The precision navigation and timing data provided by the U.S. Air Force’s Global Positioning System (GPS) have become much like the electrical grid: The data are woven into the fabric of modern civilization and unfathomable to live without. Banking transactions rely on GPS for time-stamping, transportation systems rely on it for safety and efficiency of routes, and agriculture uses it to plant and tend to crops. GPS has also become so intertwined with modern military operations that most ...


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