U.S. Military Units Take A Second Look At GPS Dependence

While U.S. Global Positioning System satellites have proved to be a boon for precision attacks and other military operations, some military units are trying to stop relying so heavily on the system and employ other tactics, especially in navigating through unknown terrain. GPS issues have arisen...

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