The Wall Street Journal: Hawaii adopts emergency plan for North Korea missile attack

Hawaiian officials are adopting the motto of better safe than sorry when it comes to the threat of a nuclear weapons attack.

The state is potentially on the front-line to aggression from North Korea. On Friday, officials with the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency rolled out a public awareness campaign aimed at educating people on how to respond to an attack.

For some, the campaign may recall the “duck and cover” drills of the 1950s in various locations across the U.S. following the then Soviet Union’s development of a nuclear arsenal. The Hawaii campaign will include public service announcements and steps that can be taken at short notice, including evacuation drills for school students.

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