Night Vision Goggles Being Used In Dog Fouling Crackdown

B1E14138 – Night Vision Goggles

“It’s difficult at those times because the person has to be caught in the act. However, with night vision, the dog wardens can see that much further along footpaths where the problem occurs and catch offenders. We will use it in hot spots, where dog fouling is most prevalent.
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AN/PVS-7B Night Vision Goggles

Afghanistan tragedy: The 20-year-old’s father James McLaren looks on as his body is repatriated following the death on July 4 David Ridley, the Wiltshire and Swindon Coroner, recorded that Highlander McLaren had been assaulted, tortured and ultimately executed by insurgents. He said: Quite clearly Scott was concerned as regards the missing goggles and talked of going back to the checkpoint where they were last seen. But the evidence, and in particular the CCTV imagery, points quite clearly to Scott heading off in an entirely different direction. It is unclear what Scott was doing that night and sadly the only person who could help us is no longer with us. The inquest heard that two weeks before his death Highlander McLaren had become emotional and told a sergeant that he kept messing up. Sergeant Finn Beary said: I said Youre only a young lad and this is your first tour. He didnt give any indication what he was messing up. It seemed like he had been putting a lot of pressure on himself. Grief: Kirsty McLaren, the soldier’s sister, is seen during his funeral in Edinburgh.
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Young soldier who wandered off after night-vision goggles went missing was caught, tortured and murdered by Taliban

Rate It: Let us know what we’re missing History The AN/PVS-7B represents the current state of the art in night vision goggles. Initially, it will augment the AN/PVS-5 NVG, and over time, it will replace the AN/PVS-5. The Marine Corps is interested in procuring a clip-on Night Vision Magnification Device (NVMD) to satisfy the need to see targets at the maximum effective range of its weapons. Description The AN/PVS-7B is a single-tube night vision goggle, Generation III image intensifier which uses prisms and lenses to provide the user with simulated binocular vision. The Marine Corps is acquiring the AN/PVS-7B, a model which incorporates a high light level protection circuit in a passive, self-contained image intensifier device which amplifies existing ambient light to provide the operator a means of conducting night operations. A shipping case, soft carrying case, eyepiece and objective lens cap, and filter are ancillary items.
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Night vision goggles normally used by the army

on the dates specified below for various agencies of the State of Missouri. The specifications may be obtained on the Internet at https://www.moolb.mo.gov. Questions regarding obtaining specifi cations may be directed to (573) 751-2387. B1E14138 – Night Vision Goggles 01/27/14; B1E14168 – Equipment: Dishwasher, Conveyor Type 01/24/14; B1E14174 – Steam Kettle and Braising Pan 01/30/14; B1E14185 – Paper, Roll 02/13/14; B1E14189 – Turkey Breast 01/28/14; B1E14193 – Inboard Motor Jet Boats and Trailers 01/28/14; B1E14196 – Bus Repair and Towing REBID 01/30/14; B1E14198 – Auto motive Repair & Parts – FORD 02/04/14 10480681 Jackson Jan 16, 2014 Prior Ad # Ad # 20820610 Daily Journal of Commerce has abstracted these listings from public notices submitted to us for publication, which we do not independently verify.
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