This is difficult, Americans who grew up during the Cold War were trained in schools what to do and where to go in the event of nuclear and atomic bombs. I remember that training VIVIDLY and while I believe it important it is frightening and frustrating to think that while the Cold War has been over for decades we are potentially going backwards and have to train our kids what to do if a bomb is dropped and where the nearest and newest bomb shelter is. All of the bomb shelters that were operational back in the 50s thru to the early 80s have either been destroyed or repurposed. My elementary school didn't have one but the Catholic school up the hill did so during school bomb drills we had to run up the street to the Catholic school until we received the "all clear". Do we really want to put out kids through that again?