iPhone app for Hazing Taliban Developed

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An iPhone app that tracks down the Taliban has been developed by a U.S. soldier who put $26,000 of his own money into the project. TFM.



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    I see huge security issues with this – iPhones are easy as fuck to hack, what is stopping a hostile from hacking soldiers’ phones to lead them right into an ambush?

    On another note, its not hazing if they get to haze you right back using IEDs. The disrespect this website shows to the military is mind-bogglingly NF.

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      frat barkley

      I actually sort of agree with you. I know most of yall are patriotic and proud supporters of the American military, but I think you go about it in the wrong way and trivialize the courage that service members show on an everyday basis. By saying that “hazing terrorists” is FaF, you are basically putting in on the same level as getting fucked up, banging sorostitutes, dressing like a gentlemen, and having connections to achieve professional success. This is FaF. What our military does is BraveAF or CourageousAF, pick one I don’t care. While fratting is obviously one of the best choices a young man can make in life, I would like to think that going to a fucking shit hole to get shot at and defend your country is on a slightly higher level.

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      That guy

      Maybe you don’t read or are a geed but the majority of the comments on every photo, post, or anything having to do with the military say FaF. Which is understood in the frat community to mean Frat as Fuck, which is respect so shut the fuck up.

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      FaF has nothing to do with respect. Respect is earned (for example by being a member of the armed forces).

      Old money, good looks and a devastating sense of style, while extremely fratty, have nothing to do with respect.

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    As a retired member of the U.S. Army who served two tours in Iraq at the fronts lines both times I appreciate FAF as a compliment for anything military. The military and Fraternity have many similar bonds. On the occasion you have the ed hardey gdi’s in the military but the bonds of brother hood are the same. Fraternities get that and I have found great brotherhood in the Greek community, it reminded me of what i was fighting for. Everyone needs to relax and just support the troops, kick the shit out of a GDI, shot gun a beer, and call up their slam piece and knock one out before blacking out. -TFM

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    Minervas Medic

    While in theory this sounds FAF it’s about useless. Looking over the fact that using phones outside the wire has a possibility of setting off an IED or that your iPhone isn’t going to get reception up on a mountain in Afghanistan, not everyone in the military has an iPhone and there are already encrypted networks set up to accomplish everything this app will do with much more survivability than an iPhone. Epic fail by a fobbit officer.

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