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If you attack during the night you are less visible, the enemy is weary, and not being able to see clearly has psychological effects on enemy soldiers and civilians. The feeling of being attacked at night while you should be sleeping and are vulnerable keeps soldiers and civilians up at night and disrupts their normal sleeping patterns - making them less productive and attentive
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