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Brit nuke subs exposed on Google Earth

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Likewise, Google's refreshed aerial view of Cheltenham reveals GCHQ in all its glory (51°53'57.92"N, 2°7'27.38"W .kmz here):

GCHQ as seen on Google Earth

Here's the terror-busting 2005 equivalent:

GCHQ Cheltenham

Mercifully, Google Earth's "directions" facility refused to cough the handiest route between Tora Bora and Cheltenham, but we can't help but suspect that GCHQ's own website isn't helping matters much.

For the benefit of al-Qaeda, just make you way to Cheltenham town centre, hop on a number 94 bus which will whisk you straight to the front door:

GCHQ map declaring "We are here"

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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