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|Wednesday, June 23, 2010|
Wilsonville's FLIR produces night vision equipment often used in war zones, but the oil spill has opened a new market for the 1,900 employee company.
The company's infrared cameras are being used in the Gulf of Mexico to see oil in water that human eyes can't detect.
Read more at the Willamette Week.
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