New Scientist article New York Times article Washington Post article The US Army, in collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is using Google Maps to map the coastlines of the Pacific Northwest and North American continents in the future.
This is a key step in the US Army’s push to map its vast and changing territory and is part of its new effort to “get out of the way”.
In 2017, the US Navy began using Google maps to map a section of the Gulf of Mexico that stretches from Alaska to Mexico.
But for now, the maps are only available in Vietnamese.
As part of this effort, the Army is building a digital platform to allow Vietnamese military personnel to access the maps, which will be made available in Vietnam and China in the next six months.
The maps are based on the Google Earth Open Atlas and are currently available only in Vietnamese, but will soon be made accessible in English and Chinese.
The military’s mapping efforts are part of a wider effort to map America’s vast, shifting territories.
The US has expanded its mapping efforts since its first trip to the region in the late 1970s.
In the 1960s, the Pentagon mapped out a border with Panama that included much of the Panama Canal Zone.
The next decade saw the US use aerial photography, radio-based mapping, and satellites to map much of its territory.
In 2014, the Navy began deploying drones to fly over much of Alaska, and the US military began using satellite technology to track ships, planes, and other vessels.
These efforts have been successful, but they have not provided an accurate representation of the land that the US and the other nations of the world occupy.
The first maps of the US were created in the 1960 to 1970s, during a time of war.
The Pentagon’s map is an accurate depiction of America’s current geographic location.
However, this map does not account for the fact that many people have moved out of rural areas and settled in cities or towns.
The area that was once populated by a single family is now filled with dozens of people.
In fact, the United States has the highest rate of urban population in the world.
The United States now sits at the top of the UN’s Global Urban Areas Index, which measures the extent of cities in the globe.
The World Bank defines urban areas as “urban areas with populations of more than 25,000 people”.
In contrast, Vietnam is at the bottom of the list.
Its urban population is estimated at only 7.5 million people, with only about half of this population living in the capital city of Hanoi.
The other half live in the countryside.
In Vietnam, the population is concentrated in the cities, which are dominated by the government and the military.
These cities have been built with military and security infrastructure, making them extremely dangerous.
To help build the military’s military infrastructure, the military has been building roads and bridges across the country, and building dams.
The new military maps are part a broader effort to help the US map its territory and to map out a region that it considers to be “the heartland of the American Century”.
Vietnam’s map also shows the US as a relatively peaceful country, but the government has been fighting the country’s “extremists” for years.
The government has used a variety of tools to suppress dissent and the use of social media.
However in 2017, it was also able to launch its own satellite to record the country and map it.
In 2017 and 2018, the Vietnamese government launched satellite imagery to map all of the country.
The data from the US satellite also showed that there were a large number of Vietnamese in the United Nations and in Washington DC.
In January, the government launched a new “humanitarian aid” mission to help farmers in the country fight the spread of malaria and other diseases.
The Vietnamese government’s humanitarian efforts were largely focused on the impoverished rural areas.
However the country also has a significant number of foreign nationals.
In 2018, nearly 40,000 US citizens, including many from Vietnam, made the journey to the US from abroad.
While many of the people in the USA are from overseas, a large majority of Vietnamese have been brought to Vietnam to work in the agricultural industry.
This situation has made the country a “tourist destination” for foreign nationals, who can be easily exploited and exploited by the local government.
The foreign nationals who come to Vietnam are often exploited for labor, including forced begging, forced begging for the sale of agricultural produce, and human trafficking.
In February 2018, an estimated 2,000 Vietnamese people were arrested for “obstruction” or “abandonment” of their refugee status, which can lead to a fine of up to $50,000.
However these are only arrests.
Many Vietnamese are detained for other reasons.
For example, the number of people in prison has increased in the past decade.
While the number in prison increased from about 12,000 in 2013 to 18,000 last year, it has