Poland orders more night vision devices
The Armaments Inspectorate of the Polish Ministry of National Defence (MND) announced on 10 March that it is buying more night vision equipment from existing supplier PCO.
Under the first contract, worth PLN55.7 million ($14.5 million), PCO will deliver 400 MU-3AM sets and more than 400 MU-3ADMs to newly formed units in the 18th Mechanized Division and Polish Army logistic regiments, as well as units in the Warsaw Garrison Command.
In the second contract, PCO will provide more than 100 sets of PCS-5M night vision devices (pictured) and more than 150 sets of NPL-1M night vision binoculars for Armed Forces General Command and the Warsaw Garrison Command. This deal is worth PLN15.6 million.
According to Shephard Defence Insight, NPL-1M is a lightweight binocular device designed for operations in poor visibility and at night. It includes a wide FOV and XD4/XR5 light amplifier.
PCO provided more than 10,000 night vision devices to the Polish Armed Forces from 2016-2020, according to the MND.
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