Night Vision Training

The night vision and night vision goggle training courses prepare your forces for this operational challenge.

Night Vision and Night Vision Goggle Training

Night Vision Training Overview

Modern warfare requires that both ground and air forces conduct night missions as a strategic function of warfare. Effective militaries must continue to train for and maintain an around-the-clock, all weather, operational capability with great emphasis on night operations. However, training forces to function effectively at night using unaided and image-intensifying devices is a concern of the operational and aeromedical communities. Your ground and air forces should receive initial NV training with proficiency testing and attend annual refresher training. The AMTI NVT and NVGT courses prepare your forces for this operational challenge.

Vision (1 Day Program)

This course is a classroom presentation providing information on the aspects of Vision. Topics are covered on Anatomy of the Eye, Object Recognition, Detail, Distance and Depth Perception, Photopic, Scoptopic, and Mesopic Vision, Purkinje Shift, Visual Illusions, Day and Night Scanning Techniques. Academic course only.

Night Vision and Dark Adaptation (1 Day Program)

This course is a classroom presentation providing information on the aspects of Night Vision and Dark Adaptation. Topics are covered on Anatomy of the Eye, Object Recognition, Detail, Distance and Depth Perception, Photopic, Scoptopic, and Mesopic Vision, and Night Scanning Techniques. Academic course only.

Night Vision Goggle Training Course (1 Day Program)

This course is a classroom presentation providing information on Visual System Overview, Introduction to use of NVG’s, NVG limitations, Operational Considerations, Environmental Issues, Physiological Problems, NVG Preflight, Fitting and Focusing Exercise and Terrain Model Board Exercises. Academic course and TMB exercises. Please Note: Night Vision Goggles are not provided as part of this course.