Which military aviator glasses should you get?
The military avionics industry has become a big business.
The military is increasingly reliant on avionics for its ability to carry out air and space missions.
The industry has been growing steadily since the mid-1980s, with sales totaling about $8 billion in 2015, according to Aviation Industry Association (AIA) estimates.
And the avionics market is still booming.
The top 10 brands of avionics in 2016 are Avionics Corporation, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Atomics, General Dynamics, and Sikorsky.
There are currently around 20 avionics companies that produce avionics systems.
And as avionics is increasingly an integral part of the military’s avionics capabilities, avionics experts are trying to figure out which military avionic glasses are best suited for military use.
The AIA estimates that there are between 25,000 and 30,000 military aviators in the US armed forces.
There is currently no standard for how to categorize avionics, but the AIA says there are several types of avionic systems: avionics based on technology that is already in the market, avionic that is new or is being developed, and avionic developed in partnership with the military.
There may also be different types of systems for different roles.
For example, there are avionics used to enhance GPS, and there are systems that use infrared sensors to detect enemies and to track them.
In fact, one of the reasons for the current surge in military aviations is that the military is looking for better avionics to better support its various operations, such as the war in Afghanistan.
Here are some avionics and glasses that might be worth a look.
General Atoms Eye-tracking eyewear The first thing you’ll notice about General Atomics is the name.
General atoms is a reference to the company’s logo, which features a small square with the words “General Atoms.”
This logo is actually a very simple design that can be modified to match your style.
One of the things you can do is to remove the square, add another one, and then change the size to match.
In other words, you can remove the logo and the square and then add another square and add an extra word.
This logo works well with sunglasses.
General Atomics Eye-tracker glasses The other type of aviator eyewears that are considered good avionics are General Atomic and General Atomicals Eye-Tracking glasses.
These glasses are available in a variety of colors and designs, so they are available for a wide range of glasses sizes.
Both are avionic-based, so the company has also developed a range of aviations-based glasses.
The most popular is the Eye-Trigger, which is designed for soldiers to adjust their eyeglasses during combat.
The Eye-trigger has a trigger on the side that can push the glasses toward the eye to trigger a light-up effect.
It is also compatible with the EyeScope, which can be used to measure distance or other details about the eyes.
Eye- Trigger glasses can also be worn on the head.
The main difference between the EyeTrigger and the EyeScan glasses is the price tag.
The company says the EyeScans cost between $250 and $400, while the EyeTracks are $130 to $150, depending on the design.
In addition, the company offers two different types to the military: the Light-Emitting Headlamp (LEH) and the Optical Combat Sight (OCS).
The LEH is a laser-based light source that emits a beam of light, which will be visible to the wearer.
The OCS, on the other hand, uses a different laser to emit a beam, which looks like a light beam.
This light beam is used to track objects in the field.
General Asics Optical combat sight lenses The company claims that its Optical Tactical Combat Sight lenses are compatible with both infrared and optical sensors.
These lenses are available with three different colors: black, white, and silver.
The glasses have a black frame and the lenses have silver accents.
General Athena Eye-Grip glasses The company also makes eye-grip glasses for soldiers.
These are not avionics-based and are also not avionic.
Instead, they are made from the same material as the avionic lenses, and are sold as a pair.
The eye-guarding eyewash comes in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
The biggest issue with eye-guard glasses is that they are usually not the best fit.
They are not flexible enough to fit over the eye, and they can be hard to put on and take off.
These eyewashes are available to military, law enforcement, and first responders.
These types of glasses are also compatible, so you can wear them in combat, but they may not be compatible with glasses for other uses.
For this reason