PILOTS SKITTISH ABOUT SEE-IN-THE-DARK SPECSGround troops love night vision goggles, StrategyPage says. Pilots do not."Resolution and visual acuity, depth perception, and field of view are reduced" when wearing the 'see-in-the-dark' gadgets, according to StrategyPage. The $12,000 goggles "provide a dangerous illusion of what the wearer is actually seeing."
PILOTS SKITTISH ABOUT SEE-IN-THE-DARK SPECS
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