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ThermBright Performs Well at Bisley; Owning the Night Conference

November 2009

Thermbright passive thermal targets used exclusively at Bisley for the prestigious 'Owning the Night' conference and night firing demonstration.

The targets performed well in the foul night conditions.

ThermBright Targets Used In Afghanistan

March 2009

ThermBright Targets used in Afghanistan with British Forces on Operation Herrick on a three day range training package. They were used for grouping and zeroing their thermal weapon sights, at Camp Bastion, followed by confirmation shooting practices. They then conducted a fire and manoeuvre shoot at night from vehicles at ranges out to 500m.

The expert users running the range practices are recommending general adoption of ThermBright targets throughout the armed forces.

British Commandos Train With ThermBright Targets

July 2008

British Royal Marine Commandos train with ThermBright targets in work up training for Afghanistan

Triple ThermBright Targets In Use At Otterburn Ranges

July 2008

The British Army successfully engages Triple ThermBright targets at the Otterburn Ranges using Javelin guided missiles at 1800m.

MJ Services delivered a number of targets in response to an urgent operational requirement for the British Army.

In recent MoD Trials, the standard ThermBright Fig 11 targets took over 2000 hits before significant thermal degradation. They were compared with an electrically heated target which failed after an average of 200 rounds. In some cases the electrically heated targets failed after 3 or 4 shots with unlucky hits on the wiring.

Exhibitions over the last year included Tangent Night Vision at Duxford, DSEi at London Docklands, and DVD at the MillBrook proving grounds. There was much overseas interest during the live demonstration of the ThermBright range of targets.

A number of ThermBright Calibration charts were delivered to several Thermal Imager manufacturers.

ThermBright targets used in training by the British Army in Afghanistan.

Urgent Operational Requirement Processed For The British Army

July 2008

ThermBright Infantry Targets delivered ahead of time in response to an urgent operational requirement for the British Army.

UK Special Forces Use Finger Torches

June 2008

Millite Finger Torches delivered to UK Special Forces for Operation Kindle

10 Times More Durable Than Conventional Thermal Targets

March 2008

UK Infantry Trials Unit shot a ThermBright Fig 11 target to point of destruction with over 2000 rounds before degradation set in. ThermBright lasted 10 times the duration of conventionally heated targets.

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ThermBright Thermal Targets

Contact Info

    • MJ Services (GB) Ltd
    • 1A Fore Street, Westbury
    • Wiltshire, BA13 3AU
    • England


  • Tel/Fax: 0044 (0)1373 824011

Being totally passive (unpowered), ThermBright sets new standards of Thermal Targetry and identification.

Simply erect the target with a view of the sky and slant backwards 10?. ThermBright works night and day and with full cloud cover.