Couple of disc jockeys said that even if they do, there probably will not be any weapons on it . And if there were, like the people who were interviewed said, there's not much we can do.Residents are confident the U.S. military is taking measures to protect Hawaii, especially given that the state's Pearl Harbor was attacked in World War II. Maj. Gen. Robert G.F. Lee, who as Hawaii's adjutant general directs the state's Army and Air National Guard, says Hawaiian residents and tourists aren't in danger. "I'd encourage visitors to visit our state," he says. "You will not be at risk."