Discussion in 'Training, Fitness and Health' started by Blue Hills, 29 Jan 2018.
Me ? Athlete ?
Yeah, on patrol anywhere with leisure GPS enabled is daft.
As for targeting joggers inside the boundaries, I can't see how that info would be useful unless they could get inside the base, and if they could do that they could pop or slot anyone they saw anyway whether they're walking, jogging or being carried in a sedan chair.
Speaking to a mate of mine t'other day, a lad running from the police tried to escape by climbing the fence at RAF Croughton. He hadn't even touched the ground on the inside of the fence before he had half a dozen British and American 556's aimed at him. If he'd been targeting any joggers inside he would have had a rather brief but jolly exciting adventure.
Apple won't hand that data over though. He's safe, for now!
We know where you live!
Next time i'm rat-arsed, i'll know who to ask for directions
I was assuming that the jogging reference was to outside but in the vicinity.
I'm pretty sure they stick within the boundaries when out for a jog at Bagram.
I have just had a look at Afghanistan on the heat map. It is interesting to speculate what is causing these bright red circles out in the middle of nowhere. It may not be the friendly forces causing them.
Given that the roads are private, with the roads to the North East showing the most activity.
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