The 1983 GPS Tragedy

Up until 1983, GPS technology was one of the United States Military’s best kept secrets.
It allowed the US to position ships, aircraft, soldiers, and equipment quickly, accurately, and effectively.
But in 1983, something happened. Which totally changed how GPS was used.
While flying over the Pacific Ocean, a passenger plane headed from Alaska to Korea moved into Soviet Union airspace by mistake.
It was shot down. And over 250 civilians died.
A slight navigational error—having enormous consequences.
GPS could have saved the lives of over 250 people. If those navigating the plane had had a better navigational system, they could have prevented the tragedy.
Realizing this, the US military changed its policy about GPS technology. It opened the technology up to the public. And since then, our world has been changed by GPS.
It’s really important to have a navigational system.
Getting lost isn’t the worst that can happen. There’s real danger out there. So you BETTER know where you’re going.
If you’re starting an online business, it’s no different. There’s danger online: traps, timesucks, bad information, hype, empty “guru” wisdom…
One wrong turn and you’re dead.
One slight navigational error and you’ll come crashing down.
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A ‘Cyber GPS.’
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It helps you avoid the bad information and the enemy territory.
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