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NEWS | May 25, 2022

NVGs: How to Get Replacement Data Plates

BLUF: How to get replacement data plates for NVGs.

Soldier using NVGs
Photo by Michele Wiencek
This article was updated on 5/30/23.
Hey, it happens. Sometimes data plates on night vision goggles (NVGs) AN/PVS-14, AN/PVS-7 or AN/AVS-6 are missing or unreadable. That makes it tough to inventory them and keep those records accurate.

If your unit needs replacement NVG data plates, download and fill out the pdf spreadsheet HERE and send it to:
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