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Russell Guy arrived at the helipad near Tallinn, Estonia, with a briefcase containing $250,000 in cash and a military helicopter on the deck. He was uneasy in the setting. It didn’t seem to be a military base, but there were men who seemed to be soldiers standing about. With handguns.
1989 was the year. The Soviet Union was disintegrating, and some of its military officers were frantically selling off the pieces. Much of the goods had already been offloaded from the chopper and spirited away by the time Guy arrived at the helipad. All that was left were the crates he’d come for. He got a heavy whiff of pine as he pried the lid off one to check the contents. It was a box within a box, with juniper needles filling the space in between. Guy assumed the men who packed it were used to transporting cargo that had to pass through drug-sniffing dogs, but he wasn’t there for drugs.
The maps were created as part of one of the most ambitious cartographic projects ever. During the Cold War, the Soviet military produced a map of the entire world, down to individual buildings. Details like the exact width of highways, the load-bearing capacity of bridges, and the types of factories are not seen on domestic maps made around the same time on Soviet maps of US and European cities. If you’re planning a tank invasion, these are the kinds of stuff you’ll need. Or it may be a work. Stuff that would be difficult to learn without getting eyes on the ground.
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According to the company, the map, which was published in November 2017, shows every single operation ever uploaded to Strava – more than 3 trillion individual GPS data points. The app can be used on a variety of devices, including smartphones and fitness trackers such as Fitbit, to see common running routes in major cities or to identify people in more remote areas who have irregular exercise habits.
However, military observers found over the weekend that the map is complex enough that it could expose highly confidential details about a subset of Strava users: military personnel on active duty.
The slip was first noticed by Nathan Ruser, an analyst with the Institute for United Conflict Analysts. He wrote that the heatmap “looks really pretty,” but that it is “not amazing for Op-Sec” (operational security). “The bases of the United States are easily recognizable and mappable.”
“It could be particularly dangerous if soldiers use the app as normal people do, by turning on monitoring when they go to exercise,” Ruser said, pointing to one track that “looks like it logs a daily jogging route.”
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Chelsea Manning’s full name is Chelsea Elizabeth Manning.
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 (born Bradley Edward Manning on December 17, 1987) is a whistleblower and activist in the United States.
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 She is a former United States Army soldier who was convicted of violating the Espionage Act and other crimes by a court-martial in July 2013 after leaking approximately 750,000 classified, or unclassified but confidential, military and diplomatic documents to Wikileaks.
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[nine] She was incarcerated from 2010 until her term was commuted in 2017. [eight] Manning, a trans woman, claimed in 2013 that she had had a female gender identity since childhood and preferred to be called Chelsea Manning. She also said that she wanted to start hormone replacement therapy. [nine]
Manning was assigned as an intelligence analyst to an Army unit in Iraq in 2009, and he had access to classified databases. She leaked classified information to WikiLeaks in early 2010 and told Adrian Lamo, an online friend, about it.  Lamo tipped off the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command, which led to Manning’s arrest in May of that year.  Among the items were recordings of the Baghdad airstrike on July 12, 2007, and the Granai airstrike in Afghanistan in 2009; 251,287 US diplomatic cables; and 482,832 Army files classified as the “Iraq War Logs” and “Afghan War Diary.” (#14) Between April 2010 and April 2011, Wikileaks and its media partners released the information.
This article includes a list of significant nuclear-related military mishaps. A registry of civilian nuclear accidents can be found at List of civilian nuclear accidents. See nuclear and radiation accidents for a general discussion of both civilian and military accidents. See Lists of nuclear hazards and radioactive accidents for more information.
Accident with the Leipzig L-IV experiment: The Leipzig L-IV atomic mound, which Werner Heisenberg and Robert Doepel worked on, was tested for a potential heavy water leak shortly after it demonstrated Germany’s first signs of neutron propagation. Air leaked in during the inspection, igniting the uranium powder inside. The uranium that was being burned boiled the water jacket, causing enough steam pressure to blow the reactor apart. The spread of burning uranium powder in the lab resulted in a larger fire at the site. 1st [two]
At the Los Alamos Omega site, Harry Daghlian dropped a tungsten carbide brick onto a plutonium core, unintentionally producing a critical mass. He removed the brick easily, but was fatally irradiated and died on September 15. [three]