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The Army may be wasting billions on high-tech goggles soldiers don’t even want
"[I]f soldiers do not love IVAS ... then soldiers will not use it.”
Soldiers have to wait another year to get their hands on the Army’s futuristic new goggles
“The Army decided to shift the IVAS ... fielding to a date later in FY22."
The Army’s new infantry goggles put the ‘Tron’ in ‘Army Strong’
“This changes how we operate honestly."
Here are all the weapons and gear coming to soldiers and Marines in 2021
Here's what's coming to arsenals in the new year
The Army’s new heads-up display combat goggles for 2021
The Marines will get them ... never
How the Army’s futuristic new goggles are changing the mechanics of shooting, according to soldiers
After testing out the latest version of the Army's smart-soldier goggles, infantrymen from the 82nd Airborne Division say combat marksmanship definitely changes when wearing the Individual Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS)
The Army is considering changing the size of its infantry squads
"This study intends to determine the optimal size of the Infantry Squad considering the integration of new and next-generation capabilities (NGSW, IVAS, etc)"
The Army’s next-generation headset is almost ready for prime time
Slowly but surely, the Army's augmented reality headset is transitioning from delicate high-tech novelty to reinforced, ruggedized battlefield asset ahead of its eventual fielding to soldiers starting in the fiscal year 2021
Army Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) training
Soldiers at Fort Pickett, Virginia test the Microsoft-designed prototype goggle known as the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS)
The Army’s next generation headset is still on schedule to get to soldiers by 2021 — for now
But that doesn't mean there aren't other adjustments being made due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Army’s futuristic heads-up display is coming sooner than you think
It can see through smoke and in near total darkness; it can translate written foreign languages and pull up detailed maps; it can rapidly acquire and identify targets. The Army's believes its new heads-up display is the future, and it's coming to an armory near you sooner than you think