night vision device

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night vision device

Any electro-optical device that is used to detect visible and infrared energy and provide a visible image. Night vision goggles, forward-looking infrared, thermal sights, and low-light level television are night vision devices. Also called NVD. See also forward-looking infrared; night vision goggles(s).
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Indian forces are using drones equipped with hi-resolution cameras and night vision devices for the surveillance of protests and other pro-freedom activities in restive Kashmir, a senior police official confirmed to the media in Srinagar.
Night vision devices are extensively used by military and paramilitary forces to locate enemy targets during night operations.
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Its product offerings include a wide array of combat-proven electro-optical solutions, night vision devices, digital low light handheld devices, thermal target acquisition systems and a variety of night sights and other tritium illuminated products for safety and security applications.
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He explained that after the search of the vehicle they found three explosive belts inside and quantities of weapons and equipment and day and night vision devices with different communication devices." / End
Supported by night vision devices, the Taliban quickly ransacked the checkpoints.
Prototypes for future night vision devices are currently in development, Bowman said, and are scheduled to be transferred to Douglas' office in fiscal year 2019.

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