It is the year 1983. You are a lieutenant colonel serving in the Soviet Air Defense Forces and in charge of the newly developed early warning system. Within the government, there are growing concerns for the United States' new belligerent foreign policies. On the night of September 26, bright crimson words flash abruptly on the computer screen in front of you, indicating that the United States has launched several intercontinental ballistic missiles. Your job is to swiftly communicate each and every detection to your superiors.
As one of the few people trained in this new technology, your input is highly valued.
What will you do?