Aflague remembers similar threats when he lived in Guam.
Its state-run news agency reported that North Korea's army "will complete its plan to hit Guam before mid-August".
North Korea has spelled out its plan to launch a volley of ballistic missiles towards Guam, but Mr Hale said: "It's pretty much been a normal day". "Some Guam residents told reporters that they anxious what might happen if North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, were actually to follow through".
Day says her mother, who lives on Guam and was a child during World War II, is particularly anxious.
Growing up on an island where destroyers were common sightings and Air Force demonstrations casual entertainment, Ken Villo knew how strategically important Guam was to the USA military's presence in the Pacific.
"We're very concerned about the news but we've been given assurance by the local government, primarily through Governor Eddie Calvo, that he is working with the military to ensure that the safety of all the residents are the utmost priority", Analista said.
"Ignorance is the greatest threat of all. hence. the NYT is a far greater threat than either of these".
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Another Twitter reader tweeted a gif of a mushroom cloud with the mocking caption: "But. but. what about climate change?!"
The church is an influential force on the island, where the vast majority of residents are Catholic, and the Archdiocese of Agana - the capital of Guam, also known as Hagatna - has advised residents to "look to God during these hard times when world peace is threatened".
"Everybody's in panic mode", she said.
"Basically, we established a quick communication network which is the first thing that we have to put in place so that we will be able to warn them (Filipinos) about the impending threat", he said.
"Experts say North Korea's missile threat is not credible".
The escalation has had at least one positive effect: Guam natives Shawn Camacho and Shawn Naputi, who run the Mission District restaurant Prubechu, which serves cuisine of Guam, said heightened attention to the American island has noticeably increased business this week. "We just leave it up to the military".