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Honolulu Civil Beat
This is the screen that set off the ballistic missile alert on Saturday. The operator clicked the PACOM (CDW) State Only link. The drill link is the one that was supposed to be clicked.
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Honolulu Civil Beat 15 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
The BMD False Alarm link is the added feature to prevent further mistakes
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Per Axbom 16 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
Does anyone know what the title says?
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Honolulu Civil Beat 16 Jan 18
Replying to @axbom
Hawaii Emergency Management wouldn't display the rest of the screen due to security reasons
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Ron Korving 16 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
Is this one of the many jokes that have been popping up or is this actually real??
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Honolulu Civil Beat 16 Jan 18
Replying to @ronkorving
This is real. Provided by the Office of the Governor in Hawaii.
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Honolulu Civil Beat 16 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
Now the State of Hawaii is saying the original screenshot shared with the media is merely an example and has shared a second image saying it is another example of the user interface. Neither screenshot shows the actual interface used by the operator.
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Dean Spagnoli 15 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
Perfect. This even looks like a screen shot from “War Games”. Hey PACOM, 1983 called, it wants it cutting edge technology back!
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Nikolai Hampton 16 Jan 18
Joshua? Is that you?
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Julie Sprague 15 Jan 18
Replying to @CivilBeat
Maybe separate screen for MISSILE alert?!!!!
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Anthony Lee 16 Jan 18
Or a screen that says "OMG! Is there really an inbound missile? Cancel Cancel Cancel Yes Cancel Cancel Cancel"...
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