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Google Earth: the black helicopters have landed

Hundreds of 'em

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The Defence of the Realm

Yes indeed, we can all sleep sound in our beds at night safe in the knowledge that the North Korean propellor-driven aircraft menace is being monitored round-the-clock by highly-trained operatives. Chris Martin begins our spook swoop:

Please find a overly bad shot of GCHQ in Cheltenham. Other parts of Cheltenham are not this blured, so not enought detail to aid any campaign! I expect this email will be read by them.... :o)

GCHQ Cheltenham

Yes mate - they're on their way round as we speak. Probably with MI6 in tow:

MI6 HQ in London

We threw that one in to celebrate today's naming of Daniel Craig as the new James Bond. All good clean fun, of course, unlike Alan Gregson's recent discovery:

Here's a photo of the NSA headquaters at Fort Meade, Maryland. Until very recently the NSA didn't officially exist, but now it's got it's own website http://www.nsa.gov/intro.htm.

NSA headquarters

Let's face it, the only way to keep your facility off Google Earth is to bury it, as Ian Mansfield knows:

Cheyenne Mountain

Nice pic there of the Cheyenne Mountain entrance ("home of the 'Stargate' etc." as Ian puts it), but it's all a bit namby-pamby hush-hush type stuff. What about some proper toys, like chemical weapons?:

Newport Chemical weapons depot, Indiana

That's more like it - Newport chemical weapons depot in Newport, Indiana, pinpointed by Edward Stanisz.

Right, time for a breather and a look at some of the more off-the-wall results of your endeavours...

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