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).
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announced that it has secured a two-year contract design and build lightweight night-vision goggles for the U.
He and his instructor, Jared Douglas, assistant chief flight instructor at Leading Edge Aviation, were wearing night-vision goggles, which provide a green, monochromatic view of the world.
Now police have been kitted with night-vision goggles which turn the view green - as seen in Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
Highlander McLaren, of the 4th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland, had left the safety of his base in the middle of the night to go to find the pair of night-vision goggles.
Damascus said security forces on Friday seized a large shipment of weapons and explosives and night-vision goggles this week in a truck coming from Iraq.
An Iranian woman who voluntarily surrendered to the United States in expectation that she would serve no jail time was sentenced Friday to more than five years in federal prison for her role in a plot to smuggle military night-vision goggles to Iran.
HOLLYWOOD moguls are so scared that bootleggers will pirate The Simpsons Movie that security guards wearing night-vision goggles will patrol a secret screening in Birmingham tomorrow.
CINEMAS in Malaysia are using a new weapon in the fight against movie pirates - military-style night-vision goggles.
Scanning the horizon with my night-vision goggles, I noticed that one ship seemed to be much brighter than the all the others.
The researchers donned night-vision goggles to remove, in darkness, the dominant fish from each tank.
and MultiGen-Paradigm to provide the F-16 Networked Training Center at Luke Air Force Base with a high-fidelity NVG training capability that realistically and precisely simulates what F-16 pilots actually see through night-vision goggles when they fly nighttime missions.
To navigate after nightfall, they strap on night-vision goggles and pilot toward the white-tinged flames.