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laser
used in No Easy Day

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Definition
an optical device that produces an intense monochromatic beam of coherent light
  • Another assaulter and I trained our lasers on his chest and fired several rounds.
    p. 236.5
  • I also set up my fourteen-inch H&K 416 with an infrared laser and a clip-on thermal sight that allowed for more precise night shooting.
    p. 45.1
  • From my position, I could see the copilot pointing a laser at the roof of the target.
    p. 58.5
  • I could see IR lasers tracking over the windows of the compound as my teammates looked for targets.
    p. 60.1
  • Without thinking, I put my laser on his chest and opened fire.
    p. 61.9
  • "You sure?" he said, scanning the same window with his laser.
    p. 62.1
  • I could see inside the foyer as my teammates' lasers searched inside from the first-floor windows.
    p. 73.7
  • Infrared lasers that can be seen only through night vision goggles danced over the skin of the boat.
    p. 96.3
  • I could see the infrared laser from the aerial drone tracking the movement of eight fighters who ran out of the target compound when we arrived.
    p. 99.6
  • I could barely keep my laser steady after the five-hundred-meter run in all of my gear, but I managed to lock on to the fighter with a PKM machine gun.
    p. 100.4
  • I could see the laser from the drone moving down the backside of the hill.
    p. 100.7
  • My gun was up and I tried to use my laser to illuminate a path through the grass.
    p. 102.5
  • Looking over my shoulder back at the helicopters, I saw the tracer rounds, like lasers, cut through the dust cloud and zip past the helicopter.
    p. 110.1
  • Shouldering my weapon, I focused on my laser as it tracked from window to door to alley searching for any movement.
    p. 131.2
  • I could see my teammates' lasers doing the same thing.
    p. 131.3
  • I covered his side of the wall with my laser, and I could see his laser crossing the alley onto the wall in front of me.
    p. 134.4
  • I covered his side of the wall with my laser, and I could see his laser crossing the alley onto the wall in front of me.
    p. 134.4
  • First using the interpreter, and then using the dog, and then visible lasers.
    p. 177.4
  • All of the batteries in my night vision and laser sights were fresh.
    p. 189.0
  • Aiming at the wall near my bunk, I tested my red laser, which was visible to the naked eye, and I flipped down my NVGs and tested the IR laser.
    p. 204.3
  • Aiming at the wall near my bunk, I tested my red laser, which was visible to the naked eye, and I flipped down my NVGs and tested the IR laser.
    p. 204.4
  • I could see our lasers dancing around her head.
    p. 222.6
  • Through my night vision I could see multiple lasers tracking along the windows and balconies just in case.
    p. 227.8
  • Scanning my laser above me toward the second and third floor, I didn't see any movement.
    p. 227.8

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