Two Atlanta-area men land in federal custody as part of a terrorism probe discussed possible locations for a U.S. attack, including military bases and oil refineries. They are Tech student Syed Ahmed, 21 and .Ehsanul Sadequee, 19, who was arrested a few days ago in Bangladesh and handed over to the FBI, reports the CNN. The two men, both U.S. citizens, knew each other through the Atlanta Muslim community. An affidavit from a FBI agent says the duo travelled in March 2005 from Atlanta to Canada, where they met with three men who are the subject of an FBI international terrorism investigation. Ahmed “explained that, during some of these meetings, he, Sadequee and the others discussed strategic locations in the United States suitable for a terrorist strike, to include oil refineries and military bases,” the affidavit says. “They also plotted how to disable the global positioning system in an effort to disrupt military and commercial communications and traffic.” The affidavit alleges the “assembled group developed a plan to receive military training at one of the several terrorist-sponsored training camps.” It also says Ahmed travelled to Pakistan in an attempt to get such training. Sadequee was travelling to Bangladesh to get married, according to his family. The FBI affidavit also says agents found two CD-ROMs in the lining of Sadequee’s suitcase when he was leaving the United States. One disc contained pornography and the other was encrypted with a code the FBI was unable to crack, according to the affidavit. It also says Sadequee had maps of the Washington area with the discs.