The administration of the Guam island has published a guide to action in the event of a potential nuclear attack by the DPRK, the US media reported on Wednesday.
This week, the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea reported that the experts of the strategic command of the DPRK armed forces are currently seriously considering the operational plan for striking at US military bases on the island of Guam.
The Government of Guam published a guide to action, despite the fact that the island’s governor ignored the warning from the DPRK.
“Do not look at a flash or a globular lightning – they can blind you, hide behind anything that can protect,” the guide says.
“Take off your clothes to prevent radioactive substances from spreading, removing outer clothing will help get rid of 90% of the radioactive materials,” says the surviving councils.
In turn, the Pentagon has prepared a special plan, which provides for a pre-emptive strike at the launch sites of missiles in the territory of the DPRK.
At the same time, the authorities of Guam assured that the island is reliably protected from the North Korean missile threat.
Thus, the adviser to the Governor of Guam on internal security, George Charfaurus, said on Wednesday that the chances that the anti-missile complexes THAAD deployed on Guam will not be able to protect the island in the case of a North Korean missile strike are practically zero.