The US Army wants to combine its powerful new night-vision goggles and its new pocket-sized spy drones so soldiers can see the battlefield like never before

FLIR SystemsFLIR Black Hornet IIIThe US Army recently fielded L3’s Enhanced Night Vision Goggles – Binocular (ENVG-B) with the Family of Weapon Sights – Individual (FWS-I), systems that give soldiers an improved ability to operate in the dark, as well as accurately shoot from the hip and around corners.The service has also fielded Black Hornet personal reconnaissance drones, part of the Soldier Borne Sensor (SBS) program, that allow soldiers to deploy pocket-sized unmanned aerial vehicles for reconnaissance missions without leaving their cover.The Army is now considering integrating the ENVG-B and SBS “to provide dismounted leaders a live video feed” from the mini drones inside their goggles, Business Insider learned Monday.The US Army recently fielded new night-vision goggles that give soldiers

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