Why are you asking me for personal information?We collect personal information including your contact and demographic information for the purposes of identification, account administration and display of personalised content and advertising. Campbell Barracks in Swanbourne has been the base of the Australian Special Air Service Australian Special Air Service (SAS) since it was established in 1957. Swan Island is believed to home to Australia Special Forces carrying out counterterrorism training and shared with the Secret Intelligence Service, but the Australian government doesn't talk about it. The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, which is similar to the UK's M15 Security Service, will be housed in this new Canberra headquarters. Christmas Island, which is home to 1500 Australian citizens, also has an offshore detention centre in the Indian Ocean that contains about 800 beds. This site in Maralinga, Southern Australia, hosted seven secret British nuclear tests — four fission bomb tests followed by three tests of triggering mechanisms — in the 1950s.
Woomera Test Range, operated by Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), is the largest weapons testing range in the world and is currently leased to foreign militaries.
A prohibited area off-limits to the public, the range was set up by Britain and Australia in 1946 and as well as tests for a wide range of conventional weapons before the Australian-Anglo joint project ended in 1980.
RAAF Tindal, an airstrip near Katherine in the Northern Territory, houses some of the RAAF's fastest jets and is rumoured to host U.S. Nurrungar, a ballistic missile control site near Woomera, Southern Australia, was run by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the U.S. The Australian government built Nauru offshore detention centre in the Pacific Ocean to house 1200 asylum seekers. This Naval Communication Station in North West Cape is the most powerful transmission station in the Southern Hemisphere and provides very low frequency (VLF) radio transmission to U.S. The Australian Defence Satellite Communications Ground Station near Kojarena, Western Australia, is linked to a worldwide satellite communication signals interception system operated by the U.S.
Pine Gap, one of the biggest ECHELON signals intelligence facilities in the world, controls American spy satellites as they fly over China, North Korea, Afghanistan and the Middle East.
If you look closely enough on Google or Bing Maps, some places are blanked out, hidden from public view.
The United States military has a foothold in every corner of the world, with military bases on every continent. That's what Josh Begley, a data artist, found out when he embarked on a project to map all known U.S.
The project, which he warns is ongoing, was inspired by Trevor Paglen's book "Blank Spots on the Map" which goes inside the world of secret military bases that are sometimes censored on maps. Begley has found the coordinates for 650 bases, and published pictures for 644 of them — although a few are blacked out, not displayed, or blurred. He started working on the project at the beginning of November, simply armed with the Department of Defense 2013 Base Structure Report, an inventory of all the real estate owned by the Pentagon around the world, a few media reports that uncovered secret bases, and a computer script he had used last year to make another mapping project that displayed aerial pictures of U.S. He modified that script, which he made along with his friend and fellow digital artist Jer Thorp, to grab a series of coordinates from a database file, query the Google and Bing maps' APIs, and automatically capture a satellite picture of that spot. This manual work was also necessary in cases where the bases are secret, or at least not officially acknowledged by the U.S. Google Earth satellite pictures were reportedly used to pinpoint a target by terrorists who killed 164 people in a tragic attack in Mumbai, India, which prompted some to call for a ban on publishing these types of pictures.
This capability can theoretically be used to plot terror attacks, he explained, but it can also provide great geographical insight.


Begley, on his part, said he would understand if someone criticized the project, but he doesn't see anything wrong with it.
Nobody owns the skies above secret bases, so there's no law that prevents privately-owned or public satellites from snapping pictures from space. Google Maps, for example, doesn't show an image for the secret drone base exposed by Wired.
And in other cases the censorship — for lack of a better word — can be even more imaginative, as it is with images of the Volkel Air Base, a military base in the Netherlands.
These are cases in which Google and Microsoft were asked not to publish a clear image of the sites. Take a look at the most interesting aerial views, as chosen by Begley himself, in the gallery below. This base in North Carolina has been used for years by the CIA to train agents for terrorist attacks.
This is "the most powerful transmission station in the Southern Hemisphere," according to the Daily Mail.
Jeremy Scahill exposes this base in his award-winning book "Dirty Wars," where he describes it as a "launching pad" for the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), the secretive elite military organization that comprises the Navy SEALs.
There appears to be military vehicles in some, metallic warehouses (?), circle formations and strange patterns in others. Of course, as per the article headline, it sounds like the author wants to link it definitively to a military build-up. The Above Top Secret Web site is a wholly owned social content community of The Above Network, LLC. After a long period when it was effectively abandoned, the range is currently used for ADF trials and leased to foreign militaries.
Air Force from 1969 to 1999 to provide early detection of missile launches and nuclear detonations via US satellites.
Sounds easy enough, but some publicly available coordinates aren't particularly precise, so Begley had to manually take screenshots for those (and he still has to finish correcting some mistakes). Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel officially revealed its location on Tuesday — even though it had been something of an open secret. In 2000, pictures of the once secret Area 51, taken by a Russian satellite, were leaked on the Internet. The two companies declined to answer specific questions about the sites, and about Begley's project. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.
The Pentagon says there are around 5,000 in total, and 598 in foreign countries, but those numbers are disputed by the media.
The CIA site that independent journalist Jeremy Scahill uncovered in Mogadishu, Somalia, or the secret drone base unearthed by Wired's Noah Shachtman earlier this year are examples. The men who would be tasked with this mission were classified as Task Force 88," writes Scahill in his book.
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It should then be possible, by using maps and some deduction, to determine the most likely location of this base, especially since the general location is already known.) Beginning in 1947, a road was built near the Dulce Base, under the cover of a lumber company. Navajo Dam is the Dulce Base’s main source of power, though a second source is in El Vado (which is also another entrance).
And what has been done with this concept since 1983?) Bechtel (BECK-tul) is a super secret international corporate octopus, founded in 1898.
It also was the stage for several nuclear tests, and later the facility was used as a dumping ground for nuclear and chemical waste.In 2003, the site was handed back over to the Fish and Wildlife Department, and is now part of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. Many around Archuleta Mesa, others to the source around Dulce Lake and even as far east as Lindrich. Located only three miles from Roswell, New Mexico’s central business district, it is the closest military facility to the infamous, and alleged, UFO crash of 1947.The Air force base closed in 1967 as part of the military’s attempt to pay for the expenses accrued during the Vietnam War. It may be worthwhile to check-out Livermore Berkeley Labs.) DELTA group (from the National Recon Group) is responsible for security of all Alien-connected projects. Lassen, Tehama County, California Death Valley, California Superstition Mountains, Arizona Mt. The Soviets would then launch them from the base for operations during the Cold War.The base also consisted of tunnels that ran deep into the mountain. The entire base, along with the entire town of Balaklava, was considered to be classified information by the Soviets.
However, the facility was finally decommissioned in 1993 and is currently a museum.Fuchu Communications Station. Used primarily during the Vietnam and Korean Wars, the Fuchu Communications Station was built shortly after World War II ended.
Prior to its abandonment in the 1980’s, the communications station was a vital hub for American troops.
So much so, that the base often took in wounded men from Korea and Vietnam.Since its abandonment, much of the complex has been either refurbished or destroyed.
A portion of the old base was refurbished, and now houses the Japan Self-Defense Forces base, and another portion of the old base was converted into a public park.
However, much of the original facility remains intact and abandoned.There is definitely no shortage of abandoned military bases around the world. These structures are ruins of a bygone era that provide a unique glimpse into the world’s military history.However, much of that history is destined to be lost, since these facilities are often left to crumble and decay.
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