MIL Google Earth Military "hot spots"

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    interesting. thanks.
     
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    There's a Area 51 link that's pretty :coold: too
     
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    :noes: thats a shitload of nuke explosions
     
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    ^ look at the USSR :rofl: blowing themselves up
     
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    If you go to San Diego MCRD you can see a platoon running in the squadbay from the dirt after getting fucked up. And a few platoons drilling on the parade deck!
     
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    It resized it big time. Don't mistake tree's and shadows for a platoon, but you can see the platoon in the middle of the picture, and the sand all blowing around from where they took off running.
     
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    I just looked in on MCRD san diego and HOLY FUCK THAT IS A BIG ASS PARADE DECK :rofl:
     
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    lol hell yeah it is.

    "See that red car on the other side of the parade deck? Good. You have 100 seconds."
     
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    There is a reason why they didn't make PI High Res :hsugh:
     
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    How come MCRDPI doesn't have the street level detail like SD does in Google Earth?
     
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    I was wondering the same.

    Like half of my city is the same way. I think it's random sometimes.
     
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    i'm guessing because it's not really anywhere important like San Diego. Beaufort, oh yea!
     

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