CNNWaPo: Emails detail how senior US military officers dealt with Hawaii's false missile alertCNN(CNN) After a false missile threat alert from Hawaii's government, top US senior military officers began discussing how to better handle such a threat if it were real, according to emails obtained by The Washington Post. On Saturday, January 13, an ...Emails detail how senior US military officers grappled with false Hawaii missile alertWashington Post'Not a lot of blind panic' after Hawaii missile alert sent, UD researcher saysThe News Journalall 4 news articles »

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    After a false missile threat alert from Hawaii's government, top US senior military officers began discussing how to better handle such a threat if it were real, according to emails obtained by The Washington Post. On Saturday, January 13, an emergency alert notification was sent out to Hawaii ...
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