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Military Lasers & Law Enforcement

In use by many governments all over the world, military lasers are often used to dazzle the enemy on the battlefield. Military lasers have a range of uses. One key application is to confuse and suppress enemy insurgents through shining exotic ultra high-powered army lasers.

Warn Lasers offer ultra high-powered solutions for RECON, CSAR, Urban-Warfare as used by special weapons and tactical response teams. Our lasers are used by military forces around the world as divergent capable dazzlers, target painting and distraction devices among other uses.

Army & Military Lasers have become an indispensable part of the arsenal used to combat bad guys on the battlefield, on the street or wherever they may slither and hide.

Its no mystery that many military organizations throughout the globe incorporate the use of various laser devices into their entourage of weapon systems. It seems the value and versatility of high power lasers has worked its way beyond contemporary science and astronomy, we now see laser pointers and other powerful laser devices at the forefront of the modern day battle field. There are many clear combat advantages military laser pointers provide to today's foot soldier. Whether mounting the laser diode as a laser sight, or a high power laser pointer for pointing out enemy locations, or even underwater reconnaissance, there is no more useful tool than a military laser pointer.

It makes good sense to provide funding to military personnel for standard issue military lasers, not only as a weapon, but also as a life saving device. Many times a high power laser pointer is the only "homing beacon" a platoon or squadron can rely on to be retrieved during a gunfight or a failed operation. A high power laser beam is clearly visible through daylight and the night sky, and the most popular military laser pointer in production produces a powerful green laser beam at a light frequency of 532nm. This is because the military finds the greatest use in the brightest laser color possible to the human eye, the green laser beam. Many military lasers are so powerful that they can actual light a fuse, temporarily blind an enemy, burn, and ignite, making them great for protection and intimidation.

There is, however, a bit of controversy surrounding the availability of military laser pointers on the open market through online shopping sources. The debate is that extremely powerful laser pens, which can be considered dangerous, are too easy to purchase and use despite clear health and safety hazards that they create for un-trained users. The problem is that many people were taking advantage of military grade technology from the comfort of their own home, receiving wonderfully packaged powerful laser pointers to their front doors. To some, this may seem harmless, but the media has created a shroud of fear surrounding the concept of laser pointers, most especially, high power military lasers. When news hit the nation that a laser pointer had been used to blind a pilot on his descent to land his filled aircraft on an international air strip, immediate action was demanded by the public from both the FDA and Home Land Security. The unfortunate truth was that the laser pointer that was actually used was a low power 5mw green laser pen, not your average high power military laser pointer. Despite this knowledge, leaps and bounds were made extremely quickly to keep powerful military lasers out of the homes of your average civilian.

But laser hobbyists around the world have not backed down at all, in fact, laser sales worldwide have steadily increased year to year since the wide scale release of the green laser pointer at the dawn of the millennium. More powerful military laser pointers are being sold today than ever before. But there is some difference surrounding the laser pointer scenario currently. It seems that your average laser pointer enthusiast has gotten smarter and is now taking standard safety precautions when using their powerful lasers. Simple things really, such as not aiming the laser at any person, animal, vehicle, or building. Things that really anyone with a little common sense should be able to grasp, but when you are holding a powerful laser pointer capable of blazing a beam of light over 65 miles, its easy to get carried away. The military will continue to use laser pointers, and laser providers around the globe will continue to provide military laser pointers to laser users as long as the desire for more power exists.

The intense crisp beam of a military laser instantly identifies a target even miles away. When the powerful beam of an army laser stabs the night, bad guys know that it's time to flee or fight.