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    Hawaii is preparing for a possible missile strike from North Korea

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     Hawaii is preparing for a possible missile strike from North Korea Empty Hawaii is preparing for a possible missile strike from North Korea

    Post by Rocky Sun 23 Jul 2017, 4:35 am


    Hawaii is preparing for a possible missile strike from North Korea


    Sunday, July 23,


    US state of Hawaii is preparing for the possibility of a North Korean ballistic missile strike , becoming the first US state to make such a move.

    The Guardian reported on Saturday July 22, 2017, that the Hawaii State Emergency Management Agency had announced last Friday, 21 July, an awareness campaign on what to do in that case.

    US Deputy Chief of Staff Paul Silva said Tuesday (July 18, 2017) that North Korea has "clearly" the ability to strike the United States with an intercontinental ballistic missile but has yet to hit accurate targets, AFP reported.
    North Korea threatens to "wipe" America from the ground with a sophisticated weapon
    Washington is preparing the first test to intercept an intercontinental missile


    On July 4, Pyongyang successfully launched the first intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting US territory in Alaska or Hawaii.

    Precautionary steps

    and the state lawmakers are urging the Emergency Management Agency mandate to update plans dating back to the Cold War era for dealing with a nuclear attack, and against the backdrop of North Korea to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles capable of reaching the island.

    Beginning in November, Hawaii will begin testing the "warning sirens" that have not been heard on the island since 1980. Early warning sirens will be tested on the first working day of each month, following the testing of fixed and familiar "alarm" Already in the population.

    The Reserve States Plan uses information brochures, television and radio, and Internet data to inform the public about the new whistle sounds and provide them with a guide to how to prepare.

    "The instructions to the general public will be simple because the rocket will need between 15 and 20 minutes to reach the island," says Verne Mayagi, the agency's director. "They will go into your homes, stay there, and watch the data being broadcast. Time to take your family and go to a shelter or something like that, it must be automatic. "

    He stressed that his agency was simply trying to pre-empt the "improbable" context, but it remained an existing possibility that Huwai could not ignore.

    Important mandate

    is Hawaii a very important US military strategic center. The Oahu Island is the seat of the US Pacific Command , which is the seat of the military in the Asia-Pacific region. It also hosts dozens of warships in Pearl Harbor, and is a base for the Air Force, the Army, and the Marine Corps.

    Hawaiian tourism authorities support disaster preparedness but fear that misinformation about the possibility of Korean attacks will scare tourists and prevent them from visiting the island, according to Hawaiian tourism official spokeswoman Charlene Chan. "The effects of such a decline Will ultimately be felt by residents who depend on the flourishing of tourism to secure their livelihoods. "

    Hawaiians, who already face threats such as storms and hurricanes, are used to disaster preparedness. And now that they are hurricane season, they will probably be ready for an emergency gear with enough food and water for fourteen days.

    Claremont says that Hawaii has investigated about 28 other states' measures against the Korean threat, and the state found that those other states "think it's too early to think about it now."

    But his counterparts in California have continued with him, he says, and have asked for guidance because they are beginning to consider similar efforts.

    Recent analyzes suggest that North Korea will have an effective missile with nuclear warheads capable of hitting the depth of the United States by 2020. But Rodger Baker, North Korea's senior analyst at Stratfor Military Intelligence, based in Austin, Texas, says the problem is not when North Korean missiles will become effective, Vice said.

    In other words, it can be likened to North Korea's ability to wage a full-scale nuclear war with the ability of your friend, who is trying hard to make you listen to the songs he himself recorded at the Song Awards, meaning that we all feel strongly that this will not happen, Are we sure that this is not happening?

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