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A green laser beam may have Collier County Sheriff's Office helicopter pilots "Anadrol 50" seeing red as the two officers blinded by the beam on New Year's Day are not yet cleared for their next takeoff, Sheriff's Office officials reported Monday.

Cpl. Joseph Andreasen and flight officer Cpl. Saturday when a green laser light entered the left side of the helicopter, injuring both of their left eyes, Bogart reported.

Two teens face felony charges for shining the laser, which caused the pilots to land the helicopter prematurely, seek medical treatment "Oxandrolone Powder India" for ruptured blood vessels in their eyes and seek medical evaluations.

"We will review their physician's statements when we receive them. The contents Bestellen Cialis of those statements will determine whether they Sustanon 250 Usa will be able to immediately return to flying," Collier County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Karie Partington said Monday.

Green lasers are an increasing danger to thousands of pilots nationwide, Federal Aviation Administration officials said in a report released in December.

The FAA has not reported any crashes caused by lasers, but reports that the risks are high.

"A laser beam, particularly a green one, can cause distraction, glare or temporary flash blindness," Partington said.

Those risks increase with night vision goggles, which the deputies were wearing Saturday.

The two teenaged suspects, Hidalgo Moreno, 19, of the 7700 block of Citrus Hill Lane in North Naples, along with friend Nicholas Ramos, 17, whose address was not included in reports, were charged with a third degree felony of pointing a laser at an aircraft, which is punishable by up to five years in prison.

A boy who answered the door at Moreno's "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" home on Monday said Moreno and his parents were not home.

Shining lasers at aircraft is a state and federal offense. Federal prosecutors have dealt with similar cases severely. However, state prosecutors declined to pursue a case against Eric Newsome, a 28 year old East Naples resident in January 2007, who was charged by Collier deputies with blinding pilot Lt. Mark Cherney. Cherney's vision impairment was not severe or lasting enough to damage his career. He is now the head pilot for the Sheriff's Office.

The two North Naples teens in the recent case are facing state charges, Partington said.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents could choose to charge them federally following an investigation, she said.

The teens were tracked by tracing the light back to them as pilots were able to point deputies on the ground to the direction of the light, Partington said.

Once deputies arrived at the home in the gated community, the teens handed over the black pen shaped laser, which was confiscated as evidence.

However, they told deputies they weren't aware of the risks, according to reports.

"They stated that they didn't realize it was not legal to point a laser at the helicopter and that they were just playing with it," Bogart reported.

The helicopter was flying about 500 feet in the air and saw the green laser light coming from about one half to Tren 75 Pills Side Effects three quarters of a mile away, according to reports.

"We were forced to return to the hangar," said Bogart.

Concerns with green laser lights are much higher than lasers of other colors, officials report. They are 28 times brighter than an equivalently powered red laser beam, the FAA reported. The green lasers are commonly used for pointing out stars and constellations, rather than pointing at objects just a few feet away.

The "buy cheap jintropin online" FAA concluded a five year nationwide study from 2004 through 2008 involving nearly 2,600 occasions of aircraft being hit by laser beams. The results were posted to the FAA website in December.

The primary conclusion: "The increasing percentage of aircraft laser illuminations reported at or below 2,000 feet that involve green laser light may represent an escalating threat to aviation safety," the FAA reported.

Green lasers accounted for nearly 90 percent of the reports.

About 58 percent of all reports of lasers shined into aircraft led to arrest; 30 percent led to pain and injury, and, 52 percent caused operational problems, the FAA reported.

"Lasers may also cause temporary or permanent physiological eye damage to pilots, air crew, and passengers. The eye is extremely susceptible to damage because the lens in the eye focuses the laser energy on a small portion of retina," the FAA reported.