When i was filling in the form for my respirator lenses i noticed there was a box on there for specs so i ticked that as well. Four days later they turned up and very handy they have been as well. They are better for shooting in than my normal ones as the lens is bigger plus if they get broken then the Army will get me a new pair.
The ones shown might tend to fall off if you fell over, although they look OK. Perhaps the Army could supply its glasses with the flexible curved ends to wrap round the ear (sorry, I could not find a photo).
I remember it used to be possible to get sports spectacle frames (by private purchase). These were secured by a thick elastic band. Unfortunately when you put them on, the frame twisted and the lenses fell out. Not recommended.
never seen the point of wearing mega expensive glasses/watches on ex/ops..... they get broke and your left with the bill to replace...........G10 all the way and replaced courtesy of HM finest QM's department (or not as the case may be)
Alternatively 'Should of gone to Specsavers' and got BOGOF on the Â£75 range
Handiest thing i find with my defence specs is that the lens is much bigger than on my civvy glasses, when i shoot in the civvy ones i tend to find myself looking over the top of the lens so i have to raise my head a whole lot more than i should.