[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The ND5 Long Distance Laser Locator is a high-powered, handheld laser light built for civilian use.
What does LALOC stand for?
LALOC stands for Laser Locator
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Even older equipment can be used effectively--equipment such as the AN/TVQ-2 ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD) and the MARK-7 hand-held laser device, that the majority of COLTs have while waiting to be fielded with the new LLDR and [FS.
Sensors that have target location errors larger than 10 meters are the ground-vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD), first generation FLIR Bradley eyesafe laser rangefinder (BELRF) and lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR).
The Army developed the ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD) that uses a high-powered laser designator that is not eye-safe, is bulky and is quite heavy.
3] is superior to the ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD) in both optics and target location, has night-vision optics and can be mounted on vehicles.
The lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR) is replacing the tripod-mounted ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD).
The only way for a BFIST team to designate a target is to dismount and set up the ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD).
Next, he selects suitable areas based on the observer's capabilities--does the observer have binoculars, a mini eye-safe laser infrared observation set (MELIOS) or a ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD)?