The Global Positioning System may be free for the whole world to use, but it wasn’t always that way. Originally the satellite-based system was for U.S. military only because they developed and launched the satellites, but also feared that giving the public access could potentially harm the U.S. in combat. After all, this was a system used to help missiles find targets. So what changed their mind?
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