Hawaii reinstates Cold War attack warning system amid N Korea fears

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Hawaii reinstates Cold War attack warning system amid N Korea fears
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The attack warning tone was once an air-raid siren during the Cold War that prompted shelter-in-place exercises. Decades later and with North Korea recently re-designated as a state sponsor of terrorism, HEMA no longer has designated fallout shelters, including ones used during WWII and the Cold War which ended in the early 1990s, because of lack of funding.

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