick up images; the images are viewed on tiny television picture tubes built into the binoculars.
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The seized weapons and munitions included assault rifles, medium and heavy machineguns, night-vision binoculars, Western-made missiles, FAL sniper rifles, RPG launchers, assorted rocket and artillery shells, large amounts of various types of ammo, machinegun tripods, and rocket launching pads.
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ISIL also took control of several barriers after the operation, in addition to seizing arms, rockets, heavy artilleries, 10 vehicles, large number of various ammunition, communication devices, and night-vision binoculars, it noted.
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Tajik was wanted by the US after agents from the US Department of Homeland Security posed as arms dealers seeking to sell night-vision binoculars for export to Iran in violation of arms embargoes in 2006.
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