Ha, maybe these are public-secret bases... I doubt the UK military would allow anything important to be disclosed even if some act allows it... it generally changes with important things such as the military (see Data Protection Act, you can't get some records held on you by the army etc).
I would think that the UK militery would encourage things like this, since someone posting that they've found a secret base is better than someone finding a secret base and not telling the UK that they've found it.
judo you know which Google earth they are using is it the free or pay one
BTW nice but how did you find it google secret bases ;P
O.O! TO THE GOOGLEMOBILE!
If it is that secret, and someone found out where it is, then the UK didn't do a good job hiding it. Its better that someone told/showed them, that their "secret" bases can be found, otherwise, they won't be able the improve the "secreteness" of future bases.
Military data is not covered under right to information act... if such information comes out definitely the military's not goin to leave it in public for so long....
well maybe these are the bases that aren't very well known, but aren't under threat if someone knows about them.
Also, if the uk wanted to hide a millitary base properly, im guessing they'd put it underground, or delete the site.
It is entertaining to look at some of the 'public' ones though.
If they were underground, then the FoI act would still outline their location. I would think that the entrances to a "secret" underground bunker/base were more interesting than to an above ground one.
It won't be a secret base anymore if everyone can find out where it is