North Korea crisis: Alaska reveals nuclear attack plan – ‘DON’T EVACUATE’

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

IF NORTH Korea fires a nuclear missile at Alaska evacuations will not be attempted, warn state emergency planners, amid fears a warhead could reach them in less than 20 minutes.

Wed, Nov 15, 2017

Jeremy Zidek from the disaster planning team urged locals to shelter where they are if an attack happened, rather than risk being caught in the open for the blast.

He also urged families to have an emergency stash of food and water, flashlights and radios, and medical supplies including the anti-radiation pill Prussian Blue.

And while he insisted that Alaska was unlikely to be a target for a nuclear strike, Mr Zidek admitted the state’s defensive facilities could be picked for attack.

Alaska is home to Fort Greely, where the US has interceptor rockets designed to destroy incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

The state also has missile defences at the Pacific Spaceport Complex as well as radar warning systems at Clear Air Force Station.

Mr Zidek said: “We have the missile defence system here.

“We have missiles and radars in number of different locations.

“Perhaps there would be some type of attack on those military facilities to try to hinder our ability to react to any missile launches.”

Mr Zidek also warned Alaska no longer retains bomb shelters and that there would be no new measures to deal specifically with the nuclear threat.

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