They Rule the Night

By Sgt. Jeffrey AlexanderJanuary 17, 2007

The Soldiers conduct operations 24/7, often at night.
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The Soldiers make a security halt, keeping vigilant for signs of trouble. Their night vision equipment allow them to view their surroundings.
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The Soldiers march down a dirt road toward their objectives. The glow sticks on the backs of their helmets enables Soldiers to locate each other using their night vision goggles, which pick up the infrared signature.
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The Soldiers arrive at one of their objectives; a home where weapons are possibly concealed.
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