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We will start with overview images of the POW camp and training facilities, and look at these in more detail later. Ft. AP Hill base is approximately 10.7 miles east to west and 14.8 miles north to south, for a total size of about 158 square miles.
Fig. 1 – POW camp and school or training facility at Ft. AP Hill army base, Virginia. Note the road system that interconnects all the facilities in this photo. The red arrow (bottom left) is a divided highway that runs to an exit ramp of interstate 95. [...]
Fig. 2 – POW camp from 6600 ft. shows it is located in an isolated area deep in the base (where no one will hear the screams.) The nearest town is several miles away.
Fig. 3 – Un-retouched photo showing POW camp complex and approximate overall size. Uncle has airbrushed these satellite images. No small wonder - seeing a POW camp with the concertina wire topped fence IS unsettling.
Fig. 4 – Unmistakable censoring of the POW camp location. Turnoff for the camp is visible near center of image with the insolated cluster of trees. Although Ft. AP Hill covers 158 square miles, this area appears to be the only part censored in Google maps
Fig.5 – Distance measurement “as the crow flies” between training complex and POW camp. This distance provides plenty of sound isolation as well.
Fig. 6 – Training facility closer view. Complex shown is approximately ¼ mile long. Note that roof patterns are exact mirror images of one another. Note complete absence of vehicles around these buildings, even though a driveway runs through the complex.
Fig. 7 – Actual size of training facility from a higher altitude showing how the facility entrance is hidden from the highway. [...]
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