This is hilarious. Those babies are now being worn by Mexican drug cartel soldiers now. Maybe it would help if the Army held another gay pride parade/drag queen dance show or investigated white rage.
“Fort Hood is investigating missing Monocular Night Vision Devices from a maintenance facility at Fort Hood, Texas reported on July 12,” said Maj. Marion Nederhoed, a III Corps spokesperson. “Currently, the missing equipment has no immediate impact on unit readiness.”
Night-vision goggles are considered extremely sensitive items throughout the military, and units will often lock down their perimeter and organize massive search parties for even one missing device.
The shocking quantity of missing devices first came to light through a post by U.S. Army W.T.F. Moments, a popular Facebook page focusing on Army culture.
The post included a screenshot of a text message directing the measures the unit — which Fort Hood officials did not identify — would take to search for the devices.
“Yesterday ELM had 106x NVGs stolen from their secured storage facility,” said the text.
ELM likely refers to the unit’s electronics communications maintenance facility, where skilled soldiers repair unserviceable electronic devices — such as night-vision equipment.