Originally Posted by spec 123
Well what happened was, if someone was able and had broken into Armed Defense GPS, they have an exact pinpoint location of any or all ared/private security vehicles/aircraft/ships. With that said, they can track exatly where everything is. They have the funding to keep it open, they just dont have the funding to protect themselves and keep it private
You can't track someone's position from the space based GPS transmitters. The units we're all using are recievers only. They don't send any information back, and can't be tracked from any central location. The same goes for military GPS systems, they just have access to an encrypted band coming from the same satellites that increases accuracy beyond what civilian recievers can do.