That bit isn't unusual at all since when bullets start flying, even quick in-and-out day operations can end up dragging into the night. The US learned this with Task Force Ranger in MogadishuI was wondering what Specops would be doing with NVGs in broad daylight. Makes sense they are amateurs flexing.
" Another obvious reason participants chose not to use some available technology was that the commanders and operators felt that they did not need the particular technology at that specific moment in the operation. The best example of this is the use of night vision equipment. Most of the raids Task Force Ranger conducted were at night. When operating at night, the operators used the most advanced night vision equipment available. However, the raid conducted on October 3, 1993, was a daylight raid. Most chose not to bring along their night vision equipment because they thought they would not need the equipment during the expected, short daylight raid. As events developed, night vision equipment would have proven very helpful. "