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Google Earth: the black helicopters have landed

Hundreds of 'em

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Those magnificent men...

Let's get straight into it: US air defence capability laid bare, end of world nigh, etc, etc. Weston Lowrie offers us Stratton Air National Guard base in New York:

Stratton Air National Guard base

There's plenty more where that came from in our previous investigations. New, however, to the "Google compromised our national security" club are Egypt, thanks to Nathan Gideon with this air force base west of Nasir...

Egyptian air force base

Egyptian fighter aircraft

... and Japan, with Stephane Willaert providing a nice view of its Atsugi Air Force base:

Atsugi Air Force base

Naturally, those peskies Commies can't avoid Google's almost-all-seeing eye. Craig Gleason turned up this unnamed North Korean facility:

North Korean air base

He reckons the aircraft are prop-driven. He may be right:

North Korean aircraft

Hmmm. Lo-tech kit to be sure, and no match for our advanced defence infrastructure of which you will find plenty on the next page...

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