It is Wednesday, October 24, 1962. You, President John F. Kennedy, are meeting with the Executive Committee of the National Security Council (EXCOMM) trying to resolve the Cuban Missile Crisis. Today you are going to implement a strategy to peacefully get nuclear missiles out of Cuba.

But time is ticking and tensions are high. If you don't solve this by Sunday, the world may be in full-out nuclear war. Each day, as you address the issues that arise, you will need to determine a code to take your next step.

See below for information on today's task and the code it requires. Good luck figuring out a way to get the missiles out of Cuba without starting a war by Sunday!


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