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Fact sheets outline tips for staying prepared for a missile attack

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The Guam Homeland Security and Office of Civil Defense has published a series of fact sheets outlining how to stay safe and prepare in the event of danger. This comes after the recent threats from North Korea about a possible missile launch near the waters off Guam.

The documents detail what island residents can do to prepare for an imminent missile threat, what sources of information to follow and trust, how to build a plan and home preparedness kit, and shelter in place tips.

Make sure to check back at GHS/OCD's site often for more information, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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