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MADISON, Wisconsin– The National Transportation Safety Board has encouraged civilian medical pilots to use night vision goggles since 2006 to reduce the risk of deadly nighttime crashes during emergency medical flights.  But air ambulance services have been put on waiting lists by makers of night vision gear because U.S. military contracts have higher priority than civilian orders.  For more details on this, click here and return back to comment.

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