I recently google mapped my brother's address in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was as if I was looking at his home from across the street. Try it. Although his home was was clearer than, let's say, small towns in NJ it shows that public technology can be up close and personal. Thinking outside of the box "shouldn't technology available to our military be far superior to google tech and data?" Yes, I could have said house but google mapping is satellite mapping. Home is anywhere. If I can identify a folded newspaper on my brother's front step how can we be stalemated in Iraq and Afghanistan?