Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Google Earth Placemarks

A new site is now available for IMINT & Analysis Google Earth placemark files. It can be accessed by clicking on the link on the right side of the page labeled "IMINT & Analysis Placemarks", or by clicking here. This site will serve as a location to store placemark files which will accompany articles in the future, as well as to host other interesting placemark files I generate. When any new files are uploaded that do not relate to articles here, I'll post an update on this site. You'll then be able to go to the other site and read a description of what is contained inside of the file and download it if you choose. If a file is hosted that pertains to an article written here, then the file's download link will be found at the end of the article, along with a brief description of what is contained inside. Hopefully this will be of use to the readers of this blog.

The first file is already available at the new site, it's my worldwide SAM site collection. Yes, that means you'll have to check there for updates from now on, as it'll no longer be hosted at the Google Earth Community.

Later on this week I will post some more placemark files dealing with older articles on this site so that they are available to everyone. Once I get a few files hosted, I'll probably give each one of them their own page so that you don't have to scroll through tons of file descriptions to find what you're interested in.

All for now!

1 comment:

Die Alte said...

Dont know if its of any intrest
Heres a old Bloodhound MK1 training/test facility in Sweden

59°44'41.13"N
18°40'22.07"O

Its a former AA REG, LV3 that under a short time trained Airforce RB-68 Units