Officials alter state plans to reflect larger nuke tested by N. Korea
By William Cole firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 22, 2017
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A public forum regarding the potential nuclear threat to Hawaii posed by North Korea was held Friday at the state Capitol. Answering questions from the public were Hawaii Emergency Management Agency administrator Vern Miyagi, right; Toby Claremont, Hawaii executive officer for the agency; Maj. Gen. Joe Logan, state adjutant general and agency director; Lt. Col. Al Sato, Hawaii National Guard’s 93rd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team commander; and Capt. Sean Cripps, the unit’s nuclear officer.