GPS glitch hit some military systems in January
A software glitch in the military GPS network temporarily left some defense systems unable to lock onto locator signals from satellites in January, but the problem has been fixed, the Air Force said Friday.
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#1 May 15, 2010
Good thing they learnt compass skilz...
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#2 May 15, 2010
My force were going to hit the Galapagos, but because of these glitches We leveled Sherboygen.
But honestly, I don't think anyone's going to miss it anyways.
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