The Marine Corps has begun fielding brand-new night vision goggles to Force Reconnaissance and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Marines, Marine Corps Systems Command announced on Monday, with the goal of achieving full operational capacity by spring 2019.

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And no one knows that better than military service members and we have the pictures to prove it.

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U.S. military members often say "we own the night" due to their use of night vision devices, but the maxim no longer holds true.

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In 1991, the overwhelming success of night vision-equipped U.S. troops in the Gulf War inspired a brand new axiom of the modern American military: We own the night. But new ISIS propaganda video, released following the expulsion of the terror group from their last de facto stronghold in Raqqa, has a clear message for Western forces: Not anymore. 

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U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Isaac Ibarra

The Marine Corps just awarded a $51 million contract to issue every Marine the Enhanced Combat Helmet, Marine Corps Systems Command announced on June 9.

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The U.S. Army is developing a brand new piece of technology ripped straight out of “Call of Duty” —  Tactical Augmented Reality, a heads-up display designed to enhance situational awareness under any conditions.

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