Alarmed by North Korea's latest missile tests and claims that its newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) can carry a large nuclear warhead, Ward believes it is time to refurbish the tunnels as civilian shelters in case of a North Korean attack.
"We've had wake-up calls before but what happened on July 3 is shaking us out of bed," said Ward, referring to Pyongyang's latest missile test.
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By Karin Stanton and Jill Burke KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii/WILLOW, Alaska, July 6 (Reuters) - D isused military tunnels snake beneath the crater of Diamond Head, out of sight of the tourists lounging near the volcano on Waikiki Beach but very much on the mind of Gene Ward, a state representative from Honolulu.
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Some experts on Northeast Asian political and security issues believe political leaders and the media have been too quick to qualify North Korea as a nuclear power, questioning whether it can genuinely delivery a functional nuclear warhead with accuracy or whether North Korea would risk certain U. "The milestone is that Americans seem to believe that North Korea can hit the U. homeland, whereas up until now it was all theoretical and potential," Roy said. "I'm not building a bunker yet, but we definitely have to stay vigilant," said Reece Bonham, 24, a retail manager in the city of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The strenuous eleven-mile Kalalau Trail winds along this rugged coastline, providing the only land access to legendary Kalalau Valley.
The trail and facilities are rugged; some eroded areas are very narrow over cliffs that are hundreds of feet high.
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