During wars, the quick communication between the armies is a vital part of success. Of course we can't let the enemy intercept our messages and reveal our plans. In old times, messenger pigeons, also known as homing pigeons, were used to carry letters. The enemy had to be very eager if he wanted to catch them. Nowadays, the internet is probably the fastest way to communicate, but it's easy to attack. Any hacker can give it a shot from home. It's hard to prepare defensive measures against every attack. Your government ordered you to bring in homing pigeons, because they want to use the old techniques for a while. Good luck!
July 12, 2015