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Day One: President Kennedy is told that the Cubans have ICBM's (InterContinental Ballistic Missile).
Day Two: President Kennedy discusses what he should do about the ICBM's in Cuba.
Day Three: President Kennedy meets with Soviet Foreign and advises him that America will not tolerate Soviet missiles in Cuba. Gromyko denies the presence of any Soviet weaponry in Cuba.
Day Four: JFK meets with the Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara, and the members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to discuss military options.
Day Five: President Kennedy returns to Washington to discuss the discovery of additional Soviet missiles in Cuba.
Day Six: President Kennedy orders a naval blockade of Cuba as soon as possible. The operation is reviewed and approved.
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