Spanish Army acquires night vision goggles
The Spanish Army has awarded domestic company Nightvision Laser Spain (NVLS) a €1.12 million ($1.32 million) contract to procure 103 sets of NVGs.
The head of economic affairs of Logistics Support Command announced the result of the tender on 31 July.
The agreement is likely to be signed by 28 August, and the devices will be delivered in two batches (the first of 57 units and the second of 36).
In the last year, NVLS won another competition to supply the Spanish Army with 87 optronic devices. The deal included 47 NVGs and 36 high-performance goggles.
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