Army Commandos Will be First to Get Bad-Weather Vision Sensors for ChoppersBy
Unit has done missions from Bin Laden raid to Black Hawk Down
Dust and snow limiting visibility has cost lives, $1 billion
The U.S. Army commando unit that’s flown missions from “Black Hawk Down” to the raid that killed Osama bin Laden will be the first to get new sensor technology to help guide helicopters through sometimes deadly bad weather.
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