Deadly delay: Every second counts in missile defense – The Hill (blog)


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Deadly delay: Every second counts in missile defense
The Hill (blog)
Earlier this month, many in Hawaii experienced 38 minutes of fear and uncertainty, the amount of time that elapsed before the public learned a ballistic missile attack warning message had been issued in error. Officials attributed it to human error
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