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US Night Vision Corporation has a reputation as a leading manufacturer and distributor of the latest and highest quality night vision and tactical equipment that is known world wide. Their dedication to customer service, satisfaction and support is exemplary and sets an extremely high standard for the entire industry. Whether you're looking for body armor, a thermal imaging weapon sight, or a hands-free night vision goggle, US Night Vision has a huge selection for you to choose from.
Operating a tactical vehicle under low or no-light conditions is a difficult and often dangerous situation. Driving with the assistance of NVDs can slow down your element's rate of movement, but also makes recognition more difficult and increases your risk of fratricide. U.S. Night Vision's Blackout Infrared Filter Spare Parts Kit for the Marine Corps 7 Ton Truck is an instance force multiplier for nighttime tactical vehicle operations. These IR filters convert the visible light from your vehicle's lamps into IR illumination, and will dramatically increase your ability to see, detect and recognize with any night vision optics.
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