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Troops on U.S. nuclear missile base took LSDOne airman said he felt paranoia. Air Force records obtained by the Associated Press show they bought, distributed and used the hallucinogen LSD and other mind-altering illegal drugs as part of a ring that operated undetected for months on a highly secure military base in Wyoming.A slipup on social media by one airman enabled investigators to crack the drug ring at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in March 2016, details of which are reported here for the first time."I felt paranoia, panic" for hours after taking a hit of acid, Ashworth said under oath at his court martial. He confessed to using LSD three times while off duty. It's unclear how long before being on duty any of the airmen had taken LSD, which stands for lysergic acid diethylamide.Air Force investigators found those implicated in the F.E. Warren drug ring used LSD on base and off, at least twice at outdoor gatherings.Most of the airmen involved were members of two related security units at F.E. Warren – the 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron and the 90th Security Forces Squadron.
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