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AN/PSQ-20

US military night vision goggle

AN/PSQ-20 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle
PEO AN PSQ-20.jpg

Profile view of the Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG)

TypeMonocular
Place of originUnited States
CategoryMilitary
In service2008–present
Used byUS Armed Forces
DesignerITT Exelis
Raytheon
ManufacturerITT Exelis
Unit costUS$18,000[1]
Weightc. 2 lb (0.91 kg)
Cont Operation (h)7.5 hours
Mode of OperationPassive
Field of vision28 degrees (IR)
38 degrees (I2)
System zoom1x

The AN/PSQ-20 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG) is a third-generation passive monocular night vision device developed for the United States Armed Forces by ITT Exelis. It fuses image-intensifying and thermal-imaging technologies, enabling vision in conditions with very little light. The two methods can be used simultaneously or individually. The ENVG was selected by the US Army's Program Executive Office Soldier (PEO Soldier) as a supporting device for the Future Force Warrior program in 2004, and is intended to replace the older AN/PVS-7 and AN/PVS-14 systems.[2] Although more expensive and heavier than previous models, US Special Forces began using the goggles in 2008 and the US Army's 10th Mountain Division began fielding the AN/PSQ-20 in 2009.[3] Improvements to the goggles have been attempted to make them lighter, as well as enabling the transmission of digital images to and from the battlefield.[4]

Development[edit]

In August 2003, PEO Soldier, the acquisition agency of the US Army, started evaluating designs from ITT Industries and Northrop Grumman for an advanced night vision device that could support the planned Future Force Warrior program. Of the two competing designs, the ITT design which was developed in association with Raytheon, was chosen for development in July 2004 with an initial order for 75 systems. Development testing of the ENVG with the US Army, designated AN/PSQ-20, began by mid-2006, which was completed in March 2007. Operational testing started in June 2007, with low-rate initial production of the device beginning around the same time.[5] ITT were given a five-year contract in April 2005 with a potential value of US$560 million, with the view of replacing the existing AN/PVS-7 and AN/PVS-14.[6]

Design and features[edit]

The AN/PSQ-20 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle combines image intensifier (I2 or II) and infra-red (IR, also called thermal imaging) technologies, and is the first night vision device to do so. Before this "fusing", these two technologies could only be used separately.[6][3][7] The AN/PSQ-20 allows both methods to be used together or individually,[1] and can be helmet-mounted or hand held. It is roughly the same size as the AN/PVS-14 with similar controls, and is powered by four AA type batteries allowing continuous combined use of II and IR for 7.5 hours.[8] The device can be used for a further 7.5 hours in image intensifier mode.[9]

Classified as a third-generation passive night vision device, the AN/PSQ-20 can provide vision through thermal imaging even in situations where there isn't enough ambient light for the image intensifiers, thus eliminating the need for infra-red illumination (active night vision).[10] It can also see through battlefield obscurants such as smoke and fog.[6] The combined technologies allow better target identification and recognition, thereby improving the soldier's mobility and situational awareness.[9] The center of gravity of the device is close to the face of the wearer, making the helmet-mounted use more comfortable, as well as increasing stability. Aiming lasers can also be integrated with it.[11] However, at a unit cost of US$18,000 and with a weight of almost 2 pounds (0.91 kg), the AN/PSQ-20 is more expensive and heavier than the devices it is intended to replace.[1]

FWS-I combination[edit]

In 2019, the Army plans to begin fielding the Family of Weapon Sights-Individual (FWS-I), an optic that can be mounted on various weapons like the M4 carbine, M16A4 rifle, M249 SAW, M136 AT4, and M141 Bunker Defeat Munition. The FWS-I is designed to work with the ENVG-III by transmitting data from the scope to the goggles, so the soldier can aim the weapon without needing to raise it to their eye. Both systems were brought together under the Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA) capability that combined two separate programs of record with separate devices together to make them interoperable. The goggles are connected through fiber optic wires to a processor on the back of the helmet that wirelessly communicates with the weapon-mounted FWS-I; because of the systems' short range and low power, jamming the wireless connection is not a concern. Connecting with the ENVG-III also expands field of vision from a scope's 18-26 degrees to the goggle's 40 degrees. By seeing what the scope sees through the goggles, soldiers during close-quarters combat (CQC) can point their weapons out of defilade positions like over walls and around corners and fire accurately without exposing their head or torso to enemy fire. The US Army first experimented with aiming and shooting weapons behind cover during the Land Warrior program, but it relied on connecting wires between the helmet-mounted display and weapon-mounted thermal sight that could get caught, and early sights were too heavy and bulky.[12][13][14][15][16]

Service and improvements[edit]

The AN/PSQ-20 ENVG was first issued to the US Army in April 2008.[3] The 10th Mountain Division received about 300 units in February 2009, making it the first non-special forces unit to use the device.[11]

PM Soldier Sensors and Lasers, which is part of PEO Soldier, has been working on making the AN/PSQ-20 more rugged by using tougher housing material.[7] Efforts have also been made to make the device lighter, as well as to produce and transmit digital images of the view provided.[6][1] As a result, a prototype named Digital Enhanced Night Vision Goggle or ENVG (D) was provided to the US Army for evaluation in June 2009, which enables digitally fused images to be exported and imported.[4]

As of July 2015, the US Army had bought about 9,000 ENVG-I and 16,000 ENVG-II units. Beginning in FY 2017, the ENVG-III is expected to begin fielding, with a total of 41,000 to be produced by BAE Systems and DRS Technologies. Like previous versions, the ENVG-III allows soldiers to choose between night vision, thermal, hybrid, and a hybrid where thermal images show up with an outline, but extends the thermal capacity out to the entire 40-degree field of view rather than just a circle in the middle, and has a sleeker design for the device and battery pack, improved resolution, is lighter at less than 2 pounds (0.91 kg), and is designed to work with the FWS-I. Plans are to equip 24 ENVGs per platoon, with each costing an estimated US$10,000, cheaper than previous versions due to competition and improved technology.[12][13][14]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcd"The Heat Of The Night". Strategy Page. 9 April 2009. Archived from the original on 7 February 2010. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  2. ^"ENVG (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle) - PM Soldier Sensors and Lasers". US Army PEO Soldier. Retrieved 26 July 2020.
  3. ^ abc"$43M to ITT for US Army Enhanced Night Vision Goggles". Defense Industry Daily. 12 August 2009. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  4. ^ abBrecken, Steve (15 June 2009). "ITT successfully tests Digital Enhanced Night Vision Goggle". ITT Industries. Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  5. ^"ITT Night Vision AN/PSQ-20 Enhanced Night-Vision Goggle (ENVG) (United States), Land systems - Observation and surveillance - Image intensifier goggles (NVGs)". Jane's Information Group. 19 October 2009. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  6. ^ abcdKemp, Ian (February 2008). "More day, less night: Night vision systems"(PDF). Asian Military Review. Archived from the original(PDF) on 7 July 2011. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  7. ^ ab"PEO soldier". Soldiers Magazine. TheFreeLibrary.com. 1 January 2010. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  8. ^"Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG), AN/PSQ-20, F6023"(PDF). ITT Industries. Archived from the original(PDF) on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  9. ^ abMaxwell, David. "Night vision for the night soldier"(PDF). N-Vision Optics. Archived from the original(PDF) on 23 July 2008. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  10. ^"The vision thing, on the helmet". Aramda International. TheFreeBase.com. 1 April 2008. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  11. ^ ab"Army fielding Enhanced Night Vision Goggles". Program Executive Office Soldier. United States Army. 30 March 2009. Retrieved 16 March 2010.
  12. ^ abNew technology will link night vision and rifle scope - Armytimes.com, 24 July 2015
  13. ^ abArmy Links New Thermal Scope and ENVG with Wireless Connection - Kitup.Military.com, 23 July 2015
  14. ^ abNew Technologies to Improve Soldiers’ Detection and Targeting Capabilities[permanent dead link] - Nationaldefensemagazine.org, 23 July 2015
  15. ^New night vision gear allows Soldiers to accurately shoot from hip - Army.mil, 22 July 2015
  16. ^Army: New Wireless Sight Offers Leap-Ahead for Night Marksmanship - Military.com, 23 July 2015
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Under the Gun

New Technology for Recoilless Rifle Leaves the Enemy with No Place to Hide

Officials at Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier have reported work on a new integration of systems that will make a significant impact for infantry Soldiers on the ground today and well into the future. With the introduction of a fix for a well-known limitation of the M3 Multi-Role Anti-Armor Anti-Tank Weapon System—more commonly referred to as the Carl-Gustaf Recoilless Rifle—a formidable weapon system has been made even more lethal.

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“We had a capability gap in that we could not effectively engage targets at night with the [Carl-Gustaf Rifle],” said CPT Alex Stewart of the 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment. “I expected our Soldiers to learn how to mount, operate and make adjustments to the ITWS [Integrated Thermal Weapons Sight] to give us that capability.”

Last year, Soldiers of the 2-22nd had the opportunity to test PEO Soldier’s latest aiming technology firsthand during a live-fire exercise at Fort Drum, New York.

New equipment trainers from two of PEO Soldier’s sub-divisions, Project Manager Soldier Sensors and Lasers (PM SSL) and Project Manager Soldier Weapons (PM SW), worked with the 2-22nd to teach the Soldiers how to use the ITWS on the M3 Carl-Gustaf Recoilless Rifle.

By using the ITWS in conjunction with the Carl-Gustaf rifle, the rifle can now be relied upon to accurately target not only during the day, but also at night and in limited-visibility conditions. The ITWS combines the advanced technology of the AN/PAS-13E Thermal Weapons Sight (TWS) and the AN/PSQ -23A Small Tactical Optical Rifle Mounted-Product Improved (STORM-PI) with the might of the Carl-Gustaf rifle to get the job done.

Image courtesy Raytheon Company

The TWS is an advanced infrared weapon sight and was co-developed by the U.S. Army and Raytheon. It requires no visible light to operate, unlike image intensifiers that require low levels of light for effective operation. The TWS does not shut down when hit by direct light and its operation is virtually undetectable as it operates silently without any heat or radio frequency emissions. The unit boasts a 3X electronic zoom, which allows it to be used as either a weapon-mounted sight or hand-held imager. Due to its electronically programmable reticles, the TWS is compatible not just with the Carl-Gustaf rifle, but with a wide range of weapons. It also offers a multi-function digital input/output port for remote operation and emits a video signal for external viewing and recording. The sight can recognize a human at over 1,000 meters and weighs just over 2 pounds with batteries installed.

The STORM-PI, developed by Insight Technology, is a weapon-mounted, battery-operated laser rangefinder that employs in its functionality integrated infrared illumination, aiming lasers and a digital magnetic compass. When used together with a global positioning system, the unit can display target locations as geo-spatial coordinates. When mounted, the unit’s aim lasers can be co-aligned with existing weapon optics, and the infrared illuminator facilitates targeting in low-light conditions. Weighing in at just over 1 pound, the STORM-PI has a battery life of six hours and its rangefinder has a maximum range of 10,000 meters.

Shooting Around Corners

According to PM SSL’s Special Operations Training Instructor Lead Lonnie Schnepp, the TWS/STORM-PI combination provides Soldiers with “a new level of lethality.” When coupled with the STORM-PI, the TWS supplies Soldiers with precise range and aiming calculations. Moreover, the TWS enables Soldiers to detect and engage targets at all times of the day and night, including in limited-visibility situations.

“The ITWS allowed us to detect, aim and fire on a target that could not be seen with the naked eye,” said CPT Stewart. “The tank hulk was obscured by overgrown vegetation, but when viewed through the [TWS], it was glowing. Anytime Soldiers get to shoot high explosives at a target they would not normally be able to see, is a good day.”

By Staff Writer Matthew Liptak

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