Bob Mayer: What To Do In Case Of Nuclear Attack (and other important info)

Duck and cover. How many remember that? While many might think it futile, it’s better than doing nothing.

First, a nuclear war probably won’t happen in a vacuum. Keep an eye on the news. Currently the situation between Israel and Iran, or North and South Korea, are the most likely flashpoint for a nuclear exchange. It is more likely there could be a small yield nuclear explosion by terrorists and it will probably be a ‘dirty’ bomb. That means the fallout is more dangerous than the actual explosion, as the fallout will be very radioactive. Port cities are high probability targets for a terrorist nuclear attack via being secreted inside a cargo container.

We have DEFCON levels, which are defense readiness conditions for the Armed Forces.