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NRW rockets can arrive in Guam in 14 mins, says on the ground
When North Korea launches a rocket towards Guam, it would take them about 14 min. to get to the isle, said Guam Homeland Security spokesperson Jenna Gaminde. It said that the inhabitants would be immediately alerted by the 15 All-Hazards Alert Warning System Siren, which are situated in low-lying areas throughout the Isle. Nordkorea declared Thursday that the country has a detailled rocket attack schedule near Guam with four medium haulballistics.
"Our agency will be informed by the army and will use all means of bulk communications to get the word out," Gaminde said. She said that the use of cutting-edge technology, such as the communal, mayor and community service, would be used to spread information. "When you listen to the siren, turn on the TV, printed matter and wireless for further instructions," Gaminde said.
DPRK said under the scheme, four Hwasong-12 missiles would be flying over Shimane, Hiroshima and Koichi counties in Japan and hit water 19 to 25 nautical mile off the isle, the Associated Press said. It could be sent to Kim Jong Un for clearance within a fortnight. The reigning Mariana Joint Region Executive Secretary for Government Relations, Greg Kuntz, said the island's armed forces continue to carry out routine North Korean missions.
Both locals and government said there was no shift in the threats and all surgeries will proceed as usual. He said that nothing has happened to the Marianas Joint Region's communication processes between the army and their families. Government Eddie Calvo and Guam Homeland Security Advisor George Charfauros on Wednesday noted the defenses in the area, such as the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence, or THAAD, rocket system deployed on Andersen Air Force Base on a permanent basis.
A North Korean informal spokesperson in Japan said to ABC Radio Australia in October 2006 that Guam, Japan and Hawaii were possible destinations if the United Nations imposed stricter penalties on North Korea. Guam Chamber of Commerce Armed Forces Committee member Carl Peterson, Chairman of Money Resources Inc. said he trusted the U.S. military's defensive capability.
US tenseness with North Korea and its ambition to get a nuke have been a concern for the last four Presidential Administrations, Peterson noted. Trump's public speaking of North Korea has triggered off some criticisms. Shawn Raymundo reports on the area' s policies and its legislature.