Being in the military has given me so much exposure, unique experiences, knowledge, and training found nowhere else apart from service. Job rotation has allowed me to get in touch with highly sensitive tools and departments.
Be keen here, am not letting the cat out of the bag but night vision devices are among the main tools we use for surveillance.
Rescue missions and ambush are very tricky in approach, and you obviously want to have some prior information before getting engaged.
This is the reason why night vision scope was initially a military innovation they so badly needed night vision.
It has helped manage very tactical situations that would have otherwise been difficult to handle, the enemy would pin down the personnel and take over the territory.